Southeast Community Police Station
Community – Police Advisory Board (C-PAB)
Minutes of Thursday, February 6th, 2014
Southeast Community Police Personnel
Pastor Andre Marshall
Samuel Anderson Deborah Lee Trina Robinson
David Blakes Rey Paduani Angela Harvey
Plase Choyce Katherine Pruitt Patricia Marshall
Charles E.P. Mabelle Pittman Andre Marshall
Kath Cash Jasmine Dillard Joseph Thompson
Mary Heard Rita Flowers Patricia Goynes
Lee Heard Eddie Lockhart Pearlie Johnson
Quincy Hinnant Mary Ferrer Vanessa Mendoza
Willie Jackson Lavata Washington Joseph Thompson
Patricia Jones Leonard White
Non C-PAB Members
Officer Mike Dickes
Officer O. Livingston
Ernie Page Ossey
Ossey Ernie Page
I. Call to Order
The meeting was called to order at 6:37.The pledge of allegiance followed the prayer of Rev Plase Choyce.
II. Opening Remarks
Greeting: Theresa Martinez and Officer Hill… “Fill out questions and concerns on the blue form.” First question how we can as police help the community more. 2nd question, what crime problems are you having in your area?
III. Senior Lead Officer Updates
Officer Pinzon– Major traffic accident a couple of days ago (still looking for suspects). Crime stat in the area shows that 64 crimes have been committed. Mostly Nissans Hondas and Toyota (GTA).
Officer Chavez–The biggest problem is on Figueroa all the way to the County Line (Imperial to Manchester). Several homicides have happened on these streets. Southeast is going to conduct a major clean up (within two weeks). A lot of burglaries and a lot of vehicles have been stolen.
IV. Guest Speaker 1: Mike Dickes – Citywide Nuisance Abatement (Southeast and 77th) Please write down any complaints with regards to areas within southeast or 77th on the blue forms or contact Officer Dickes. Working with clergy and community to revitalize the community.
V. Guest Speaker 2: Candis Simmons Davis – Outreach Specialist for YWCA: Sexual Assault Crisis Services. 1 in 3 women in LA County will be sexually assaulted (before 18 years old). 1 in 6 men will be sexually assaulted (Before 18 years old). The mission is to prevent sexual assault as well as intervene and help heal. Consent needs to be informed, freely and actively given, understandable words or actions. YWCA serves as advocates for survivors of rape or assault. There is a card for the crisis hotline 1-877-Y-HELPS U. YWCA provides accompaniment, advocacy, education, counseling, the clothesline project.
VI. Approval of the Minutes:
January minutes were approved as read.
VII. Old Business:
Police Officer Appreciation
VIII. New Business/Old Business:
NNO February 18th at 10am
Clergy Meeting Feb 27th at the Fire Department
South East Senior Club Meeting
Senior Club Meeting Saturday
Pastor Marshall – get proactive within the community.
Officer Hill – Going to begin a martial arts program within the community (ages 13 – 19). “What’s up Meeting?”
Mark Twain Library “Senior Movie” at 11am. Black history movies on Saturdays.
IX. Neighborhood Council Update
X. New Guest
The next C-PAB meeting is scheduled for March 6th 2014 at 6:30pm.
Meeting Adjourned at 8:01.