The Mesa Police Department is here to protect and serve everyone in our city. We understand that this time has been especially challenging for members of the Asian-American community in many ways. Even before physical distancing was encouraged, Asian-American communities across the country were already experiencing a decrease in business, and an increase in xenophobia. In an effort to better understand the needs and concerns of the Asian-American community here locally, and how the Mesa Police Department can support you better, we want to hear from you.
Please let us know what your biggest concerns are at this time. How has COVID-19 impacted you, your families, and your businesses most? What are your biggest needs right now? What questions do you have for the Mesa Police Department? What would you like to see more of from Mesa PD?
Please feel free to forward this email to other members in your community. We would love to hear from as many people as possible.By the way, we would like to get this video done early next week, so if we could get questions from the community by Thursday, April 16th, that would be great!
Please share this info to your community. Contact Mini Salas if you have any questions. Thank you for your time.
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