NEW MEETING LOCATION:
Fire Station 87, Community Room, 10124 Balboa Blvd, Granada Hills 91344
Please park in the open lot to the north of the Station
The entrance to the Station Community room is then on the south side of the Station via the sidewalk.
C-PAB serves as an advisory and problem-solving group. It is predicated on, “community government philosophy”, as a conduit for communities to address their concerns.
CPAB stands for Community Police Advisory Board. Each of the 18 geographic areas in the Los Angeles Police Department has a CPAB. The purpose of the CPAB is to provide advice to the Area Commanding Officer regarding decreasing the incidents and fear of crime in the community.
The Area Commanding Officer provides updates, explanations and information to the CPAB. Each CPAB has two co-chairs. One is the Area Commanding Officer and the other is a member of CPAB. The members of the CPAB are selected by the Area Commanding Officer with recommendations from the community. The 2017 CPAB Co-Chair is Mr. Larry Sterns. There are currently thirty members on Devonshire’s CPAB, made up of business, religious, educational and Neighborhood Watch and Neighborhood Council leaders. The Devonshire CPAB now meets every month at Fire Station 87, Community Room on Balboa Blvd, just south of Devonshire
The Devonshire CPAB is a community action oriented board.
The Devonshire CPAB is here to serve you and to give you a better voice in the policing of your community. Visit us at a meeting or communicate to us through one of the 30 CPAB members.