Nashville Public Defender’s Office Creates ‘Client Advisory Board’

The Metro Nashville Public Defender’s Office has made plans for a Client Advisory Board, an initiative to create open communication with the community and provide the office with feedback, the Nashville Scene reports. “Our goals for the Board include providing consistent feedback about office services; serving as a sounding board for office initiatives; and helping design, execute and evaluate office programs, all from a client perspective,” said Public Defender Dawn Deaner. The first meeting of the board is expected to be in August.
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