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Communications Community Relations 911 operator meeting

From: E-Police Newsletter <“SLO CHOVAN”@ip-172-30-1-48.localdomain>
Date: Tue, Jun 23, 2015 at 10:35 AM
Subject: Communications Community Relations 911 operator
[The Northeast station Community Police Advisory Board members along with Council members O’Farrell, Cedillo, Ryu and Huizar office would like you to attend a presentation being offered by the communications Community Relations unit.

The neighbors from the Northeast communities have a huge disconnect on what should trigger a 911 call, making the homes an easy target for daytime burglaries, theft and dangerous confrontations.

Too many people report incidents of suspicious activities on social media when it should be a 911 call. Learn when to call and why it matters.

You will gain a better understanding of why 911 calls create a better policing of the community. A 9-1-1 call can make a huge difference in your neighborhood.

WHERE: FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, 820 N. AVE 54, LA 90042

WHEN; WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24th , FROM 7PM – 8PM

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