Community Safety Conversations

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The Woodland Police Department invites the community to participate in a series of discussions on public safety. These conversations will involve an exchange of ideas to help the department better serve Woodland.

“It’s important that our community understands how Woodland Police Department operates,” said Chief Derrek Kaff. “Not only do we want to pull back the curtain on our operations, we want and welcome input from the public.”

“I encourage everyone in our community to join us and help us create a stronger Woodland together,” said Chief Kaff.


                      WHAT:          Community Safety Conversations #2

                      WHEN:         Tuesday, November 10, 2020

                      TIME:            6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

                      DETAILS:     The meeting will only be conducted in English and Spanish. This presentation will not be broadcasted live                                                on TV Channel 20 (English) and WAVE Channel 21 (Spanish). Recordings of the live event will be posted                                               on this page following the event.

                     ZOOM LINK:        (Spanish translation option available)

  1. The public is encouraged to listen to the Community Safety Conversations event live via the Zoom link above. The Zoom presentation will have an option to listen in English or Spanish via translator.  
  2. If you wish to ask a question for the Community Safety Conversations, there are three (3) ways to do that: 1) Join the Zoom Community Safety Conversations event by clicking on the Zoom link above. If you have a question during the live Zoom event, please select the raise your hand image or dial *9 if on a phone; 2) Leave a voice mail message at (530) 661-7920. All voice mail messages received by 6:00 p.m. will be played during the Community Safety Conversations event at the appropriate time; and 3) If you are watching the live Zoom event and wish to ask a question you may submit an email to Email comments submitted to be read and shall be no more than five (5) minutes when read aloud. Please include the topic of your question in the email subject line. 

     Questions can be submitted via email:        


Click on the presentation link you wish to view:

English Presentation

Spanish Presentation