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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- JAVA which stands for justice, accountability and victim advocacy held their first of many meetings Saturday at Faith United Methodist Church Saturday morning.
FWPD Community Relations Department gave a short presentation then answered questions from the audience.
Tim Smith, candidate for mayor, also attended sharing his vision for the city.
"I would like to invite the entire community to come out. the more people that we have, the better. we're trying to serve everyone, and people need to know how they can make Fort Wayne safer," Co-Founder of JAVA Amy Davis said.
The next meeting will be November 3rd AT Calvary Methodist Church on Airport Expressway.
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