Tonight’s West Hollywood Public Safety Commission Meeting is In-Person

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West Hollywood Council Chambers - Photo by Paulo Murillo for WEHO TIMES

Tonight’s West Hollywood Public Safety Commission meeting will be in-person at the West Hollywood Park Public Meeting Room – Council Chambers, 625 N. San Vicente Boulevard. The meeting goes in-person for the first time since it went virtual during the pandemic.

The Public Safety Commission meeting will also take place via teleconference because State and Local officials are recommending measures to promote social distancing. The Public Safety Commissioners, City staff, and members of the public will participate via teleconference using the Zoom platform. The meeting may also be viewed on various platforms. Please visit www.weho.org/wehotv for all the viewing options.

Tonight’s agenda will cover:

  1. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

10A    UPDATE ON THE CITY’S DOCKLESS MOBILITY PROGRAM
Subject:
City staff will provide an update on the City’s Dockless Mobility Program.
Recommendation: Receive and provide direction to staff to prepare a memo to the City Council regarding this item. A Public Safety Commissioner may be appointed to attend the City Council meeting to speak on the Commission’s behalf on this item.

10B.   REPORT FROM FIRE DEPARTMENT – MONTHLY REPORT
Subject: Fire personnel will present a report on Fire Department activity for the month of June 2022.
Recommendation: Receive and provide input.

10C.   REPORT FROM BLOCK BY BLOCK SECURITY AMBASSADORS – MONTHLY REPORT
Subject: Block by Block personnel will present a report on Block by Block Security Ambassador. It will cover activity for the month of June 2022.
Recommendation: Receive and provide input.

10D.   SHERIFF’S REPORT – MONTHLY REPORT
Subject: Sheriff’s personnel will present a report on Sheriff’s Department activity for the month of June 2022.
Recommendation: Receive and provide input.

10E.    CENTER FOR POLICING EQUITY UPDATE
Subject: The Public Safety Commission will hear an update from Sean Eldridge Relationship Manager/Law Enforcement Initiatives from the Center for Policing Equity (CPE). CPE’s work and study in partnership with the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station will be discussed.
Recommendation: Receive and provide input.

10F.   COMMISSION WORK PLAN, REQUEST TRACKING, AND COMMISSION CALENDAR
Subject: Commissioners will discuss work plan project, previous requests, and review the upcoming schedule of agenda items.
Recommendation: Receive and provide input.

NEW BUSINESS: 

11A.   ELECTION OF CHAIR
Subject: The Public Safety Commission will discuss and elect a Chair.
Recommendation: Discuss and elect Chair

11B.   ELECTION OF VICE CHAIR
Subject: The Public Safety Commission will discuss and elect a Vice Chair.
Recommendation: Discuss and elect Vice Chair.

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Bridgette
Bridgette
25 days ago

Is there anybody on the West Hollywood City Council or Public (Un)Safety Commission who actually cares about public safety? We have actual stores closing & some not opening because West Hollywood is no longer considered safe. We have innocent people being assaulted and robbed in broad daylight. Defunding law enforcement didn’t work in other cities to make them more safe, instead it benefitted and incentivized criminals, so why would West Hollywood City Council vote to defund our law enforcement in cahoots with the mis-named Safety Commission? Woke ideology pushed on West Hollywood citizens by radical Left Loonies puts everyone in… Read more »

Enough!
Enough!
27 days ago

Our Public Safety Commission. What a joke.