Sheriff Villanueva attended the 2020 Crime Summit
On Saturday, February 15, 2020, Sheriff Villanueva attended the 2020 Crime Summit hosted by the Councilwoman Tana McCoy from the city of Compton.
At the meeting, Sheriff Villanueva expressed his appreciation for the collaborative efforts made by LASD Special Victims Bureau, the FBI and the Homeland Security Investigations Human Trafficking units to prevent and stop sex crimes involving Human Trafficking.
Sheriff Villanueva emphasized that the Compton Sheriff’s Station, along with the whole Sheriff’s Department, is committed to protect the communities we serve. The violent crime rate had been reduced in 2019 and we will continue to work in the most efficient manner to achieve a further success.
In the meeting, the Operation Safe Streets Bureau Lieutenant Diviak and Detective Beltran from Narcotics bureau also conducted presentations to explain violent crimes, gangs and common street drugs. They answered questions raised by the community members relating to weapons, school safety and neighborhood watch.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is willing to stay connected with our communities and their culture to make a positive impact. We will grow together with the community leadership and keep our city safe.