Public Safety

Public Safety2020-06-28T15:09:22-07:00

About

Chair: Samantha Ludwig
Vice Chair: Victor Lerma
Members: Juan Lopez, Alfonso Mendez, Celia Vasquez
Safety@WinnetkaNC.com

Regular Meeting Time: 4th Wednesday of the Month, 7pm at Winnetka Convention Center.

Goals

Our objective is to increase the safety of our stakeholders. The WNC has had a long history linked to the various agencies that keep our neighborhoods safe, including the police department and neighborhood watch.

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Resources

Police

1 877-ASK LAPD (1 877 275-5273) For Non-Emergency Dispatch
Devonshire Police Station (North of Roscoe)
Topanga Police Station (South of Roscoe)
Crime Maps by the LA Times

Neighborhood Watch

SLO Jennifer Poepke, Basic Car 21A29

(Covering Winnetka)

Office (818) 756-3079 Cell (818) 731-2569

Email 35367@lapd.lacity.org

The 21A29 meeting is held every 2nd Thursday of the
month at 7 PM at the Topanga Station.

Documents

2020

2019
Month Agenda Minutes
November 20 Agenda N/A
October 23 Agenda N/A
September 25 Agenda N/A
August 28 Agenda N/A
April 24 Agenda N/A
March 27 Agenda N/A
February 27 Agenda N/A
2018
Month Agenda Minutes
November 28 Agenda N/A
October 18 Agenda Minutes
2015
Month Agenda Minutes
December 17 Agenda N/A
November 19 Agenda N/A
September 17 Agenda N/A
August 20 N/A Minutes
April 7 Agenda N/A
January 20 Agenda N/A

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2008

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2004

Current News from Committee

Drive Through Testing

Find out what to expect with drive through testing, locate your stimulus check, get property tax penalties waived and plan to listen to the State of the City Address.

April 17th, 2020|Public Safety|

Safer at Home Extended

This week’s news includes Safer at Home Order Extension through May 15, face mask requirements, park closure for Easter, domestic violence assistance, additional $600 for unemployment, how to volunteer from home for the census and dogs working from home.

April 10th, 2020|Public Safety|

Safer At Home Resources

The County has closed beaches, beach bike paths, bathrooms, piers, promenades and trails. The City has closed all outdoor sports amenities — including skate parks, tennis courts, baseball fields, and basketball courts. Parks still remain open for walking or running; however, when at a park for any reason, Angelenos must maintain a distance of at least six feet between individuals at all times. Restrooms accessible to the outdoors will remain open during regular operating hours.

March 20th, 2020|Public Safety|