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Alhambra Police invite residents to learn about crime issues


Civic Center Library: Reese Hall Community Room

101 S. First Street
Alhambra , CA United States


Alhambra Police are inviting residents concerned about crime issues to a community-wide Neighborhood Watch meeting on October 13.

Speakers including Police Chief Mark Yokoyama will address issues such as:

1. 2011 Neighborhood Crime Prevention Review2. "Coming To Your Ballot, the 2011 Marijuana Initiative: Information to help you make an informed voting decision"3. Neighborhood crime alerts

There will also be an open forum to identify community concerns.The meeting will be on Thursday, October 13, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. at the Reese Hall Community Room of the Civic Center Library (off the Second Street entrance), 101 S. First Street.

For any questions or suggestions for topics to add to the meeting’s agenda, please call the Alhambra Police Department Crime Prevention Office at (626) 570-5177, or send an e-mail to [email protected]


包含Mark Yokoyama警長等演講人將會討論以下議題:

1.       2011年鄰裏犯罪預防考察

2.       “關系您的選票,2011年大麻倡議:能夠幫助您明達投票的信息”

3.       鄰裏犯罪警示


會議將于2011年10月13日(星期四),下午6:30在 Civic Center Library 的 Reese Hall Community Room 舉行,101 S. First Street。

若有任何問題或想建議可以添加到本次討論議程的主題,請致電阿罕布拉警察局犯罪預防部門(626)570-5177,或發送電子郵件到[email protected]

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