Our Project Makes the NBC news – https://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/south-bay/residents-take-securing-their-neighborhood-into-their-own-hands/2213679/
May 6, 2019 meeting makes 2 news channels – click each link to view.
Slide presentation from meeting Safer SJ community meeting – 5.6
11 Minute Video of May 6, 2019 meeting showing San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and Santa Clara County Deputy DA Josue Fuentes speaking in great support of our security camera project.
Video of entire May 6, 2019 meeting in 3, thirty minute parts below.
SAFER San Jose would like to invite you to their first community meeting, see details below. A big thank you to Councilmember Sergio Jimenez for reserving this location for us. In this meeting you will hear about the current status of the CALMS Security Camera and Sign project from Round One of the Bernal to Bailey Participatory Budgeting Process.
You will also hear directly from speakers listed below in support of this project and ask them questions;
- San Jose D2 Councilmember, Sergio Jimenez
- San Jose Police Chief, Eddie Garcia
- San Jose Mayor, Sam Liccardo
- Santa Clara County Deputy District Attorney, Josue Fuentes
Location: Los Paseos Elementary School Cafeteria (121 Avenida Grande, San Jose)
When: Monday May 6, 2019
Doors open: 6:45 PM
Start Time: 7:00 PM
Duration: 75 Minutes
Keep in mind this invitation is intended for neighborhoods south of Bernal Road, north of Bailey, east of the Santa Teresa foothills and West of Hwy 101.
The city of San Jose and SAFER San Jose, INC. have entered into an agreement that will provide SAFER San Jose, INC $595,000 to strategically install security systems in up to 300 homes and install video security signs on city street light post. This project only includes neighborhoods south of Bernal Road, north of Bailey, east of the Santa Teresa foothills and West of Hwy 101.
There is still much work to be done for the full completion of this project, but the good news is, SAFER San Jose, INC is committed and dedicated to getting things done. Some of the next steps include updated camera testing, contractor selection, sign installation, and working with community members who will receive surveillance systems. Our goal is to complete this project as soon as possible.
We ask that you join us at our kick off meeting in May where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the project. Details about this meeting are forthcoming.
This website is the best place to keep current on this Security Camera project.