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Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Saturday, October 9, 2021
Wednesday, October 6, 2021
The car "Door Checkers" have been active in District. Do NOT leave anything visible in your car even if it's an empty bag. A door checker may check to see if something in the bag is valuable. Even a locked car will not stop the checker if an item looks interesting.
Vacant Homes and Homes for Sale:
- Police are putting together a county-wide list of homes that are vulnerable to break-ins such as vacant and those listed for sale. Homes on the list will be given extra attention during police patrols.
- Please provide addresses of homes that fit this criteria directly to Cpl. Rannacher at his email address above.
- Real Estate agents - please contact Cpl. Rannacher!
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Division VII Commander Major Mitchell, our new Assistant Commander Captain Martin, Cpl. Rannacher, and Cpl. Blackwell were joined by members of the Division VII Citizens Advisory Council (CAC) in Simmons Acres on September 21st for a Community Walk & Talk with residents. The Walk & Talk allows police to be visible to residents and addresses their comments and concerns one-on-one with the police. Police and CAC members provided crime prevention flyers to residents and passing motorists. When we saw room for improvement, we advised residents on how to better protect their property.
Wednesday, September 15, 2021
91 Speed Camera and Red-light Tickets Did Not Stop a Driver from Killing a 3-month-old Baby Girl in Brooklyn, NY
- A driver with 91 speed-camera and red-light tickets hit and killed a 3-month-old baby girl in Brooklyn on Saturday — and no one can understand how a driver with 91 speed-camera and red-light tickets, and multiple license suspensions, was still on the road to hit and kill a 3-month-old baby girl in Brooklyn.
- The mayor doesn’t even know, telling reporters on Tuesday (three days after he was first asked about it) that he’ll have to get back to them with details of why his administration has failed to implement the only existing law designed to hold the most reckless drivers accountable by requiring them to take an in-person safety class or have their car seized.
Saturday, September 11, 2021
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