The Glendale City Council “Work Boot Tuesday” Meetings are part of an ongoing monthly meeting series dedicated to taking Councilmembers and residents outside the confines of the council chambers and into the community to experience various City services and departmental operations. The purpose of these on site sessions is to put boots on the ground and allow the Councilmembers to familiarize themselves with the people and operations that deliver services to Glendale residents and businesses. The City of Glendale was recently recognized as the 3rd safest City in America, and as such, this month’s “Work Boot” meeting will be hosted by the Glendale Police Department. See first-hand how the Police Department helps make Glendale one of the safest cities for its size in the Country. Click here to read more about our recent ranking amongst all other cities in the U.S. based on data compiled from the FBI and U.S. Census.
The meeting will convene on Tuesday, August 16th at 3:30pm and will take place in the Police Department Community Room, located at 131 N. Isabel Street. Participants will learn about the crisis negotiation team, de-escalation/peaceful resolutions, tactical medical training, weaponless defense tactics, and the mental health evaluation team.
These Work Boot meetings are great opportunities for members of the public to tour and learn more about City facilities and services. To learn more about upcoming meetings and events check the City’s calendar or follow us on Twitter @MyGlendale.
For more information regarding next week’s meeting, please call 818-548-4844.
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