Issues & Ales: Crime in the Greater Birmingham Area

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There’s a perception that crime is on the rise in and around Birmingham. What’s really happening? Is fear changing our behavior and affecting relationships in our communities? How can Birmingham and surrounding communities work to reduce violent crime? Join us on Thursday, March 10 for “Issues and Ales: Crime in the Greater Birmingham Area.” Local law enforcement officials and community members will discuss crime and brainstorm solutions.

When: Thursday, March 10, 2016

Where: Workplay, 500 23rd Street S., Birmingham, AL 35233

Time: Doors open at 5:30, program starts at 6 p.m.

 

Panelists inlcude:

Greg’s Hotdogs and WorkPlay will have food and beverages for sale!

Photo by Alan Cleaver

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