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Mid-Valley Community Police Council Meeting

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 15107 Vanowen St Van Nuys CA 91405  See map

Mid-Valley Community Police Council Meeting

Date:               Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Time:              6:30 p.m

Location:        Valley Presbyterian Hospital, Jean & David Fleming Building, 15107 Vanowen Street, Van Nuys, CA  91405

Parking:          Validations will be provided

 Special Guest Speaker – Officer Troy Williams

Officer Williams,  LAPD Valley Traffic Division is a 22 year member of the LAPD and is considered an expert is a regular instructor for Valley Traffic.  Officer Williams is the recipient of the Police Star for Bravery, was named the Officer of the year for VTD.  Officer Williams is a certified trainer for Radar and Laser Operations in addition to the X26 Taser Transition course as well.  Your questions will be answered in addition to Officer Williams’ compelling account of what’s relevant to us all as we drive, walk, run and bicycle on the streets of Los Angeles.

Free to Attend!

About Mid-Valley Community Police Council

Since 1978, the Mid-Valley Community Police Council has supported the Los Angeles Police Department – Van Nuys Area by raising money for supplemental training, specialized equipment, state-of-the-art technology, LAPD youth programs, and station improvements.  The Council is comprised of local business owners, corporate community stakeholders and area residents who share a commitment to support the LAPD – Van Nuys Area Police Station.

Our monthly meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month and are open to the public.  Attending the meetings offers you a chance to hear the most current Crime Recap, the ability to speak with your area Commanding Officer, hear from experts in specialized areas of law enforcement and forge substantive new relationships with peers from the local businesses and community.

 

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