My name is Pam Renck. I have lived in Anaheim for 20 years and I am a project manager. My hobbies and interests are:
Dirt bike riding
Going to the beach
Playing the guitar
Shooting at the range
I enjoy being on the Chief’s Neighborhood Advisory Council (CNAC) because it brings people from diverse neighborhoods together to improve the quality of life in our neighborhoods through collaboration and the exchange of ideas.
Community Involvement & Volunteerism
Community involvement and volunteerism is important to me because I feel it is important to contribute and make a difference in the community in which I live. Volunteering gives me a chance to meet new people in the community. Interesting things I have learned about Anaheim Police Department (APD) include community policing and the great community policing team that APD has to work with neighborhoods and help start neighborhood watch teams. I have also learned how seriously the police department takes their commitment to work in conjunction with the Anaheim citizens. Lastly, I have learned how tough the policing job really is.
The great thing about being a member of CNAC is that it brings us all together to work as a team to improve our neighborhoods and reduce crime in the city of Anaheim. I have a bachelor's of science in business administration. I am also a Citizens Police Academy (PACE) graduate, neighborhood watch captain, and a volunteer at my kid’s schools (band, football, and field trips). One of my proudest accomplishments is graduating the PACE academy.
The best thing about my neighborhood is my neighbors. My husband grew up with many people in our neighborhood and they are all lifetime friends and we can all count on one another. I think it is important to partner with the police department because it is important to be a voice for our neighborhood and community to convey our concerns regarding crime in the area. The APD works closely with us in resolving issues and educating us.