Policing is a tough job, but one citizens rely on for their safety.
In Manhattan Beach, the burglary of homes and vehicles are crimes many MB residents don't want to happen to them.
MBPD is offering a free public "Town Hall" meeting on the "State of the City, Crime & Safety" given by Police Chief Eve R. Irvine on Monday, Feb. 11 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Joslyn Center, 1600 Valley Drive. The evening will include information on how you can prevent and deter criminal activity.
Other speakers include:
Sergeant Paul Ford (Detective Bureau)
- Criminal Justice Realignment and how it affects Manhattan Beach
- High Profile Cases & Arrests
Detective Shawn Thompson
- Property Crimes
- Residential Burglary
- Vehicle-Related Thefts
- Crime Prevention
Detective Mike Rosenberger
- Crimes Against Persons
Officer Mike Trani
- Patrol Officer Response
Call MBPD at (310) 802-5140 for information on the presentation.