Community-Police Advisory Boards (C-PABs) were created by the Los Angeles Police Department in 1993 to give community members a vehicle to provide advice to and raise issues about crime and community-police relations with their local police stations, and to take information from the Police Department back to the community.
Southwest C-PAB has had subcommittees for Block Captain Training and for Community Enhancement (which is mainly blight reduction by concentrating on cleaning up problem properties). C-PAB members serve on the boards of four of the certified Los Angeles Neighborhood Councils in the Southwest station area.
First Monday of each month (except July and September), 6:30pm
3787 S. Vermont Ave, LA Child Guidance Center (Conference Room)
CPAB-Meetings for 2018-12-11-17_.pdf