More than 150 law enforcement and city of Palmdale personnel will be contacting 600 homes in the designated area between Division Street and 6th Street East, from Palmdale Boulevard to Technology Drive.
The operation’s command post will be at Desert Sands Park, 39101 3rd Street East in Palmdale.
The operation will begin at 9 a.m.
The objective of the operation is for authorities to collaborate with Palmdale residents in developing problem solving strategies for neighborhood issues.
“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 citizens of this community,” said Palmdale Sheriff’s Station Captain Bobby Denham.
Citizens in the survey area are encouraged to partner with the Sheriff’s Department by completing the survey, which will give the department a better idea of primary neighborhood concerns.
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 Palmdale Sheriff’s Station.
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 Sheriff’s Department’s Community Oriented Policing Services Bureau (COPS), along with station teams, reserves, explorers, volunteer units and the Antelope Valley Mounted Unit will be conducting the surveys.
(Information via press release from the Palmdale Sheriff’s Station.)