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LWV League of Women Voters of California
Los Angeles County, CA April 10, 2001 Election
 Smart Voter Frank M. Tavelman

Candidate for
City Attorney; City of Los Angeles

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Deputy District Attorney
  • Deputy District Attorney (Criminal Prosecutor)
  • Former In-House Legal Counsel for Business
  • Reserve Los Angeles Police Officer
  • Founding Director Hollywood PAL (program to help kids stay out of trouble)
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Reduce Crime (TNT "Targeted Neighborhood Teams)
  • Increase Quality of Life (QUEST "Quality Urban Environment Strike Team)
  • Stop the Flow of Wasted Tax-Payer Dollars (LIMIT "Liability Management Intervention Team)
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Position Papers
Crime Reduction - Targeted Neighborhood Teams ("TNT")
It is important for the City Attorney, the police and the community to work together to focus on community problems revolving around crime. This program, which is based upon a very successful program from the San Diego City Attorney, will make help reduce crime.
Quality Urban Environment Strike Team ("QUEST")
The City Attorney has a direct on improving the quality of life in all our neighborhoods. However this can be best achieved by a unified effort between the City Attorney, the community, and other city agencies. This program is the answer!
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