The Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council and Spokane C.O.P.S. are jointly hosting a neighborhood crime prevention meeting and workshop on Thursday, July 26 at Knox Presbyterian Church (806 W Knox). It runs from 6 to 8pm. There will be presentations from Dale Wells, the SPD resource officer for Emerson-Garfield, and Mark Sterk, who oversees safety and security for Spokane Public Schools, as well as opportunities for discussions and feedback. Whether you’ve been a victim of crime or simply want to hear directly from police officers who patrol this area, this workshop…
Come see what your North Central C.O.P.S. Shop is all about, meet your Neighborhood Resource Officer, Department of Corrections Officers, the shop volunteers, and enjoy some great BBQ! Date: Tuesday, March, 20 Time: 12-2pm Location: Knox Presbyterian Church, 806 W Knox
The PeTT Committee will host members of the city council, the police department, the streets department, and the parks department for a forum to discuss the imposition of 20 MPH speed limits around all city parks and certain residential areas the city council may chose to designate. EVERYONE IS INVITED! Tuesday, March 27 at 6pm West Central Community Center (1603 N Belt), Contact Paul Kropp, PeTT chair, by e-mail at email@example.com or at (509) 638-5854 for further information.
City of Spokane staff working on this project will be updating the public about the North Monroe Project and welcome your comments. WHEN: Wednesday, September 20 from 6-7pm WHERE: Knox Presbyterian Church, 806 W Knox Ave For more details, view this flyer.
All are invited to attend a Block Watch presentation for the community by Spokane C.O.P.S. Executive Director Patrick Striker at the South Hill Library, 3324 South Perry St., on Tuesday, Sept 12th, 6:30pm. Additional guest speakers will include C.O.P.S. Southeast Block Watch Coordinator Kendall Eminger and Spokane C.O.P.S. Program Manager Maurece Vulcano. Spokane C.O.P.S. Block Watch is one of the most effective and least costly ways to prevent crime and reduce fear. Block Watch fights the isolation that crime both creates and feeds upon….