NCC WESTERN REGIONAL COMMUNITY MEETING - Monday, September 23, 2013 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

You are cordially invited to attend the New Castle County

Department of Public Safety & Community Governing’s

Regional Community Meeting (West)

Monday, September 23, 2013

Hockessin PAL 
7259 Lancaster Pike
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Director Joseph Bryant, Jr.

Opening Remarks
County Executive Thomas P. Gordon

Division of Police

Office of Emergency Management

Storm Season Preparation

Emergency Communications
Smart 911

Code Enforcement
Civil Penalties

Community Governing
Constituent Services


The New Castle County Department of Public Safety and the Office of Community Governing will begin holding Regional community meetings to discuss the County’s predictive policing, storm preparation, code enforcement and constituent services.  The County has been divided into five districts and each district will have quarterly regional meetings.  (See attachment for county regional boundaries)  Civic and community members will be invited to attend these meetings.

In an effort to consolidate the number of meetings the New Castle County Police Community Services Unit (CSU) attends, we will be an integral part of these meetings.   Your CSU district officer will still be available to provide crime stats and important information such as crime trends in your areas through emails and phone calls. Your CSU district officer will attend meetings upon request through S/Sgt. Karen Messner.  This approach will give these officers more time to provide preventative programs to the citizens of New Castle County as well as specifically address repetitive issues in a particular area.

Attached you will find an invitation to your regional meeting as well as important phone numbers to pass out to the members of your community.

If you have any questions, please contact S/Sgt. Messner.


William Shahan Jr.
Executive Assistant II
Community Governing

S/Sgt. Karen Messner                                                
Community Services Supervisor
New Castle County Police                                                               

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