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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Meet and Greet With Sheriff’s Dept.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Sheriff's Department Capt. Lisa Miller
Local residents are invited to meet key members of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Santee Station at a meet-and-greet event on Wednesday, Feb. 27 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Kaffee Meister coffee shop at 9225 Carlton Hills Blvd. in Santee.
The station’s commanding officer, Capt. Lisa Miller, will deliver a brief welcome and introduce a half-dozen members of her staff, including  a traffic enforcement officer, a patrol deputy, a detective and a patrol lieutenant.

“There is really no set agenda,” Miller said. “It’s  really informal. It’s a way for us to open ourselves to the community.”
Based on similar events elsewhere in the county, Miller expects to hear from folks who have concerns related to law enforcement activity.

“If you have concerns that you don’t feel have been addressed, that’s what we’re here for,” she said.
Miller said it’s the first community meeting she has held since taking command of the Santee station last September.

Traffic and speeding problems are popular topics, but residents may also want to hear more information about a continuing series of vehicle burglaries in Santee. Residents of the Sky Ranch neighborhood have also expressed concerns about skateboarders going down the steep hill at high speeds.
The Santee sheriff’s station is the headquarters for approximately 100 Sheriff’s Department employees who provide law enforcement for the city of Santee as well as the communities of Alpine, Lakeside, and unincorporated portions of El Cajon.

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