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04-22-14 The Silicon Valley Beat

The Silicon Valley Beat 4-22-2014 Vandalism and tire slashing (not cool), “Operation Safe Passage” 2014, where we test Sgt. Jaeger and our “insights.”

Want to know what goes on at a police department located in the heart of Silicon Valley? 112 more words


Police continues special focus in Alboystown areas - video

-Published on Apr 22, 2014  http://www.capitolnewsonline.com |

Police continues special focus in Alboystown areas

Impact Albouystown is taking shape with Police increasing their mobile and foot patrols in the community. 134 more words


Neighbourhood Police Bike Patrol launched in Cote Saint-Luc, Hampstead, Montreal West

The 2014 summer season is officially underway for the bike patrol team from Neighbourhood Police Station #9 (also known as PDQ 9).

Socio-community agent Marie-Christine Norbert reports that residents of the area served by PDQ 9 will see officers Elyanne Caouette and Josée Bergeron this summer as they cycle on the streets and in the parks of Hampstead, Côte Saint -Luc and Montreal West. 258 more words


Don’t Be Shy

By L.E.A.F.F. (Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters)

The phone number for the EASTVALE POLICE DEPARTMENT is (951) 776-1099.

Remember: DON’T BE SHY. Your job is simply to report an incident, and law enforcement will take your call seriously and check out the situation. 212 more words

Eastvale Community News

Raytown Police to Discuss Financial Scams with Residents

Press Release

Date: 04/19/2014

From: Sgt. Dyon Harper

Raytown Police to Discuss Financial Scams with Residents

The Raytown Police Department will present information about Financial Scams and Fraud, and how residents can better identify it. 107 more words

Press Releases

04-18-14 The Silicon Valley Beat

Silicon Valley Beat 4-18-2014 Its been a great, but crazy week, so we’re a bit late in talking about crime, weather, Leadership Mountain View and, of course, if you “see something, say something.” 129 more words


Initial Meetup and Q&A

There’s a new event up on the Facebook page for a meetup at the Orting Station, April 26th. I’ll be there personally from about 9 AM until 4 PM, barring someone’s schedule doesn’t fit that. 39 more words

Crime Prevention