LBPD Deputy Chief Robert Luna will address residents and answer questions surrounding citizen concerns and education.
"It's a two-way dialogue," Branch President Naomi Rainey told Patch in a telephone interview.
“We have a voice as well.
“It has to be a balance, where we are receiving information, making suggestions but not just reacting.”
Among issues to be discussed are racial profiling, use of excessive force, diversity training, information on less-lethal weaponry, reducing community violence and the availability of youth programs.
The meeting is set for 3 p.m. at the McBride Park and Cal Rec Community Center.