SPD to Host Queen Anne Community Meeting on January 22nd
Posted on January 10th, 2013 by Laura Fonda
I’ve seen Seattle Police Department (SPD) community meetings come across other neighborhood blogs and now it’s our turn – SPD is coming to the Queen Anne Community Center on January 22nd to meet with residents. If you have concerns about crime (remember the Kerry Park-area muggings?), safety, or any specific questions for SPD, mark your calendars and RSVP for this meeting by January 16th. SPD is looking for 20-30 residents to participate in small group discussions, but that is not a hard-and-fast limit – they’re willing to accomodate all who want to join in on the discussion. It’s our turn to meet with SPD, and it’s a great opportunity for the community.
From our SPD West Precinct Operations contact:
The Mayor’s Office and the Seattle Police Department would like to hear from community members of Queen Anne as to how SPD can address specific neighborhood concerns and improve as an organization. We are seeking 20-30 residents that would like to attend a community meeting in which participants will gather in small groups. RSVP is necessary so that organizers can assure enough SPD officers and moderators are present. If interest exceeds our target number of participants, we will adjust so that everyone is accommodated.
- What: SPD – Queen Anne Community Meeting
- When: Tuesday January 22, 6-8pm
- Where: Queen Anne Community Center (1901 1st Ave. W)
- RSVP via email by Wednesday January 16, 2013