November 9, 2016
On Wednesday, November 9, 2016, the Neighborhood Watch program of the Manhattan Beach Police Department would like to invite residents of Manhattan Beach to the Bi-Annual Meeting about crime in the City and the Neighborhood Watch program.
Residents, who have an interest in learning more about Manhattan Beach Neighborhood Watch and how to join with the hundreds of others in the prevention of crime, are welcomed and encouraged to attend.
For over 30 years, Neighborhood Watch has worked to involve the community in home safety education and deterring crime.
The Neighborhood Watch program is always looking for new block captains to help “Paint the Town Orange” and fill the areas which do not have a block captain. A block captain is essential to the continued success of the Neighborhood Watch program and communication between residents and the police department.
During the meeting, residents will hear from Neighborhood Watch Director Charlotte Lesser, Chief of Police Eve R. Irvine, meet the new Community Affairs team of Sergeant Tim Zins and Officer Kristie Colombo, and say goodbye to Officer Stephanie Martin and Neighborhood Watch Co-Director Millie Newton.
Check in begins at 6:30 with the program starting at 7 p.m.
For more information, please call Manhattan Beach Neighborhood Watch at (310) 802-5183, Officer Kristie Colombo at (310) 802-5184 or Sergeant Tim Zins (310) 802-5186.
The meeting will take place at 1600 Manhattan Beach Boulevard in the main room at Manhattan Heights Park.