From the Cambridge Police Department, April 10, 2017: The Cambridge Police Department’s 2017 Neighborhood Sergeants Program kicks off with a community meeting for Cambridgeport residents at 6 p.m. April 19 at the Cambridge Public Library’s Central Square Branch, 45 Pearl St.

The meeting will focus on policing in a sanctuary city, and on immigrant and refugee rights. Neighborhood Sgt. Casey McGrath will be joined by police command staff; Nancy Schlacter, executive director of the Cambridge Human Rights Commission; and Brian Corr, executive director of the Cambridge Peace Commission.

Residents will also have a chance to share concerns and ask questions related to public safety matters.

For information about the sergeants assigned to each Cambridge neighborhood, click here.

In addition to the sergeants meetings, officers and police staff are joining Department of Human Services workers on a door-to-door campaign on five Wednesday nights in April and May to visit housing developments throughout the city to meet with residents, provide them with resources and information, and address questions and concerns.