The Loveland Police Department (LPD) will be hosting a remote Town Hall for the public from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday (June 30).

According to a press release from the City of Loveland, LPD's Police Chief Bob Ticer and other department heads will be present to educate Loveland residents about local police practices.

The group will also speak about police training, professional standards, accreditation, and use of force.

The public will be able to ask questions and give their own ideas to the LPD.

"Our department over the past several years has undertaken many measures that directly address some of the issues that have risen to national prominence recently," said Chief Ticer in the release. "We would like the people of Loveland to learn about some of the things we have done in the past, and to give them an opportunity to contribute to a community conversation about steps that can be taken in the future."

The Town Hall will be broadcast live on Comcast channel 16 and streamed virtually here. 

You can submit questions to the LPD in advance by emailing, or you can ask questions live during the session by calling +1-669-900-6833.

If you choose to call, use the following meeting ID to enter: 976 2332 8965#.

99.9 The Point logo
Enter your number to get our free mobile app

Northern Colorado Law Enforcement K-9 Dogs


More From 99.9 The Point