Unfortunately, the summer crime season seems to be in full swing these days (we’ve received recent reports of several burglaries, people seen walking up and down streets looking for valuables left in cars, problems with transients loitering on private property and more, just in the last week or so). But if you’d like a chance to touch base with our LAPD Wilshire Division police about these and other quality of life issues, there will be a Wilshire Division Community Town Hall Meeting at 6:30 p.m. tonight, Thursday June 29, 2017, at at Fairfax High School, 7850 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, 90036. There will be representatives present from the police and fire departments, the LA City Attorney’s office, Metro and the Department of Sanitation. They’ll discuss LAPD social media connections, traffic safety for bicyclists and pedestrians, Metro Purple Line construction, homelessness, and more…and will also take questions from the public.
If you can’t attend the meeting, but still have questions or concerns, you can send them to [email protected]. For more information, you can also contact the Wilshire Division Community Relations Office at (213) 473-0200.