Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Neighborhood Meetings with Police?
Q: I have request. I am somewhat new to the Kennedy Park area and would love to meet and get to know the officers who patrol the area. I'm a firm believer that citizens have a responsibility to partner with the police department to protect our community, not only for our safety, but for the safety of the officers, also. Does your department offer any meet-and-greet type programs in place for situations like this? Any opportunity would be appreciated!

Q: Thanks for wanting to be involved and getting to know your area. I would suggest contacting our Crime Prevention office. The CP officers can give you more information on Neighborhood Watch meetings, and also on community partnership meetings that take place in neighborhoods through the city. During these monthly meetings, CP officers will give you information on local issues and safety tips, and the officers assigned to your area may stop by as time and calls for service permit. You can reach them at 235-9037.
posted by South Bend Police Department @ 10:45 AM  

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