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The Santa Monica Police Officers Association endorses Santa Monica City Council Candidates Lana Negrete, Armen Melkonians, and Albin Gielicz as well as Measures CS, DT, and DTS.

The Santa Monica Police Officers Association endorses Santa Monica City Council Candidates Lana Negrete, Armen Melkonians, and Albin Gielicz as well as Measures CS, DT, and DTS.

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SANTA MONICA, CA – The Santa Monica Police Officers Association (SMPOA) is proud to endorse incumbent City Council member Lana Negrete, Armen Melkonians, and Recreation and Parks Commissioner Albin Gielicz for election to Santa Monica City Council. “We must elect policy makers that make public

The Santa Monica Police Officers Association calls on the members of the Public Safety Reform & Oversight Commission to do their jobs

The Santa Monica Police Officers Association calls on the members of the Public Safety Reform & Oversight Commission to do their jobs

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Rob Schwenker 310-923-0124 rob@803.media ############ The Santa Monica Police Officers Association calls on the members of the Public Safety Reform & Oversight Commission to do their jobs   On February 2, 2021, Santa Monica City Council adopted an ordinance adding Santa

Official Statement of the Santa Monica Police Officers’ Association on Patrol and Enforcement

Official Statement of the Santa Monica Police Officers’ Association on Patrol and Enforcement

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Official Statement of the Santa Monica Police Officers’ Association on Patrol and Enforcement Recently, there has been increased public dialogue around the topic of crime and public safety presence in downtown, the parks, and other areas of Santa Monica. The Santa Monica Police Officers Association

Official Statement of the Santa Monica Police Officers Association on the Formation of the Public Safety Reform & Oversight Commission

Official Statement of the Santa Monica Police Officers Association on the Formation of the Public Safety Reform & Oversight Commission

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Official Statement of the Santa Monica Police Officers Association on the Formation of the Public Safety Reform & Oversight Commission   On February 2, 2021, Santa Monica City Council adopted an ordinance adding Santa Monica Municipal Code Chapter 2.50 to establish a public safety reform

Out of an abundance of caution and concern for the health and safety of our fellow community members and healthcare workers, we have decided to cancel this Saturday’s annual Candy Cane Drive. Though we’re saddened to not be Santa’s official escort around our city this year, the big guy has told us to rest assured that Santa Monica is on the nice list for his rounds next Thursday night. Happy Holidays everyone and we’re confident we’ll be back to this great tradition next year.

Stay safe, stay well and stay merry.
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