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Mayor and police to host community meeting at the Neighborhood Service Center
Posted on April 7, 2017 at 11:35 pm by Meghan Revolinsky
By: Nicole Acker
Mayor Kirsten Keith
Police Chief Bob Jonsen
will host a community meeting Tuesday, April 11, at the
Neighborhood Service Center
, 871 Hamilton Ave in Menlo Park. At the beginning of the year, a community meeting was held in the Willow’s neighborhood in response to concerns of residential burglaries, which generated interest for more community meetings. In March, community meetings were held in Sharon Heights and the Downtown neighborhoods to address residential burglaries, vehicle burglaries, crime trends and crime prevention.
Mayor Keith, Chief Jonsen and police staff will give an update on crime statistics, current events, the recent study session regarding expanding police services, and have an open discussion on addressing the community’s public safety concerns. Police staff will provide information to help answer questions on the crime rate, investigations, arrests and current and future plans to address property crime. Information will also be available for
Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
(CPTED) and Neighborhood Watch programs.
• Introduction – Mayor Kirsten Keith
Crime update – Chief Bob Jonsen
The City of Menlo Park encourages residents to get to know their neighbors, create neighborhood groups and keep an eye on each other’s homes. Nextdoor is a private social network resource for neighbors and the community to connect and establish neighborhood groups.
All members of the public are invited.
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