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Why'd You Stop Me?

Supervisor Don Knabe (Retired)

CSW Program

WHY'D YOU STOP ME?

Featured is Jason Lehman, WYSM Founder, Executive Director and Long Beach Police Officer. In 2011 he was informed of a plot to kill police officers, however the power to arrest these individuals was limited as their identities were not revealed. Jason realized that there needed to be an educational component to policing to increase the understanding of police procedures and interactions with the community at large to address the lack of trust between the police and community.  

For more information on the "Why'd You Stop Me?" organization, please visit WYSM.org

SUPERVISOR DON KNABE (RETIRED)

Now Retired, then Los Angeles County Fourth District Supervisor Don Knabe endorses 8th District Long Beach City Councilman incumbent Al Austin for re-election.

CSW PROGRAM

The CSW program is an award winning program under the leadership of the City Prosecutor Doug Haubert.  Haubert has championed a community service component where fines can be worked off by giving back to the community, while inadvertently installing a sense of pride in the CSW recipient.

The CSW program is an innovative program that beautifies and restores public areas. The CSW program provides additional labor to neighborhood associations, nonprofits, and public agencies while allowing residents facing minor offenses to volunteer in and serve their community. In 2015, CSW workers completed an astonishing 31,349 hours of community service.



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