WESTCHESTER (CBSLA.com) — The first in a series of meetings seeking public comment on a bid by LAPD Chief Charlie Beck for a second term saw a light turnout Wednesday night.
About 25 people attended the meeting at the Westchester Senior Center to hear from Beck, who said despite making progress since was appointed in 2009, he believes he has more to offer Los Angeles.READ MORE: Food Truck Crashes In Vernon; One Dead
The low turnout may have been affected by the Los Angeles Kings playing Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, officials said. Beck said he was satisfied by the turnout.
KNX 1070’s Megan Goldsby reports the public hearing by the police commission that was scheduled to run for two hours was over in 30 minutes.