Boynton Beach Police Set Town Hall Meeting

BOYNTON BEACH, FL ( — With many Boynton Beach residents working in and around Boca Raton, we share this advisory from the Boynton Beach Police Department:

The public is invited to join Boynton Beach Police for a Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 11 at 7 p.m.

The meeting is an opportunity for city residents to speak directly with Chief Jeffrey S. Katz and his command staff. It will be held in the Carolyn Sims Center at Wilson Park, 225 N.W. 12th Ave.

“We value the diverse makeup of our city, and we understand that while every citizen deserves a high level of service from our department, needs differ from neighborhood to neighborhood,” Chief Jeffrey S. Katz said. “Everything we do as a police department should be influenced by the needs of our community. The best way for us to understand these needs is to engage in a routine dialogue with our citizens.”

Those who can’t attend can follow along on Twitter via #ridewithbbpd. The meeting will also be recorded and posted on the department’s YouTube and Facebook pages.

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