Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Democrats meeting this Saturday, April 20, 2019: Police Chief Steidle, resident concerns

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Pacifica Police Chief Dan Steidle
Policing is sharing intelligence,
and civic engagement.
Pacifica’s Chief of Police, Daniel Steidle, will be the featured speaker at the monthly meeting of the Pacifica - Daly City Democrats Club this Saturday morning, April 20. Chief Steidle will discuss issues of current concern to Pacifica residents, including local crime statistics, community policing and law enforcement. Come armed with questions—the Club always reserves time for a spirited Q&A exchange.

The meeting will begin at 9:30 a. m. in the rear banquet room at the Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant.  A full breakfast will be available for $12, continental for $6 or just coffee for $3. However, no purchase is necessary, and the meeting is free and open to the general public.

If you have not yet joined or renewed your membership in Pacifica - Daly City Democrats for 2019, you can do so on Saturday by completing a membership application available at the sign-in table.

Submitted by Connie Menefee, President, Pacifica-Daly City Democrats Club

Reference, Pacifica Police Department. "Chief Dan Steidle has served in law enforcement for over 28 years. ... In 1993, he started his career with the Pacifica Police Department, where he has currently served for over 24 years.  In October 2015 he was appointed Chief of Police.  He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, a Master's Degree in Strategic Leadership, and is a graduate of the prestigious Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute and P.O.S.T. Command College. Pacifica Police Department Mission Statement:“It is the mission of the men and women of the Pacifica Police Department to protect and serve the members of our community with the highest level of commitment, ethics and professionalism.”    

Related article and department photograph. San Francisco Examiner/Brendan P. Artholomew, 10/11/15, "New top cop to take reins of Pacifica police." ... Steidle said his organization is using a variety of strategies to reduce the property crime trend’s impact on Pacifica.  ... Sharing data with other San Mateo County police agencies makes it easier to know when and where such criminals might strike. 'It’s all about intelligence-led policing,' the chief noted.  ... Civic engagement will be a top priority for Steidle, who said police can’t be effective without community buy-in." 

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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