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News Release

Monday, March 16, 2020

Media Relations

Los Angeles Police Commission Provides Email Addresses For Public Input

Los Angeles - In compliance with Mayor Garcetti's directive for all City Departments to temporarily suspend in-person public meetings until a technological solution is identified, the Board of Police Commissioners is currently evaluating video conferencing options for livestreaming and public comment at Police Commission meetings. We will resume meetings as soon as practical, and in accordance with the guidance and directives of public health officials. The health and safety of the public and the employees of the LAPD are our top priority, and we will resume meetings as soon as they can be supported by the appropriate technological solution and we are confident we can do so in a safe environment for all.

During this temporary period where there are no public meetings, the Commission has established the following avenues for members of the public to submit comments relevant to the commission's work in conducting oversight over the LAPD:
  • Please submit general inquiries, comments, and concerns to:
  • Please submit specific comments regarding the CalGang system to:
Police Commission President Eileen M. Decker stated: "During this challenging time the Commission encourages everyone to comply with the guidelines from Mayor Garcetti, Governor Newsom, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to ensure their safety and that of their loved ones."

For additional information, please click here >Police Commission< or contact the Police Commission at (213) 236-1400.