Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell thinks that the perception of crime is "worse than ever," in part thanks to recent iPhone thefts and other petty crimes. He plans to explore that discussion with Atlantans during a "Twitter Chat," which will take place tonight at 5 p.m.
"Monday's Twitter Chat is an invitation from me for anyone on Twitter to participate in an open exchange about how we can all work together to reduce crimes that rob us of our basic quality of life," Mitchell said in a Facebook post.
Here's an example:
@ceasarcmitchell How do you intend to change the perception of Atlanta being a high crime area? #CeasarChatsCrime
- Keisha Kuma(@authorkckuma) May 20, 2013
@ceasarcmitchell what programs are u implementing to discourage youth from committing serious crimes? #ceasarchatscrime
- Razzle B. Dazzle (@rallo07) May 20, 2013
And one more for good measure:
@ceasarcmitchell is there a way for local crime prevention groups to work w/ ATL Police? If so, how can groups get help? #ceasarchatscrime
- Damali S. (@hi_7hills) May 20, 2013
You can follow the entire conversation with the #CeasarChatsCrime hash tag.
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