Burbank police officials are scheduled to update the public on response times, the status of department investigations and other issues at a community meeting Wednesday.
It will be the third such forum, meant to open up access to the public, in two years, said Police Commission Chairwoman Elise Stearns-Niesen.
In addition to police resources, officials are also expected to update the community on recent wildlife sightings — which have included coyotes and mountain lions — and the status of the ongoing repairs to the police building.
Burbank Police Chief Scott LaChasse will also discuss the department’s Strategic Plan, a guide to continued reforms amid investigations into officer misconduct and excessive use of force.
Officials encouraged the public to attend the forum, where they will have an opportunity to ask questions and comment on public safety issues.