Marqueece Harris-Dawson

Los Angeles City Council

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Los Angeles city councilman, representing the 8th District (Baldwin Hills, West Adams, Crenshaw)

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The LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership (CSP) started in 2011 in high-crime areas to focus on building trust between police and residents.

Will changes to LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership build trust with residents?

The LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership (CSP) started in 2011 in high-crime areas to focus on building trust between police and residents.

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When Metro announced that a 1.3 mile section of the Crenshaw/LAX light-rail line, currently under construction, was planned to go through Crenshaw’s main thoroughfare, Councilman…

Destination Crenshaw: 1.3 miles of "unapologetically black" art

When Metro announced that a 1.3 mile section of the Crenshaw/LAX light-rail line, currently under construction, was planned to go through Crenshaw’s main thoroughfare, Councilman…

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Yesterday, there was standing room only at the Hamilton United Methodist Church in South Los Angeles, where  City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson had called an "emergency meeting."

The LAPD Can't Do It Alone in South Los Angeles

Yesterday, there was standing room only at the Hamilton United Methodist Church in South Los Angeles, where  City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson had called an "emergency meeting."

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