Close to Home: Crime Prevention Committee Meeting—Open to the Public
“Close to Home”—a companion series to the popular “Great Decisions” foreign policy presentations—is a domestic issues series that explores a range of topics that have the potential to impact the daily lives of people within our community. The Crime Prevention Committee’s purpose is to work in the community in the field of Crime Prevention and to assist all law enforcement agencies in their duties to reach this goal. They do this by cooperating with law enforcement in community events and crime prevention activities. Sgt. Andrew Trilling will be bringing this month’s meeting to MPL’s Balkansky Community Room on Thursday, October 3, at 6:00 PM. The committee listens to public input and discusses subject matters such as what the group is proactively doing, membership, updates from school resource officers, and student representatives. They also discuss current scam trends and sub-committees of this group. The Crime Prevention Committee wanted to have this meeting in a new location in hopes of increasing and broadening public knowledge and awareness.
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