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SFV Amateur Radio Club Meeting, All Welcome

West Valley Police Station Community Room 19020 Vanowen St., Reseda, CA

http://w6sd.net W6SD .-- -.... ... -.. Founded in 1946 at the end of WWII,                                                     our club has been true to one simple philosophy -- help others and have fun Read more

Community Police Advisory Board (CPAB) Meeting West Valley

West Valley Police Station Community Room 19020 Vanowen St., Reseda, CA

Community-Police Advisory Boards (CPABs) Each of the 21 geographic Areas in the Los Angeles Police Department has a CPAB. A CPAB is an Area-level community board comprised of members from the various residential and business communities who live or work in a particular geographic area. The purpose of the CPAB is to provide advice to Read more

Community Police Advisory Board (CPAB) Meeting

West Valley Police Station Community Room 19020 Vanowen St., Reseda, CA

Celebrating Police-Community Partnerships Community-Police Advisory Boards (C-PABs) were created in 1993 to provide community members with an opportunity to provide information and advice to their respective Area and to take information from the police department back to the community. Each of the 21 geographic Areas (community police stations) throughout Los Angeles has its own C-PAB. Read more

SPECIAL Neighborhood Watch Meeting

West Valley Police Station Community Room 19020 Vanowen St., Reseda, CA

Open to all to attend,  please come and join us Although the use of fireworks is illegal in all of L.A., each year thousands of people are injured, hundreds of fires are started and thousands of pets are lost around the 4th of July. In an effort to help educate our community regarding fireworks dangers, Read more

Community Police Advisory Board (CPAB) Meeting

West Valley Police Station Community Room 19020 Vanowen St., Reseda, CA

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.

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