Henderson police want to hear from you about issues affecting the community.
The department is inviting residents to come out and speak with officers during its first Talk Shop with Cops community event. It's scheduled for Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Henderson Multigenerational Center, 250 S. Green Valley Parkway.
"We want the community to know what we are doing to help make our city safe," Henderson police Chief Patrick Moers said. "These meetings give us another chance to hear residents' concerns and continue to work together."
The talk will focus on issues such as traffic, crime trends and neighborhood safety, specifically in the West Area Command. Police will hold meetings in the other two area commands in the coming months.
The April 30 meeting will be hosted by Capt. Bobby Long and will feature a question and answer period after a presentation.
The event is free and all Henderson residents are encouraged to attend.
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