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Martha Rubin's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Lyle Bickley
28:52
Good Morning, Lyle Bickley, Bickley Consulting West
Ying L
29:08
Ying Liu, Bullis Booster Club (Bullis Charter School PTO)
Laura Casas
29:27
Good Morning! Laura Casas, Foothhill - De Anza CCD
Greg Coladonato
29:29
Good morning, Greg Coladonato, Repair Cafe Mountain View, retired Mountain View Whisman School Board Trustee
Martha Rubin
29:59
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Heather Schomaker
32:53
Good morning! I'm with the Wheelchair Foundation representing our From The Heart schools program. www.wheelchairfoundation.org/FTH
Victoria BurtonBurke
35:00
It appears that child abuse and neglect may be increasing. Has your jurisdiction seen this?
Gay Krause
37:33
Gay Krause, Krause Center for Innovation and Chair Challenge Team
Norma OConnell
37:53
Good morning. Norma O'Connell, Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety
Nisreen Younis
40:13
What triggers a home visit by an officer? Does a social worker accompany the officer?
Catherine Vonnegut
40:20
how is gang activity?
Carol Rhoads
40:44
Can you .please tell us about the role and numbers of of SROs, and whether they are funded by the schools or the city
Claudia Hevel
41:50
Have you changed any policies and procedures due to the racial justice movement?
Aila Malik
43:02
Echo Claudia question--and adding, how can we support you all as a community ?
Ying L
44:49
Has there been any data for cyber crimes? Such as identify theft, transaction fraud, racial or bully-related?
Aila Malik
45:59
Oct 10 is World Mental Health Day!
Armando Ramos
47:19
Good morning everyone, Armando Espitia Lieutenant at MVPD. I oversee our youth services unit and SRO'S. Home visits can be proactive to check in on a student or follow up, they can be collaborative in working with school staff, and often parents call us and ask us to speak with their child as they are having difficulties with them, the child is not wanting to go to school, etc.
Armando Ramos
48:09
We have three SRO'S and they are funded by the Police Department/City of Mountain View.
Chris Hsiung
49:16
With regard to our efforts on race, equity and inclusion, you can learn more about our changes in policy, use of force, and more here: https://www.mountainview.gov/depts/police/department_at_a_glance.asp
linda lenoir
51:23
Lieutenant Ramos do you have the Parent Project program for schools in Mt View/Los Altos? thanks
Armando Ramos
55:00
Good morning Linda. We've been asked to do talks on certain topics. we also
Nellie Meyer
55:09
We are thankful for the positive relationships that have been established via our SROs. We are having conversations planned to discuss student perspectives and have already shared information regarding the supportive role they play on campus.
Armando Ramos
55:56
Sorry. We also participate in El Cafecito in partnership with MVHS. We did several presentations with MVHS ELL classes over the last two weeks.
Armando Ramos
57:52
We'd be happy to discuss how we can further partner with you/the Parent Project Linda. My email is Armando.espitia@mountainview.gov
Chris Hsiung
58:23
More info on our stats, services, units (like cyber crime) can be found in our just released 2019 MVPD annual report: https://www.mountainview.gov/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?BlobID=33177
Fiona Walter
01:04:29
To Chief Galea, since LAPD’s SRO covers 16 schools across K-12, can you talk about the age- (grade-level) specific training this person receives? Thank you!
Michael Jimenez
01:05:13
Sorry I’m late. We had a staff meeting this morning. Michael JimenezPrincipal
Michael Jimenez
01:05:23
MVHS
Huong Vo, Student Services Coordinator (she, her, & hers)
01:05:30
Hi everyone, sorry I’m late. This is Huong from MVLA.
Nisreen Younis
01:07:10
How many schools do the 3 MVPD SROs work with? Are they stationed at any particular campus, or like Los Altos PD, respond when requested? It sounds like Los Altos uses an "on call" model of school policing?
Trudy Palmer
01:08:24
Trudy Palmer SELPA 1 CAC, Mental Health Subcommittee & Parent Chat (monthly support group for parents concerned about the emotional stability of their teens)
MVPD Youth Services Unit
01:08:55
To clarify, the new DARE model provides lessons for kids in grades K-12. DARE school is a two week school (80 hours) for police officers. In addition, we attend an SRO School which is also two weeks (80 hours).
April Kihara
01:08:58
will trick or treating be permitted with social distances requirements followed? We live in the Bentley Square Private neighborhood and wanted to have a parade also with balls etc as precaution
linda lenoir
01:10:12
SCCBH has many free mental health trainings the police can access as well.
Geoff Chang
01:12:54
Can the chiefs comment on how they view the role of PD and the DA in assisting with school re-engagement/attendance efforts?
Martha Rubin
01:13:29
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lucas
01:13:40
Lucas Ramirez, Mountain View City Councilmember
Aila Malik
01:13:52
Aila Malik, MV Community Member and Nonprofit Consultant
lucas
01:13:54
& League of Women Voters :)
Kristine Crosby
01:14:29
Kristine Crosby, Recreation Manager for the City of Mountain View
Aila Malik
01:14:54
yay!
Emily Ann Ramos
01:15:19
Emily Ann Ramos, Mountain View Rental Housing Committee
Joy Hernandez
01:15:21
Joy Hernandez, National Center for Youth Law
Tarri Ryan
01:15:25
Tarri Ryan, Library Services Manager Youth and Outreach, MV Public Library
Laura Teksler
01:17:16
Laura Teksler, MVLA Board Candidate/LAHS PTSA EVP
Laura Teksler
01:17:34
Can we get a copy of Joanna & Darya’s slides?
Grace Mah
01:17:54
Grace Mah, Santa Clara County School Board Member
Darya Larizadeh
01:18:01
Yes. Happy to share our slides.
Martha Rubin
01:18:25
thank you
Gay Krause
01:18:28
Thank you for the slides we can put them on our website-Mail4CTweb
linda lenoir
01:20:59
Would be good to know what is being done to change the suspensions to other more effective ways of working with these students.
Gay Krause
01:25:39
Please sign in if you have not done so-we’re missing about 40 people signing in as I loosely count them. Thanks!
margaretsmac
01:26:36
Margaret Capriles, Mtn View EPC and League of Women Voters
Vianni Garcia
01:27:08
Vianni Garcia, Law Program Site Manager, Fresh Lifelines for Youth
Max Bosel
01:27:11
MVPD arrests on Mountain View HS Campus:
Kate McGregor
01:27:20
Kate McGregor, Director of Education, Computer History Museum, Mountain View
Max Bosel
01:28:16
2017...1 arrest, adult. 2018...1 arrest, juvenile for assault. 2019...1 arrest, 18year old for burglary.
Alba Garza
01:29:05
Alba Garza, Community Resources Coordinator, Alta Vista High School
linda lenoir
01:30:33
The more recent research shows we need to look at ACE’s to see how this affects our students behavior, academic performance and their mental health. They need supportive programs rather than discipline. Boston Children’s hospital has a great course on Trauma informed practices which can be found at pediatrics.org, click on their TAP courses.
Laura Teksler
01:38:46
Very informative presentation. When districts remove SROs off campuses how do we ensure police that do come on campus are well trained
Laura Teksler
01:39:20
in interacting with youth
Julie Cates
01:39:58
Hello Everyone! Such critical conversations so needed at this time. Julie Cates, League of Women Voters
Judy Crates
01:41:42
These are eye-opening statistics. Your data is youth-focused, as it should be. But in order to impact these stats, don’t we need a more holistic approach that includes including/impacting family and neighborhood? The SROs are one piece of the puzzle.
Peter Landsberger
01:41:59
Excellent points, Aila. Also relevant is that police are funded locally and schools by the State so 'reallocation' is problematic
Christa Gannon
01:42:31
Darya can you share the national statistics you provided about the resource investments in nurses, social workers etc vs law enforcement? I didn't capture it fast enough :)
Darya Larizadeh
01:44:05
o 1.7 million students are in school with police but no counseloro 3 million students are in schools with police but no nurseso 6 million students are in schools with police but no psychologisto 10 million students are in schools with police but no social workersAmerican Civil Liberties Union, “Cops and No Counselors, How the Lack of Mental Health Staff is Harming Students,” (2020), Amir Whitaker, Sylvia Torres-Guillen, Michelle Morton, Harold Jordan, Stephanie Coyle, https://www.aclu.org/report/cops-and-no-counselors;
Christa Gannon
01:47:41
Thank you so much Darya!
Aila Malik
01:47:47
I appreciate @Nellie Meyer's comments...Equity is an issue that we all need to take accountability for and participoate in
Karin Bricker
01:48:11
Missed any of the League candidate forums? Check out our YouTube recordings at lwvlamv.org and click on our elections page.
linda lenoir
01:48:42
Great presentation! Very informative, we can use to look at our priorities and how to take action steps.
Trudy Palmer
01:49:47
I had a panel talk about students with disabilities and the higher percentage of those youth being in the juv
Trudy Palmer
01:50:01
oops
Aila Malik
01:50:26
My HS son said "these days if we are old enough to tweet, we are old enough to vote" --Gen Z
Laura Teksler
01:50:52
LAHS has an excellent Civics teacher - Seth Donnelly and might have tips for making it interesting to students
Trudy Palmer
01:51:46
juvenile justice system. I was working with a judge who dealt with juvenile justice, along with FLY and a couple of other agencies. I can dig up the info & give it to you, Gay.
Kate McGregor
01:51:58
Hi all! I wanted to share that the Computer History Museum just released some really cool content about the 2020 election and technology past and present related to voting, campaigning and elections. You can check it out here: https://computerhistory.org/election-2020/ There are two more live virtual events coming up, a high school discussion guide, a timeline of technology relating to politics and elections, and our CHM Teen Alumni will be publishing a blog in October about perspectives from first time voters! Please contact me if you'd like to discuss or connect or partner in any way! kmcgregor@computerhistory.org
Kate McGregor
01:52:41
Correction: One more virtual event!
Cynthia Kapphahn
01:52:42
All the adolescent medicine doctors at LPCH got lanyards with voting cards on with a QR code that our patients and parents can scan to see if they are registered and how they can sign up. If you want one, you can get it at vot-er.org/kit or @Vot_ER_org
Laura Casas
01:54:38
Please Vote!
Aila Malik
01:54:51
Thanks All-great meeting.
Lisa McLain
01:55:44
LWV Candidate Forums and Pros and Cons; https://www.lwvlamv.org/election-events-for-november-3rd/
Carol Rhoads
01:55:56
Thank you to Darya and Joanna and to the chiefs for illuminating these critical issues.
Nisreen Younis
01:55:58
La Raza Lawyers of Santa Clara County Charitable Foundation - Scholarship Dinner:
Trudy Palmer
01:55:59
Parent Chat is next Tuesday, October 15th from 10 to 11:30 am with Google Meet. Email me for info
Nisreen Younis
01:56:10
www.eventbrite.com/e/23rd-anniversary-la-raza-lawyers-scholarship-awards-tickets-119393564365
Kate McGregor
01:56:47
CHM High School Discusison Guide: https://computerhistory.org/election-2020/discussion-guide-high-school/ Please connect with me!
Matt Savage
01:56:49
Thanks Everyone! if you need to contact Supervisor Simitian's office for any reason, please call (408) 299-5050 or email me at matt.savage@bos.sccgov.org
Lisa McLain
01:56:59
Vote Early
Fiona Walter
01:57:00
Thanks, All!
Priscila Bogdanic, MVWSD
01:58:20
Thank you