Police-Community Hispanic Committee meets Friday


The Mammoth Police Hispanic Committee has organized a town hall meeting.

(News Release)  Mammoth Lakes Police-Community Hispanic Advisory Committee has finalized plans for the next Town Hall meeting scheduled for Friday, November 15 at 4:30 p.m.  The Town Hall meeting will be held in the Emerald Room at the Grand Sierra Lodge, 1111 Forest Trail.

Presentations will be on the following topics:

Assembly Bill 60, signed by Governor Brown, which will allow for drivers licenses for undocumented residents.

Assembly Bill 4, signed by Governor Brown, which impacts notifications to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for arrested persons

MLPD on-line crime reporting system

The Affordable Care Act

Domestic Violence Prevention

There will also be an Open Forum where questions can be asked of representatives of the Mammoth Lakes Police Department and the Mono County Sheriff’s Department.

Interpreters will be present and it will be possible for attendees to ask questions anonymously by way of using index cards.  Food will be provided and there will be supervised child care.

The Hispanic Advisory Committee was created in late 2010 in an effort to build trust and improve communications between the Police Department and the Hispanic community of Mammoth Lakes.

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