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West LA Division Goals
 
 
The men and women of the West Los Angeles Community Police Station are committed to effective community policing partnerships with all who live, work and visit West Los Angeles. The Station’s civilian and sworn employees partner with West Los Angeles’ business and residential community members to enhance public safety by addressing crime, emergency preparedness, homeland security, gang, narcotic, quality of life and traffic concerns. To that end, we have established the following Community-Policing Goals.

Goal Number One:
Reduce property and violent crime from last year

Goal Number Two:
Reduce the fear of crime in all West Los Angeles neighborhoods

Goal Number Three:
Enhance our Community-Policing partnerships and problem solving efforts

Goal Number Four:
Reduce fatal and serious traffic collisions from last year

Goal Number Five:
Increase the number of business and Neighborhood Watches

Goal Number Six:
Add more Community Members to the Community Alert System

Goal Number Seven:
Implement the Community Impact Advisory Team to address gang problems

Goal Number Eight:
Select a community-police Advisory Board member to represent each Reporting District

Goal Number Nine:
Solve Community Problems that Affect Quality of Life

Goal Number Ten:
Provide Effective and Safe Homeland Security Patrol
 
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