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Alert citizen, quick police response stops thief in his tracks

Officers responded to a reported burglary in progress shortly after 9:00 pm, Monday night, at Discount Tire on Southwinds Drive. A worker at a nearby business reported the in-progress crime. 141 more words

Media Release

#StandWithDetroitBatman

My Brother in urban safety, Walter Gildersleeve Aka #DetroitBatman, is facing push back and phony allegations that he’s impersonating a police officer. I’ve yet to see departments issue members superhero code names and colorful t-shirts but what do I know? 90 more words

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Stay Safe

Your area might not be part of the Neighbourhood Watch Scheme, however you can still take steps in your own home to stay safe. Here is are a few tips from the Neighbourhood Watch Members’ Guide.

Community Safety

PHOTOS: Police engage with youth during Crime Prevention Week

As part of Crime Prevention Week in Alberta, Edmonton Police Service constables from Northeast Division played basketball with students at Clairview Community Recreation Centre, after meeting with the junior high school students at John D. 610 more words

Local News

Home surveillance video shows m.o. used by crooks targeting Franklin neighborhoods

Video from a home surveillance system shows overnight auto burglars jump out of the suspect vehicle and into action in the Falcon Creek subdivision, early Sunday morning. 152 more words

Media Release

Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is defined as a multi-disciplinary approach to deterring criminal behavior through environmental design. CPTED strategies rely upon the ability to influence offender decisions that precede criminal acts by affecting the built, social and administrative environment. 94 more words

Academic Papers

AGM 2018 minutes

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF WYCOMBE DISTRICT NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH ASSOCIATION
TUESDAY 24th April 2018, TRINITY UNITED REFORMED CHURCH, LONDON ROAD, HIGH WYCOMBE
Attendees: Committee – Chair Stan Jones, Geoff Pegg, Doug Meredith, Ian Burrell, and John Moore. 569 more words

Crime Prevention