FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – One year ago, police forces and the community came together to discuss the changes that could be made to unite the city. After the George Floyd protests in Downtown Fort Wayne, WANE 15 gave leaders in the city and community the opportunity to share thoughts and opinions in a panel discussion.

On Wednesday, WANE 15 spoke with Reverend Bill McGill, the senior pastor at Imani Baptist Temple. He was part of the initial conversation last year.

What positive steps have we taken between the community and policing?

What should the community and police still work on?

What has the community and police accomplished this last year?

Do you feel as though there are still concerns from those throughout the community?