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News Release
Friday, October 5, 2001
Media Relations
   
   
Police Commission Reinstates Meetings in the Community

"Police Commission Reinstates Meetings in the Community"

 

First meeting to be held in Cypress Park on October 16, 2001
Special Appearance: Councilmember Ed Reyes

To learn the community’s concerns and ideas, the members of the Board of Los Angeles Police Commissioners have reinstated evening meetings in the community. These meetings will be held quarterly throughout the City of Los Angeles. The public is encouraged to attend and share their thoughts on crime, the Department’s efforts in combating crime, community policing, or whatever they would like the Commission to know. The first meeting will feature Councilmember Ed Reyes who was eager to invite the Police Commission to his district. The meeting will be held in the Cypress Park area:

Divine Saviour Church
October 16, 2001
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
624 Cypress Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90065
(Exit Figueroa Street from the Pasadena Freeway)

The members of the newly-appointed Police Commission see community meetings as an integral component of their responsibility which is to oversee the Los Angeles Police Department on behalf of the people of Los Angeles.

For more information, contact the Los Angeles Police Commission at 213-485-3531 or e-mail lapdtkc@aol.com.



     
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