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Too often citizens find themselves to be the first person to witness something “unusual” or “out of the ordinary” that may require the attention of the police in order to avoid a crime being committed and another person being victimized. Sometimes, you may even be the first to observe an actual crime, like a bank robbery, or you may even be the victim of one! If you happen to ever encounter a situation like this please try to remember to CALL THE POLICE IMMEDIATELY!
This may seem like a no brainer; but after having been faced with a stressful or unusual situation, sometimes you may forget that the most important people to contact in order to help you and make you feel somewhat safe again is the police. The police department would like to remind you that seconds count when police are responding to a crime and that timeliness in reporting information to the police increases our ability to get to you and help you and to“catch the bad guy.”
How often do you see late night infomercials and advertisements that promise a big return on very little investment? We all know better than to readily accept that so much can be gained when there is minimal effort involved. Most of us function under the understanding that, “If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably isn’t.” However, I happen to know of at least one program that through your minimal effort a significant gain can be made. The program that provides this opportunity is known as the “Neighborhood Watch Group.”
Recently the crime information line that had been in place until late last year was resurrected. Citizens who wish to obtain current information concerning crime and other criminal activity that may affect them can be obtained by calling:The Neighborhood Watch Group maintains a crime information line that provides citizens with information on crime and suspicious activity that takes place in the Village. To listen to these reports you may call the following toll free number: 1-877-371-2949
This information is updated weekly.