The Desert Hot Springs Police Department is hosting their second annual Community
Policing Initiative (CPI) City-wide meeting tomorrow, February 23. 2012 from 6PM – 8PM.
The meeting will be held at the Desert Hot Springs High School cafeteria located at
65850 Pierson Boulevard. Community members are asked to join us to discuss quality of life issues affecting our City. Community leaders including City Manager Rick Daniels, Mayor Yvonne Parks, and Police Chief Patrick Williams will be on hand as well as our Community Police Beat Officers, Detectives, Code Enforcement Officers, and representatives from Animal Control and Dispatch. It’s a simple fact that when police and communities work together our neighborhoods are safer! Some of the topics to be discussed include:
• Citywide crime statistics
• Crime trends affecting our community and your specific neighborhoods
• Crime prevention ideas to keep you and your family safe
• Quality of life concerns (Le., traffic, graffiti, gangs, etc.)
Food and beverages will be available. We hope to surpass last year’s attendance and
look forward to seeing many of our community members.