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The Long Beach Police Department Neighborhood Walks program is an effort to increase engagement between our community and police officers at a neighborhood level. Patrol officers in select neighborhoods will devote their shift to interacting with residents, community organizations, and local businesses. Officers assigned to the Neighborhood Walks program will focus on building strong relationships within the neighborhood and addressing community concerns.

Washington Middle School Neighborhood Walks 

The pilot Neighborhood Walks program took place from March 5, 2021 to May 1, 2021 in the Washington Middle School Neighborhood. This area includes the Los Angeles River to Long Beach Boulevard and Anaheim Street to Pacific Coast Highway. 
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North Division Neighborhood Walks

The North Division Neighborhood Walks program will take place throughout North Division from June 14, 2021 to August 31, 2021. Officers will engage with the community at parks, schools, businesses, and faith-based organizations all throughout North Long Beach.
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East Division Neighborhood Walks

The East Division Neighborhood Walks program will take place throughout East Division from September 28, 2021, to November 26, 2021. Officers will walk in strategically determined areas to engage with the community in nearby neighborhoods, parks, and businesses. The areas include the neighborhoods surrounding Rotary Park and the Anaheim Street business corridor. 
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