“We Work For You” is the theme of Sheriff D’Agostini’s Community Meetings
Thursday March 21, 2013 Sheriff D’Agostini will be hosting the first Community Meeting of five that will be scheduled in 2013. The first meeting of 2013 will be held in Supervisory District I with Supervisor Ron Mikulaco, at the Oak Meadow School on Silva Valley Parkway in El Dorado Hills. The meetings are open to everyone. It is a chance to speak with Sheriff D’Agostini and members of the Sheriff’s Office.
Five meetings will be scheduled throughout the year. One meeting will be scheduled every other month in a different one of the five El Dorado County Supervisory Districts. Attending the meetings with Sheriff D’Agostini will be Sheriff’s Office managers from each one 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 Board of Supervisor where the meeting is being held. The Sheriff’s Crime Analyst will conduct a powerpoint presentation regarding crime trends in your 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.
Please come join us and learn how the Sheriff’s Office works for you. Learn what your Sheriff’s Office is doing about the crime trends and what resources the Sheriff’s Office has available. Personnel will be available to answer your questions regarding all facets of the Sheriff’s Office and the Sheriff’s Office resources that enable us to serve the community.