QUARTZ HILL – The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department conducted a community survey last month in West Lancaster neighborhoods to identify quality-of-life issues and public safety concerns.
More than 1,000 surveys were distributed as part of the “Public Trust Partnership” program, and local sheriff’s officials will be sharing the results at a community meeting this Thursday.
The public meeting starts at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 9, and will be held in the George Lane Community Center, located at 5520 West Avenue L-8.
Lancaster Sheriff’s Station Capt. Pat Nelson will be present, along with representatives from the sheriff’s Special Operations Bureau.
“In partnership, they will develop and implement strategies to address the identified issues, such as, but not limited to burglary and narcotics suppression, gang mitigation, graffiti/vandalism abatement, juvenile delinquency reduction, neighborhood safety after dark, Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) operations, stray animal control, illegal vendor enforcement, loud party, and enhanced traffic enforcement,” states a sheriff’s announcement about the community meeting.
For more information, contact Deputy Miguel Ruiz in the Lancaster Station Community Relations Office at 661-940-3832.