Redwood City Police Chief J.R. Gamez will be hosting his fourth Town Hall-style community meetings, each held in a different area of the City. These meetings are an opportunity for people to participate along with their neighbors to discuss issues which may be of importance to that specific area. Three previous town hall meetings with the Chief were held in May and June in other neighborhoods of Redwood City.
Meet With Redwood City Police Chief J.R. Gamez
Tuesday evening, Oct. 9, 7:00pm, RWS Library
(corner of Marine Pky & Bridge Pky; click HERE for a map)
“These gatherings are an important way for residents and police to create partnerships, to learn from one another, and to build trusting, cooperative relationships that are the very foundation of a strong, safe community,” says Chief Gamez.” We can only do this if we talk to each other, and that’s what these Town Hall meetings are all about.”
This meeting offers the chance for Shores residents to meet the Chief and his command staff, to create connections between the community and the Police Department, to exchange information, and to engage in small-group discussions around neighborhood issues. From these Town Hall meetings, the Chief and his staff also gain the community’s perspectives and concerns on law enforcement and related issues for each area. The meetings are facilitated by the collaborative group Redwood City 2020, working with Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center.
Join us this coming Tuesday evening, October 9th, 7:00pm.
You can find the Redwood City Police Department’s website at www.redwoodcity.org/police . Residents can learn about the Department, get burglary prevention tips, sign up for alerts and newsletters, report a minor crime online, get police reports, view Redwood City’s crime map online, chat live online with a police officer, and more.