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California State University, Sacramento

Posted: October 27, 1999

Law Enforcement, Government Officials to Promote Safe Communities

California State University, Sacramento will host three upcoming forums to discuss building safer neighborhoods with three lectures by Sacramento area law enforcement and government officials.

The series, entitled "Strengthening Communities in the 21st Century," is intended to encourage dialogue empowering residents to organize efforts to increase their community's quality of life.

It will begin with a lecture by Sacramento Police Department Capt. Rick Braziel, today Wednesday, Oct. 27 at noon in the University Union Lobby Suite. Braziel will talk on "Community Policing in the Year 2000."

Also speaking in the series is new Citrus Heights City Manager Henry Tingle. Tingle's talk, "Sustaining Neighborhood Associations," will be Wednesday, Nov. 3, in Solano Hall 5000.

Sacramento Superior Court Judge Morrison England will wrap up the series on Wednesday, Nov. 10, with his presentation on "Families in Crisis."

All lectures will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. and are free. However, attendees are asked to RSVP for the last two lectures by calling 278-6752.

The series is sponsored by the CSUS College of Health and Human Services, CSUS Capital University Service Corps and the recreation and leisure studies department.


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