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Sep 19

If You See Something, Say Something ... Report Suspicious Activity

Posted to This blog is part of the City's Let's Talk Public Safety Program on September 19, 2019 at 5:00 PM by Deputy Aaron Scheller

Since its launch in July 2010, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s signature national campaign “If You See something, Say Something” has been widely embraced and adopted on a local level by communities nationwide.

The campaign’s call to action is simple: if you see something out of the ordinary or if you get a sense that a crime is about to occur in your neighborhood, place of work, or wherever you may be, immediately notify law enforcement

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Mar 20

How to Detect and not Fall for Distraction Burglaries

Posted to This blog is part of the City's Let's Talk Public Safety Program on March 20, 2019 at 12:49 PM by Deputy Aaron Scheller

A burglary of your home is bad enough, but what if your home when it occurs and you don’t even know it’s happening. No, I’m not talking about overpaying for cable services, which is a crime in itself. I’m referring to a trend that appears to be making a comeback - distraction burglaries. This type of crime occurs when an individual distracts a homeowner under a false pretense while someone goes inside the home to steal valuables.

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Feb 14

License Plate Law Going Into Effect Jan. 1 To Help With Toll Evasion ... and Crime Reduction

Posted to This blog is part of the City's Let's Talk Public Safety Program on February 14, 2019 at 5:37 PM by Deputy Aaron Scheller

A state bill that goes into effect January 1, and will help law enforcement in detecting and apprehending criminals. Assembly Bill 516, referred to as the “Electronic Report of Sale and Temporary License Plate” bill was actually created with California toll roads in mind.

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