LAPD & FBI Clean Up Our Streets

DecLAPDFBIThe Los Angeles Police Department's Southwest Division aligned itself with the FBI to develop a preventive initiative to connect with the community and reduce the fear of crime. This resulted in a clean up on November, 22.




Photos By Carla Pineda

Dubbed a Community Impact Initiative, the effort consisted of a clean up of approximately 50 alleys between Crenshaw Boulevard and Normandie Avenue, and between Jefferson and Martin L. King Jr., Blvds. Activities included graffiti removal and trash and bulky item pick-up. A group was available to assist homeless individuals found in these alleys.

The clean up, a partnership with the FBI, is a pilot program for law enforcement's DecLAPDFBI2community engagement DecLAPDFBI4programs nationwide.DecLAPDFBI3

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