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APD July 2013 Foothills Area Property Crimes Report Statistics

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APD July 2013 Foothills Area Property Crimes Report Statistics

Post  Admin on Wed Aug 07, 2013 1:11 pm

Dear Foothills Area Command Community Leaders,

Are you ‘hardening your target’ and aware of the most common days of the week and times for property crimes last month for the Foothills?

Below are the crime statistics for the month of July in the Foothills Area Command when the highest number of these types of crimes occurred:

Auto Burglary: Tuesdays between 1:00 – 5:00 am
Residential Burglary: Wednesdays between 9:00 am and Noon
Auto Theft (Stolen Vehicles): Thursday 11:00 pm through Friday 4:00 am

How can you reduce your chances of being a property crime victim?
• Lock up doors and windows.
• If you have alarms, use them!
• If there is a strange person on your doorstep, acknowledge your presence, but don’t open the door unless you feel 100% safe.
• If a solicitor is aggressive, refusing to leave, trying door knobs, peering in windows call 242-COPS (2677) immediately!
• Report suspicious activity to 242-COPS from a safe place; don’t confront or chase people. Your personal safety comes first!
• Inspect your home with crime prevention in mind. I can help you!
Contact me for a residential security assessment appointment.
• Utilize existing Neighborhood Watch groups – revitalize groups who have dwindled, reach out to new neighbors on your block.
• Contact Steve Sink at 924-3600 to learn how to start a new Neighborhood Watch group on your block.

Stay safe,
Jill Garcia, Crime Prevention Specialist
Foothills Area Command, APD
12800 Lomas Blvd NE
332-5240

The most important things start at the grassroots level –
Consider forming a Neighborhood Watch group on your block today!

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