Millbrae Police, Residents Discuss Burglaries During July Community Meeting
On Thursday, July 28, Millbrae Police Chief Roger Copeland will lead a community meeting to discuss the rising trends in home and auto burglaries in the City. Starting at 6 p.m. in the Chetcuti Community Room, the event will give Millbrae residents the opportunity to hear from local crime analysts and detectives about burglary trends, the response by law enforcement, and learn ways they can help.
“Communication is key and that is what this community meeting will be about,” said Roger Copeland, Chief of the Millbrae Police Bureau. “I could have 20 or 50 deputies on the streets, but it won’t help unless we have the community’s help. Millbrae residents need to understand what to look out for and how to appropriately respond. Those will be some of the key takeaways from this meeting.”
Millbrae residents are encouraged to attend, and will be given the opportunity to discuss burglary and crime issues with Chief Copeland and his deputies throughout the event. For those who are not able to attend, the meeting will be broadcast live through Millbrae Community Television on Comcast Channel 27, ATT Channel 99, and streamed live on www.mctv.tv. For more information on this community meeting, residents can call (650) 259-2300.
Roger Copeland – Chief, Millbrae Police Bureau
More than 100 residents are expected to attend
Burglary Response Community Meeting Hosted by the Millbrae Police Bureau
Thursday, July 28, 2016
6 p.m. – Meeting Begins
8 p.m. – Meeting Concludes
David Chetcuti Community Room
450 Polar Avenue (behind City Hall)