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Neighborhood Watch - Meeting #2

Le’Reina Skidmore and Christina Lind-Winters of the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office returned to talk about the Neighborhood Watch program on July 31, 2018 at the Clubhouse. 75 more words

Meeting Notes

Litterbug blues

In the news coverage of the incumbent scorecard interviews in the run-up to Pakistan’s recent elections, one thing really jumped out at me. The backdrop to the interviews on ordinary residential streets looked like the morning after Mardi Gras! 342 more words

Violence Prevention

Know What's Going on Around You: RAIDSONLINE

The Wichita Falls Police Department would like to remind everyone of a free program that is designed to keep you, the citizen, informed of what’s going on around you as it relates to police activity; … 149 more words

Community

Call to Action: Homelessness in LA ... Do Your Fair Share ... by Alice B. Clagett

Dear Ones,

Here is a Call to Action regarding the homeless in Los Angeles, that will increase property values and make our streets safe at night. 161 more words

Law Enforcement - Crime Prevention - Secret Service

Neighbourhood Watch Coordinators needed for your street!

Thank you to everybody who has registered for Neighbourhood Watch!

So far we have residents registered for the scheme on the following streets: Argent Road, Avalon Way, Banner Road, Carmine Road, Consort Avenue, Forty Acre Road, Huntsman Road, Kinsman Way, Osprey Drive, Reynard Road and Spring Drive. 209 more words

Trumpington Meadows

Squeezing in a last-minute vacation before school’s back in session? Franklin Police will keep an extra eye on your home while you do it!

Planning a last-minute vacation or weekend getaway before summer ends?

Franklin Police Officers will keep an extra eye on your home while you’re away.

To take advantage of this… 13 more words

Media Release

Crime Control: Neighborhood Policing

Understanding how crime occurs is vital to reducing victimization.  Criminologist tells us there are three critical drivers of crime:

Community Policing