Community Classroom is an interactive educational session for citizens, age 16 and up, which is taught by local police officers. The sessions are designed to provide education and insight into the various aspects of police work specific to the Salisbury community. This classroom will focus on police-citizen interactions during traffic stops.
No agendas or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the officers in your neighborhood during your dinner.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT the Salisbury City Council will hold a Special Meeting Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. for Council to receive presentations from Boards and Commissions.
The Salisbury Police Department has reinstated its popular ride-along program that allows civilians to shadow a police officer. In 2017, the program was temporarily suspended in order for recruit officers to train with veteran officers in an accommodating and conducive work environment. Now that the department is fully staffed, Lt. Joe Miller requested that the program be reinstated for the police department.
The City of Salisbury and Downtown Salisbury, Inc. will host the 2019 North Carolina Main Street’s annual three-day conference from Tuesday, March 12 to Thursday, March 14. The conference theme is centered on the foundation of a solid Main Street program integrating a combination of time, talent, and money arranged like a well-run production, that generates measurable downtown revitalization results.
Mark Drye is a senior management analyst for the City of Salisbury Finance Department. Mark has worked with the city for over 22 years. In addition to his current role as an analyst, Mark also co-manages the Salisbury Customer Service Department.