February 20, 2020, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Chino Hills Community Center
According to Captain John Walker, the Department is driven by proactive goals and would like to team up with the community to review the “quality of life” concerns that residents previously identified in 2019, and identify concerns in 2020. Input collected from residents will assist the Department in addressing law enforcement concerns through prioritized, focused enforcement of laws and ordinances.
The meetings are broken up by Council Districts in order to help CHPD review crime concerns in various neighborhoods. Translation services will be provided for Mandarin speakers. Residents are welcome to attend any session. Please visit www.chinohills.org/DistrictMap to find your District. Reserve your seat by emailing: CH-CrimePrevention@sbcsd.org. Provide your District number and how many seats you would like reserve.