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News Release
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Media Relations
   
   
Police Commission Holds First Of Five Meetings Throughout The City To Obtain Public Input For Next Chief Of Police

Los Angeles – In order to hear and understand what the people of Los Angeles would like to see in their next Chief of Police, the Los Angeles Police Commission will be holding community meetings throughout the City. The meetings are as follows:

September 2, 2009    6:30 pm

Friendship Auditorium 
3201 Riverside Drive
Los Angeles, California 90027

September 3, 2009    6:00 pm

Department of Water and Power 
Community Auditorium
4030 Crenshaw Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90008

September 9, 2009    6:30 pm

Felicia Mahood Senior Center
11338 Santa Monica Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90025

September 10, 2009    6:30 pm

One Generation
18255 Victory Boulevard                                       
Reseda, California 91335

September 17, 2009    6:30 pm

Kedren Center
710 East 111th Place
Los Angeles, California 90059

“Public input is critical in this process,” stated Police Commission President John Mack.  “The next Chief of Police will serve all of the diverse communities of Los Angeles, and it is extremely important that we hear from those communities and know what is important to them.”

     
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