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Mission Area Community Police Advisory Board was formed in 2005 to advise and
inform the Los Angeles Police Department Area Commanding Officers of quality of
life problems and concerns of the community.
Each CPAB member is responsible for knowing the conditions within their communities and must be willing to spend time considering ways to improve these conditions. Also, each CPAB member should understand ways to improve communication and the relationship between the LAPD and their communities. It is vital that information gleaned from your friends, neighbors, or associates is communicated to your officers.
The Mission Area Community Police Advisory Board is co-chaired by Captain Todd Chamberlain and Betty Ley. Members include: residents, students, local business owners, non-profit organizations, Los Angeles Police Department Officers, Neighborhood Watch participants, and Neighborhood Council representatives. Regular attendees also include: Elected Officials, City Attorney's Office - Neighborhood Prosecutor, and the Department of Parks & Recreation.
If you are interested in learning more about the Mission Area Community Police Advisory Board, please contact the Civilian Co-Chair Betty Ley at (818)837-3664/ Betty@MissionCPAB.org or the Community Relations Office at (818)838-9860.
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