“We Work For You” is the theme for Sheriff John D’Agostini’s 2013 community meetings, which begin in El Dorado Hills.
From 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 21, the sheriff will host the first of five meetings this year at Oak Meadow Elementary, 7701 Silva Valley Parkway. District I Supervisor Ron Mikulaco will also attend. The meetings are open to everyone, giving people a chance to speak with Sheriff D’Agostini and members of the Sheriff’s Office.
One meeting will be scheduled every other month in a different supervisory district. Attending the meetings with Sheriff D’Agostini will be Sheriff’s Office managers from each of the Sheriff’s Office divisions including Operations, Custody, Support Services and Fiscal. Representatives from the Sheriff’s STAR program, Neighborhood Watch, Sheriff’s Reserves, Sheriff’s Explorers program and the respective district supervisor will also attend. The sheriff’s crime analyst will give a powerpoint presentation regarding crime trends in the community.
After the presentations, attendees will be encouraged to complete a survey of their top priorities concerning law enforcement in their neighborhoods, helping us respond to their concerns and improving our level of service.