One of the Strategic Initiatives adopted by the Stockton City Council to reduce crime and increase public safety is the Marshall Plan. The Stockton City Council held a Special Meeting and Study Session to discuss the development of the plan on January 31, 2012. The Marshall Plan Committee met throughout 2012 and held a symposium for community leaders on February 8, 2013.
For additional information about the Marshall Plan on Crime, please read our brochure and plan to attend one of the scheduled Town Hall Meetings.
Marshall Plan on Crime Town Hall Meetings
The Stockton City Council will hold Town Hall Meetings to discuss the two biggest obstacles to Stockton's recovery: bankruptcy and crime levels. Please plan to attend, ask questions and share your ideas. Print a flyer with a schedule of all the meetings.
Meeting dates and locations are as follows:
- May 16 - 6 p.m. - Councilmember Holman (District 1)
- Julia Morgan Elementary School, 3777 A. G. Spanos Blvd.
- May 22 - 6 p.m. - Councilmember Burgos (District 5)
- Stribley Community Center, 1760 E. Sonora St.
- May 23 - 6 p.m. - Vice Mayor Canepa (District 3)
- Siefert Community Center, 128 W. Benjamin Holt Dr.
- June 12 - 6 p.m. - Councilmember Miller (District 2)
- Clairmont Elementary School, 8282 Le Mans Ave.
- June 13 - 6 p.m. - Councilmember (District 6)
- Van Buskirk Community Center, 734 Houston Ave.
- June 20 - 6 p.m. - Councilmember Zapien (District 4)
Stockton Empire Theatre, 1825 Pacific Ave.
- Reunión de la comunidad en español - Marshall Plan para combatir el crimen
St. Gertrude, 1663 E. Main Street, el miércoles, 26 Junio, 2013, a las 6 de la tarde.
- Marshall Plan on Crime Town Hall Meeting Spanish Presentation
- St. Gertrude's Church, 1663 E. Main, Wednesday, June 26, 6p
The Marshall Plan Project Report on Public Safety was presented at the April 2, 2013, City Council Meeting. The Council has directed City staff to:
- Facilitate community meetings to discuss the Report recommendations and solicit citizen input,
- Properly budget in Fiscal Year 2013-14 for the continuation of Ceasefire and the Marshall Plan Committee discussions, and
- After receiving community input, the City Manager is to return to Council with final recommendations and a financing plan for implementation that is in coordination with the City's bankruptcy negotiations.
- Marshall Plan Project Report - City Council Agenda Item 15.01 (124 page PDF file)
Marshall Plan Symposium
On February 8, 2013, a Symposium was held to provide a report of the work of the Marshall Plan Committee and introduce recommendations made. A written report will be presented to the City Council at the end of February. Links to information presented are provided below:
- Marshall Plan Overview (34 page PDF)
- California Partnership for Safe Communities (24 page PDF)
- Stockton Police Department, Chief Eric Jones (16 page PDF)
- Marshall Plan Recommendations (50 pages PDF)
- Stockton Violence Reduction Plan Recommendations Handout (1 page PDF)
- Stockton Violence Reduction Plan New Initiatives Handout (1 page PDF)
Marshall Plan Initiative
- Marshall Plan Stakeholder Committee Convened
- Marshall Plan Strategic Initiative Work Plan (Item 6.01, Special City Council Meeting of May 17, 2011)
- Mayor Ann Johnston, Marshall Plan OpEd, The Record, January 8, 2012
- Special City Council Meeting Agenda, January 31, 2012 - Agenda Item 3.02, Marshall Plan Project on Public Safety
- Marshall Plan Committee List (as-of January 31, 2012)
- Criminal Justice System Summary (flow chart illustration)
- City Council Meeting Agenda, February 7, 2012 - Agenda Item 15.01, Contract for Consultant Services to Support the Marshall Plan Project on Public Safety
- Marshall Plan on Public Safety Update and "Project Ceasefire" - News Release, September 24, 2012
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 6/18/2013