Police to Address Crime and Safety in Leisure World

The Police Department is hosting a Town Hall meeting addressing quality of life issues in Leisure World today.

The following is a release from the Seal Beach Police Department:

On behalf of the City of Seal Beach and City Manager Jill Ingram, Police Chief Keith Kilmer invites you to attend a neighborhood meeting to discuss quality of life issues in Leisure World. We will also be discussing crime prevention and emergency preparedness program.

Members of all citywide departments will be available to provide resource information. These departments include the Seal Beach Lifeguards, Orange County Fire Authority, Public Works, Finance, Community Services and Recreation, and Long Beach Animal Control.

When:Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Time: Meet and Greet from 10:30am – 11:00am. Meeting begins at 11:00am
Where: Clubhouse 2 - 13681 El Dorado Drive, Leisure World
Why: Discuss Leisure World quality of life issues
Who: All Leisure world resident are invited.

What we will be discussing:

•Reviewing the most recent crime trends in Leisure World and the greater Seal Beach area.
• What we can do TOGETHER to prevent crime from occurring
• When to call the police
• Discussing YOUR involvement with the Seal Beach PD Police Volunteer Programs
• Signing up for NIXLE – your way of instant communication with the police
• Programs available to the community from all City Departments

Since we have a full agenda at the meeting, there will be a limited opportunity for questions. If you have a specific question or concern that you would like addressed, please email or call Sergeant Steve Bowles at 562.799.4100 Ext. 1160 or SBowles@sealbeachca.gov.

If you would like additional information about Neighbor 4 Neighbor, CERT and VIPS and want to get involved, please contact Emergency Services Coordinator Todd DeVoe at TDevoe@sealbeachca.gov.

If you cannot attend this meeting, we will be holding additional meetings over the next few months. Please contact Sergeant Steve Bowles at 799-4100 Ext. 1160 for additional information.


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