Monday, May 24, 2010

Neighborhood Watch Training

Neighborhood Watch Training Anaheim, CA Monday, June 28 • All Day Event Anaheim Convention CenterUSAonWatch website

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Sheriffs’ deputies and police officers who work as Neighborhood Watch Liaisons
Law Enforcement Officers new to crime prevention and the Neighborhood Watch principles
Community members who take a leading role in Neighborhood Watch in their community
Anyone who cares about changing the culture of their neighborhoods


Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis via the USAonWatch website

Questions contact Robbi Woodson at


There is no registration fee to attend
Hotel accommodations, travel expenses & parking must be paid by the participant.
Lunch and Snacks are not provided


Start time for the class on June 28th is 8:30am. Class will go till 4:30pm.
A 2-hour break will be given for lunch and to visit the exhibit hall of the National Sheriffs’ Association Annual Conference

This training is designed to build the capacity of law enforcement officers assigned to work with community groups by providing specific instruction on the Neighborhood Watch Toolkit. The course will increase participants’ skill levels by teaching them the proper utilization of the tools and the most effective methods of maximizing the Toolkit’s value for their citizens and communities. The training is intended to be interactive and applicable to participants with all levels of Neighborhood Watch experience. Once registered for the class a confirmation email will be sent to you. A few days before the class another email with logistics will be sent to you.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

LASD Memorial Run culminates Sunday, May 23rd, at Altadena Sheriff's Station

The Annual Los Angeles County Sheriff Department Peace Officer's Memorial Run will culminate at Altadena Station on Sunday, May 23, 2010. This annual relay run, in honor of fallen peace officers, began on Friday May 21, 2010, at Sheriff's Headquarters Bureau in Monterey Park. The relay run travels throughout Los Angeles county, reaching each Sheriff's station, where the torch is passed on to runners from that station. The relay will culminate at Altadena Sheriff's Station, Sunday, May 23, 2010, at approximately 2:00pm. Torch runners will be escorted down Altadena Drive from Fair Oaks Avenue by Sheriff and Fire Department vehicles to Altadena Station at 780 East Altadena Drive. The Altadena community is encouraged to come out along the route to cheer on runners and attend a memorial ceremony at the station.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Major improvements to the Amphitheater at Farnsworth Park

The 14th Annual Summer Concerts in Farnsworth Park just became much more comfortable for both the attendees and the artists.

The center section of the amphitheater is the last section to receive all new wood seating. Also, the dirt underneath the seats has been concreted over. It's now much cleaner then ever before.

In addition to the new seating throughout the amphitheater we now have a beautiful, brand new concrete stage for our performers to play on. Equipment set up and tear down will be easier now. Sod will be installed around the perimeter of the new stage.

A big thank you to Angie Calleros (Farnsworth Park Supervisor) and her crew at Farnsworth as well as County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation for a great job!