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South Vista Communities

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To our CFMH program members, Neighborhood Watch and Business Watch… members and Vista residents, In the weeks ahead, the Vista Sheriff’s Station is planning to host a Community Connection Meeting to answer public safety concerns and questions impacting Vista and its residents. You will also meet our new command staff: Captain Justin White, Lieutenants Nancy Blanco and David Buether.


The purpose of this meeting is to allow residents, community managers and business owners to ask questions and get answers from our command staff about community policing, crime in your area, traffic concerns, and
quality of life. You will also have an opportunity to submit questions via email beforehand or ask questions during the event. The meeting will run about 45-60 minutes using a two-way video format, Microsoft Team. It
will the first of its kind and we anticipate doing other meetings every couple of months.

We are also planning to have some in-person (socially-distanced) meetings. Everyone is welcome to attend either or both types of meeting.
Please reply to me at Henry.Tirado@sdsheriff.org if you would like to join the Vista Sheriff’s Station Community Connection Meeting and be part of our outreach efforts to continue to keep Vista safe.

I look forward to your reply at the soonest.Thank you, Henry
Henry John Tirado, usmc ret.
Crime Prevention Unit
San Diego County Sheriff’s Department
Vista Patrol Station
325 S. Melrose Dr., Suite 210
Vista, CA 92081
Desk (760)940-4352

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