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Announcing a Q and A with LAPD Seargent David Krumer

11:41 AM PDT on May 23, 2011

Krumer at the June 2010 Los Angeles Critical Mass.

Over the past year, LAPD Sergent David Krumer has emerged as one of the key figures in the Los Angeles bicycle scene.  Charged with improving relationships between the LAPD and the bicycling community Krumer has been involved with the LAPD's presence at Critical Mass, the "Give ME 3" Poster Campaign that is now being used to rally cyclists statewide, better LAPD training videos and even an outreach plan to help cyclists better lock their bikes.

While Krumer has developed a reputation for reading cyclist blog and message boards and responding to concerns, I thought it would be useful to have a place to ask the Sergent questions directly.  As a result, I'm inviting all readers to leave any questions they might have about anything bike related for Krumer.  We'll post his answers later next week.

While Krumer has a pretty good sense of humor (someone better ask about e-bikes!) let's try and keep the tone somewhat respectful.

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