Monthly Message from the Area Commanding Officer
Brief 2-paragraph monthly message from the Area Commanding Officer
I want to thank you for your support of our community engagement programs. Our commitment to you as one of our goals has been to “Improve and Enhance our Front Desk Operations.” We recently completed the installation of our television screens to video loop our community programs and special event announcements. This is your Community Police Station and you should expect our services to meet and exceed your expectations. Please continue to expect continued enhancements at our station.
I am very proud to announce that 77th Street Area has had a change of Patrol Commanding Officers. We welcome Captain Anne Clark from Harbor Area and you can expect great things from Anne. She is a Department veteran with tremendous passion and experiences.
Additionally, I want to congratulate Ms. Artemis Porter as 77th Street Area’s Outstanding Community Member. Artemis has been an integral part of all the great things that happen collaboratively at 77th Street Area. Congratulations Artemis!
We have been busy updating our site at LAPDONLINE.ORG. Please take a few minutes to see the numerous programs and information coming from 77th Street Area. Specifically, we have linked each of our Senior Lead Officers (SLO) to the site with a three minute update on their area. To find out which SLO is in your area please view the following link: http://www.lapdonline.org/assets/pdf/77TH_SLO_MAP_011513.pdf
Special Announcement: Our Community Police Advisory Board (CPAB) is working diligently in forming a Teen CPAB. If you have anyone you would like to be an integral part of the Teen CPAB please contact Sergeant Linda Ortega at the Community Relations Office at (213) 485-4285.
Please visit our website at LAPDONLINE.ORG (type in 77th Street Area) or FACEBOOK.com/LAPD77th
As always thank you for your support. I am supported by a tremendous support group of staff and community volunteers committed to making a difference. If you are available to volunteer your time or services, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Police Service Representative Pam Brown, at (213) 485-4285.
ROBERT N. ARCOS, Captain
77th Street Community Police Station
2012 – 2013 Annual Work Plan Goals
77th Street Area is strengthening the Community-Police Partnership by increasing the number of youth in the Area Juvenile Programs, increasing the number of volunteer opportunities, and promoting community participation in Block Club activities.
77th Street Area is working on maintaining and strengthening the Area Safe Park Programs by bringing recreational activities back to neighborhood parks. The 77th Street Area Police Activities League is promoting leadership and team work through an “all kids shall play” sports and mentoring league. Contact 77th Street Area Community Relations for more information (213) 485-4285.
Community Partnership Meetings
Community Police Advisory Board Every 2nd Thursday, 7:00 pm
Hispanic Outreach Meetings Every 4th Friday, 7:00 pm
Clergy Council Meetings Every 4th Friday, 11:00 am
Cadet (Youth Meeting) Every Thursday, 6:30 pm
iWATCH See Something, Say Something!
WHAT is iWATCH?! - iWATCH, iREPORT, i KEEP US SAFE (iWATCH) is a community awareness program created to educate the public about behaviors and activities that may have a connection to terrorism.
This program is a community program to help your neighborhood stay safe from terrorist activities. It is a partnership between your community and the Los Angeles Police Department. We can and must work together to prevent terrorist attacks.
To learn about the iWATCH program and about the behaviors and activities that you should report, view the videos and review the list of examples. You can also read and download a brochure that explains the program.
Remember that the iWATCH program is about behaviors and activities, not individuals.
Here are examples of behaviors and activities to report:
• People drawing or measuring important buildings.
• Strangers asking questions about security or building security procedures.
• Briefcase, suitcase, backpack, or package left behind.
• Cars or trucks left in No Parking zones in front of important buildings.
• Intruders in secure areas where they are not supposed to be.
• Chemical smells or fumes that worry you.
• People asking questions about sensitive information such as building blueprints, security plans, or VIP travel schedules without a right or need to know.
• Purchasing supplies or equipment that can be used to make bombs or weapons or purchasing uniforms without having the proper credentials.
Contact 77th Street Area Senior Lead Office for more information (213) 485-4281