OKLAHOMA CITY -- Neighborhood Alliance is hosting a special workshop about public safety where residents can meet Police Chief Bill Citty and Fire Chief Keith Bryant.
The event, titled "Meet the Chiefs" is on open, public conversation with Oklahoma City's public safety officials.
All Oklahoma City residents are invited to take part in one of four community conversations about public safety with Oklahoma City Police Chief Bill Citty and Fire Chief Keith Bryant.
The Chiefs will provide information on how they are keeping residents protected, discuss the biggest safety issues affecting neighborhoods and answer questions about Police and Fire services.
"Providing information about public safety and soliciting community input is a critical part of our department's success," said Police Chief Citty. "Chief Bryant and I appreciate the fact that crime prevention and fire protection continue to be a priority for residents."
The workshop will be presented four times in May and held at four different locations throughout Oklahoma City. Representatives from the Neighborhood Alliance as well as city, fire and police departments will also be on hand to answer questions:
Tuesday, May 19
Featuring Will Rogers Police Division
Location: St. Anthony Hospital
St. Mary's Conference Room
1000 N Lee
Thursday, May 21
Featuring Hefner Police Division
Location: Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Rockwell Campus, Bldg. 7, Room 101 South
12777 N Rockwell
Tuesday, May 26
Featuring Springlake Police Division
Location: Springlake Metro Technology Center
Big Dipper Conference Room
1900 Springlake Dr
Thursday, May 28:
Featuring Santa Fe Police Division
Location: Integris SW Medical Center Auditorium
4401 S. Western
Reservations requested, but not required. For more information about the workshop or to RSVP call Neighborhood Alliance at 528-6322.