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APD to Host Community Beat Meetings

In a continued effort to foster transparency and strengthen community connections, the Alameda Police Department will commence hosting quarterly community beat meetings. The purpose of the meetings is to create direct lines of communication between residents and the APD officers and lieutenants who directly serve each jurisdiction. Community members will be informed about activities in their neighborhoods and have the ability to collaboratively address public safety matters.

Alameda Post — Alameda Police Department Community Beat Map
The City has been divided by the APD into twelve community beats, as shown in this map. Click to enlarge.

The first meeting will be held in beat 11, the western-most division, on Tuesday, January 11th, at the Alameda Point Collaborative. Visit APD’s Facebook page for more information on upcoming meeting dates, times, and locations. Due to the increase in COVID infections, meetings will be following all public health orders.

Updated 6:30 p.m.with revised location information. 

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