Dear Greenbrae Residents:
On March 3, 2014, the Greenbrae Property Owners Association hosted a Community Meeting at the Central Marin Police Authority’s station house. Approximately fifteen members of law enforcement, including CMPA Chief Todd Cusimano, Marin County Sheriff Robert Doyle, California Highway Patrol Captain Shon Harris, along with Marin County Supervisor Katie Rice and Larkspur City Councilmembers Catherine May and Kevin Harloff attended this meeting. Approximately 80 residents also attended. The GPOA thanks everyone who organized, presented at, and attended this meeting, which lasted for over two hours. The following summary captures some of the issues that were discussed:
- Crime levels in Greenbrae in 2013 were below the average of the last ten years.
- Many of the robberies in the area result in arrests. The CMPA is going to work to communicate the results of investigations so people better understand the whole issue.
- The recent armed robbery in Greenbrae is under investigation. There is a good lead on the case and the criminals may already be in custody for another crime. The crime was not random; it appears that the criminals did not rob their intended victims.
- Solutions such as private security patrols, dedicated Sheriff’s deputies, security cameras, and license plate readers were discussed.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in devoting your time to working on improving neighborhood security by joining the working group of concerned homeowners the GPOA has organized.
Very truly yours,