Bay Area FBI Community Briefings Roundtable – San Mateo

In response to the recent community outreach efforts of the FBI and the US Attorney’s office, in partnership with the Asian American Foundation (TAAF) and our federal, state, and local law enforcement partners, the San Mateo City Mayor and Police Chief will host a San Mateo Roundtable, presented by the FBI on September 11 in partnership with CLUSA, TAAF, and SFCAUSE. We picked this date because 9/11 has a special meaning to all Americans regarding public safety and hate crime.

OBJECTIVES of the San Mateo Roundtable: As part of the Bay Area community outreach effort, the SM roundtable aims to:

Provide the Federal & regional perspectives from the FBI on Public Safety
Build trust and relationships by reaching out to San Mateo Community & faith-based leaders
Provide a mutual listening opportunity with follow-up actions.

The roundtable format will feature selected public safety topics presented by the FBI, followed by a facilitated open dialogue in a roundtable discussion.

Date | Time: Monday, September 11th | 5: 30 PM – 7: 00 PM


5:00 – 5:30 PM Light refreshments & networking
5:30 – 5:45 PM Welcome remarks and acknowledging government dignitaries, partners & media
5:45 – 6:15 PM Presentation by the FBI
6:15 – 6:45 PM Roundtable discussion
6:45 – 7:00 PM Wrap up with recommended actions & group pictures

Location: The San Mateo City Police Headquarter Community Meeting Room | 200 Franklin Pkwy, San Mateo, CA 94403

Light refreshments: Will be served at 5:00 P.M.

Seating for the meeting is limited, and priority will be given to San Mateo County (SMC) law enforcement partners, government officials from the city, county, and state, community and faith-based leaders, SMC API Taskforce members, and guests from our partners in the Bay Area.

Please register through EVENTBRITE to reserve your seat now.


Civic Leadership USA (CLUSA)

The Asian American Foundation (TAAF)

San Francisco Community Alliance For Unity, Safety, and Education (SFCAUSE)


San Mateo City Mayor, Amourence Lee

San Mateo Police Chief, Ed Barberini


FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation-San Francisco


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