City Council's Public Safety Committee to Address Los Angeles Crime Surge

Feb 16, 2016, 08:23 ET from Los Angeles Police Protective League

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Los Angeles City Council's Public Safety Committee will conduct a public hearing focused on addressing the disturbing surge in crime. Citywide, 2014 vs. 2015 Violent Crime rose 20.2%, Property Crime rose 10.7%, Robbery rose 12.5%, and Auto Theft rose 17.1%.

At the hearing, the Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) will release its comprehensive "Community Policing Reset" (CPR) plan to reduce crime, improve community relations and boost officer morale. Los Angeles neighborhoods are in need of CPR to put more officers on the street and improve safety. The LAPPL, public and committee eagerly await Chief Beck's testimony tomorrow.  

What:   

L.A. City Council's Public Safety Committee Hearing on Reducing Crime




Public release of the LAPPL's CPR plan to reduce crime, improve community relations and boost officer morale.



Who:       

Jerretta Sandoz, Vice-President


Lou Turriaga, Director


Mark Cronin, Director



When:  

Tuesday, February 16, 2016


8:30AM-Hearing Starts



Where:

L.A. City Hall


200 North Spring Street


Room 1010


Los Angeles, CA 90012

About the LAPPLFormed in 1923, the Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) represents the more than 9,900 dedicated and professional sworn members of the Los Angeles Police Department. The LAPPL serves to advance the interests of LAPD officers through legislative and legal advocacy, political action and education. The LAPPL can be found on the Web at www.LAPD.com.

 

SOURCE Los Angeles Police Protective League



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