The second of the “We Work For You” community meetings will be held by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office on May 15 at Union Mine High School.
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The meeting, from 6-8 p.m., is aimed at District 2 and will feature Sheriff John D’Agostini, Sheriff’s Office administrators and District 2 Supervisor Ray Nutting. They will present crime trends in the district and resources available to the community. They will also answer any questions not covered in the presentation.
An overview of the EDSO’s three divisions will be presented by the Sheriff’s Operations Division Commander, the Sheriff’s Office Custody Division Commander and the Sheriff’s Support Services Division Commander. A PowerPoint presentation on the crime trends in the district will be given by the Sheriff’s Crime Analyst.
Representatives of the Sheriff’s Senior Team of Active Retirees, better known as the STARS, Explorers and Reserve program members will also be in attendance to answer questions about their respective programs and how citizens can become volunteers.
Union Mine High School is located at 6530 Koki Lane in El Dorado.