104th Precinct Report 3-2020 - JuniperCivic.com
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Originally published in the March 2020 Juniper Berry Magazine

104th Precinct Report 3-2020

I am sure everyone is looking forward to spring just around the corner.

Our job as police officers is to keep you safe and I assure you the men and women of the 104th Precinct are proud to do that every day. With that being said, I wanted to share with you some safety tips in order to protect yourself and your family from become victims of a crime. Taking a few simple actions to protect yourself can help deter a crime of opportunity.

• Lock your vehicle doors at all times, even when parked in your drive way.

• Do not leave key fobs and other belongings in your vehicle.

• Be mindful of your belongings in public places.

Do not leave bags or other belongings unattended.

• Lock your windows when not in your home.

• If you receive a phone call appearing to be from the Social Security Administration or a law enforcement agency asking for money or personal information, be it from a person or a robocall, it's very likely that this is a scam.

• Lastly, as always if you see something, say something.

These tips can prevent the loss and inconvenience of property being stolen as well as keep you and your family safe.

I wish you all a happy and healthy spring!

March 2020 Juniper Berry Magazine

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