A Zoom event by The DC Center for the LGBT Community and the DC Department on Aging and Community Living (DACL)
Please join us on Saturday, April 17th at 3pm ET for a special event brought to you by The DC Center’s seniors program (Center Aging) and DACL. Brett Parson (law enforcement consultant and Reserve DC police officer) and Officer Desirée Walker (current member of MPD’s LGBT Liaison Unit) will join us in discussion about their careers in Law Enforcement, their work in the LGBTQ+ and other marginalized communities, contemporary issues involving Law Enforcement (Implicit Bias, Use of Force, Defund the Police), and the recent attacks on the U.S. Capitol as well as ongoing threats. For more information please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!
Additionally, we would like to send $50 Uber Eats gift cards to a limited number of attendees (via the registration link above) to help folks enjoy the event. To qualify for a gift card, you must be a senior (60+) and DC resident.
Brett A. Parson, Consultant/Trainer/Speaker & Reserve MPD Officer
Brett, whose Law Enforcement career spanned 3 decades, is currently working to help reform the profession of Policing. This event is an opportunity to learn what is being done, as well as make your voice heard by someone who is involved in the work of shaping the future of Policing.
MPD Officer Desirée Walker
As a current member of the LGBT Liaison Unit, Desirée likes to keep the community informed and let them know the Unit is available to answer any questions or concerns. During her career, she has worked in Narcotics and Special Investigations, Nightlife, LGBTQ+, and more recently she was on the Inauguration Planning Committee for the 2021 Inauguration of President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
We hope you will join and invite others to this important event and discussion!