New GPO Concerning Interactions with Transgender, Intersex, and Gender Non-conforming Individuals

The City of Cleveland recently proposed a new General Police Order to provide clarity to officers on how to interact with transgender, intersex, and gender non-conforming (TIGN) individuals.
 
The Community Police Commission has, for the past few years, recommended that the City adopt such a policy, as it is necessary to improve the relationship between Cleveland Division of Police officers and TIGN Clevelanders. With this policy now drafted, we want to get the community's feedback on it.

Attached below is a copy of the draft GPO; it is 4 pages long. If you could take a few moments and read over it, then answer some questions it would be greatly appreciated. Your voice is essential to making positive change in Cleveland. 
 
 Interactions with TIGN Draft GPO

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* 1. Are the professional interaction guidelines within this policy sufficient to promote respectful and safe interactions between police officers and TIGN individuals?

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* 2. What, if anything, do you think is missing from this policy to ensure better interactions between police officers and TIGN individuals?

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* 3. Concerning officer training, do you think there should there be more specificity in training content, facilitation, or frequency? What else do you think should be included? 

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* 4. Are there additional policies or officer trainings that you think should be considered to improve interactions between police and TIGN individuals?

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* 5. Is there any additional feedback about these policy proposals that you would like to provide? 

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* 6. If you feel comfortable doing so, could you please provide your name and contact information

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