City of Palmdale, Sheriff's Station to Conduct Community Policing Survey January 26

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January 10, 2013 -

On Saturday, January 26th, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and City of Palmdale will conduct community policing surveys. The public is invited to partner and provide input in developing crime reduction strategies which will make our community a safer place to live and work. The Sheriff Department’s Community Oriented Policing Services Bureau (COPS) along with station teams, Reserves, Explorers, Volunteers units and the Antelope Valley Mounted Unit will be conducting this survey. The public is highly encouraged to participate in this effort, which will further the efforts of the Antelope Valley Crime Fighting Initiatives (AVCFI) to reduce crime across the valley.

The objective of this operation is to collaborate with the citizens of Palmdale in the development of problem solving strategies for neighborhood issues. The public’s interaction with the Sheriff’s Department plays a vital role in the reduction of current crime and prevention of future crime. Citizens in the survey area are encouraged to partner with the Sheriff’s Department by participating in the survey. Completing this survey will give the department a better insight of the primary concerns within your neighborhood.

Over 150 Law enforcement and city of Palmdale personnel will be contacting 600 homes in the designated areas between Division Street and 6th Street East to Palmdale Blvd and Technology Drive. The operation’s command post will be designated at 39101 3rd Street East in the city of Palmdale at “Desert Sands Park”. The operation will begin at 9:00am. Citizens who do not live in the designated area are encouraged to visit the command post if they have any questions or concerns they would like to express to the Palmdale Sheriff Station.

“Together, we will develop long term strategies and build stronger relationships that will further reduce crime and improve communications between your sheriff’s station and the citizen of this community.” -Bobby Denham, Captain of the Palmdale Sheriff’s Station.

The community is encouraged to contact their local stations anytime they witness or suspect a crime. Residents can provide this information directly to the Palmdale Sheriff’s Station by calling 661-272-2400, or they can report it anonymously by contacting “Crime Stoppers” at 800-222-TIPS (8477), texting the letters TIPLA plus your tip to CRIMES (274637), or using the website

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