Community-Police Advisory Boards (C-PABs) were created in 1993 to provide community members with an opportunity to provide information and advice to their respective Areas and to take information from the police department back to the community.
Each of the 21 geographic Areas (community police stations) throughout Los Angeles has its own C-PAB. These advisory groups meet monthly to discuss crime and quality of life issues. Each C-PAB has two co-chairs, one of the Area commanding officers while the second is a civilian member voted on by the membership.
Meeting ID: 970 8622 8897
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Southwest CPAB meets the first Monday of every month, except for Labor Day