The City of Westerville, Ohio has been engaged over the past 2+ years in a Diversity initiative which has several different dimensions to it, the most prominent of which targets improved diversity in our staff ranks as well as improving staff's competencies in serving an increasingly diverse population. We've had some success with improving our minority hiring within public safety, but I don't know that we're honestly doing anything all that innovative. We have a community/staff Diversity Advisory Committee that meets about quarterly to discuss issues and strategies, while also hearing reports from City management as to the successes (or not) of our efforts to diversify our staff ranks. We require all city employees to have training every other year around workplace diversity (basic awareness issues) while supervisory and management personnel participate in a more intense session. We're moving in the right direction but the process is slow.