WALL TOWNSHIP — The Wall Township Police Department will hold its second town hall later this month after holding its first-ever such meeting in October.
After an event on the south side of the township on Oct. 26, police are scheduled to have another involving residents from the north section of Wall, according to Police Chief Sean O’Halloran.
“We really want it to be an interactive thing…where we can get feedback from the community and see how we can provide better service for them,” the chief told The Coast Star. “Maybe, they [residents] see something that we’re not doing that we could be doing to help them.”
The town hall is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at the Wall First Aid and Rescue Building, located at 1900 Monmouth Blvd. Per its Facebook page, like the department’s last town hall, the topics discussed will be crime trends, car thefts, electric bikes and “other issues Wall Twp is facing.”
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