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Thursday, March 24, 2016

A Tale of Two Communities Response (or lack of) to Rising Crime

As the Crime Rate continues to Rise across the City of Los Angeles, we highlight two contrary examples how Community Stakeholders are coming together (or canceling out) in demanding their fair share of Law Enforcement Resources.
STNC/LAPD Town Hall Meeting Flyer.
 ** Blogger's Note: On the Eve of Good Friday, we bring you two CONTRARY examples regarding how Community Stakeholders are working together (or naught) in mobilizing support for their respective share of Law Enforcement Resources. This evening, the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting with Foothill Division/Valley Bureau Brass, in a culmination of recent efforts to deal with various issues caused by an influx of Homeless into the community.

Meanwhile withing the confines of the LAPD Hollenbeck Division, the latest meeting of its Community Police Advisory Board was cancelled, this in lieu of the latest tragic death involving Cab Driver Antonio Paz Gonzalez, who was senselessly killed after being robbed. Bluntly, with the "alleged (more below) cancellation" of the latest Hollenbeck CPAB Meeting, Stakeholders who have been subjected to the SECOND HIGHEST rate of increase in violent crime within the City of Los Angeles, have been denied an opportunity (again) to speak out and demand their fair share of Law Enforcement resources ..........., but rest assure, those seeking support for their ABC Licenses ("Micro-Brewery in Boyle Heights, USC) still have CPAB's backing----Scott Johnson.

LAPD Hollenbeck Captain Martin Baeza with CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar and CPAB Members.

Hello Community Members, the Hollenbeck Community Police Advisory Board monthly meeting scheduled for Wednesday, March 16, 2016 is canceled and we do apologize for that.  The next meeting will be /Wednesday, April 20th, please be there and bring a friend. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me, Officer Macklin, Community Relations Officer.
Officer Anthony Macklin
Hollenbeck Community Relations Office 24877@lapd.lacity.org323 342 4144

 ......., or was it? To be continued.

Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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