NHUAC Holding Public Safety Forum Thursday, May 10
The North Highline Unincorporated Area Council will be holding a Public Safety Forum starting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 10 at the North Highline Fire Station.
On the agenda will be King County Sheriff Deputy BJ Myers, who will give an update on crime trends in the area, as well as take questions regarding neighborhood concerns.
Also scheduled to appear is Metro Transit Police Chief Major Lisa Mulligan, who will discuss safety aboard Metro Transit and at North Highline area bus stops.
Deputy Doug Reynolds will discuss crime prevention techniques to reduce the opportunity for crime in the neighborhood.
Here are the details:
WHAT: NHUAC Public Safety Forum.
WHEN: Thursday, May 10 starting at 7 p.m.
WHERE: North Highline Fire Station, 1243 112th Street, SW, White Center.
Police Reports/Neighborhood Concerns:
BJ Myers, King County Sheriff Deputy, White Center Storefront, will give an update on crime trends in the North Highline area. Deputy Myers will also take questions regarding neighborhood concerns.
Major Lisa Mulligan, Metro Transit Police Chief, will discuss safety aboard Metro Transit and at North Highline area bus stops.
Doug Reynold, King County Sheriff Deputy, Community Crime Prevention Officer for the City of Seatac. Deputy Reynolds will discuss crime prevention techniques to reduce the opportunity for crime in your neighborhood. Deputy Reynolds is the past president of the Washington Crime Prevention Association and is recognized as an International Crime Prevention Specialist(ICPS) by the International Society of Crime Prevention Practitioners.
Block Watch Program: Join or renew the program in your neighborhood. Discussion of the National Night Out Against Crime-August 7, 2012.
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Additional information is available on the NHUAC website: www.northhighlineuac.org.