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Residential Crime Prevention Subject of Police Department Public Meeting

Feb 04, 2015 10:45AM ● By DigMB Staff
Residential crime, crime prevention and updates on investigations will be just some of the topics presented by Manhattan Beach Police Department Chief of Police Eve R. Irvine during a Town Hall-style meeting set for Wednesday, Feb. 11 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Joslyn Community Center.

Chief Irvine and Department staff will also discuss how the Department responds to crime and how residents can help deter theft and burglary.

MBPD uses community-based policing, a value system in which the primary organizational goal is working cooperatively with individual citizens, groups of citizens, and both public and private organizations to identify and resolve issues.

Examples of MBPD's community-based policing includes its Community Police Academy, Neighborhood Watch program, and ongoing outreach efforts.

"Community-based policing is a partnership and we rely on each other to keep Manhattan Beach a safe place to live, play and work," said Chief Irvine.

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