The Fayetteville Police Department is pleased to announce its involvement with a multi-agency initiative known as the Community Wellness and Public Safety Council (CWPSC) and invites the public for input at its meeting on Wednesday, May 19th at 3pm in the First Floor Assembly Room at the Fayetteville Police Department on 467 Hay Street.
The CWPSC consists of members from city council, local law enforcement, emergency services, government, community watch, disabled citizens, and volunteers. The council will meet every six weeks to discuss community wellness/safety issues and concerns that have been identified throughout the community. The goal is to come up with ideas to reduce or eliminate the issues that adversely affect the safety of our community.
“We hope citizens will take a proactive approach to this initiative and join us”, says Fayetteville Police Chief Tom Bergamine. “With BRAC on the horizon and an influx of brand new faces in our community forthcoming, what better opportunity to show them that we care?”
“This is another great example of the cooperation between Fort Bragg and our surrounding communities,” said COL Stephen Sicinski, Fort Bragg’s Garrison Commander. “By working together, we can increase our effectiveness in reducing crime, increasing safety and making our whole community a better place to live for everyone.” If you have any questions about the CWPSC, contact Dan Grubb, Public Information Officer at 910-433-1896.