The Rev. Henry Brown and Mothers United Against Violence will host an unsolved homicides community forum on Tuesday. Panelists include Brown,
city Police Chief James Rovella Hartford police Lt. Brian Foley, head of the major crimes division, and Hartford State’s Attorney Gail P. Hardy.
The forum will highlight what police are doing to solve homicides, what the community and elected officials can do to help and what resources are available for grieving families.
“We’re asking the public to come and bring a voice for the call to action,” Brown said Monday. “We want them to question the police chief and the state’s attorney to see what they can do to bring about change.”
Tuesday’s forum runs from 5 to 7 p.m. at 2550 Main St.