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St. Louis Crime Commission members named

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ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay has named 15 people who will serve on the City’s Crime Commission.

The 15 commissioners will serve as citizen experts for two years on the PIER Plan. During the next two years, the commissioners will provide “additional level of oversight and expertise as the City implements its comprehensive PIER Plan,” according to press release.

The PIER Plan is a comprehensive crime plan that targets the most dangerous neighborhoods in St. Louis.

“Commissioners will provide expertise from their fields, monitor implementation of programs and policies, identify non-traditional partners to engage, and provide feedback and input on updates and strategies,” the press release read. “Commissioners also will seek input from aldermen, the Circuit Attorney’s Office, state court judges, federal law enforcement officials, and the state Attorney General’s Office.

Below is a list of the 15 members of the City’s Crime Commission:

  • Dr. Kelvin Adams, St. Louis Public Schools
  • Mack Bradley, Standpoint Public Affairs
  • James Clark, Better Family Life
  • Bridget Flood, Incarnate Word Foundation
  • Bruce Franks, 28 to Life
  • Erica Henderson, Promise Zone Director
  • Beth Huebner, UMSL Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice
  • Ginger Imster, Arch Grants
  • Rod Jones, Grace Hill
  • Missy Kelley, Downtown STL, Inc.
  • Whitfield Montgomery, St. Louis Public Schools
  • Carrie Pettus-Davis, Washington University School of Social Work
  • Nedim Ramic, Bajric & Ramic Law Office
  • Joe Walsh, St. Louis Cardinals
  • Joe Yancey, Places for People

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