Eric J. Perrodin - Mayor Of Compton | KCET
Eric J. Perrodin - Mayor Of Compton
As told by Student Producer
In the City of Compton, Eric J. Perrodin has replaced his badge with the suit of a politician. Mr. Perrodin, once a policeman is now the mayor of Compton and focuses on city planning, aimed at creating more green space outlets for Compton's youth. As a policy maker, he tries to break down the cultural barriers that plague the community and the remaining problems still lingering in the streets. As a former policeman, Mr. Perrodin was on the front lines fighting the drug and gang infested streets of Compton in the 1980's. More than once he's been targeted by the Barn Yard Crips that reigned in the Richland Farms area.
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