Archive for “Crime Watch”

Quarterly DPD Crime Watch Meeting

January 8, 2016

By Danny Oberst

Security
Crime Watch and Dallas Police

The Dallas Police Department Central Patrol Division had its quarterly crime watch meeting at the Meadows Foundation Center for Community Cooperation (2900 Live Oak) on December 2, 2015. The meeting was well-attended with about fifty concerned citizens, a large number of central patrol police officers and other city service representatives (including our police representative for Bryan Place, NPO Jeff LaBarba and our Code Compliance representative, Jose Ruiz). The 90 minute meeting was lively and included presentations by Mike Rawlings (Mayor),Read more

Dallas Police Department Tips

May 1, 2015

Dallas Crime Watch Resource Package
Safety
Crime Watch

The crime reports for Bryan Place consistently indicate that the two primary crimes in our area include theft of personal items taken from parked vehicles (burglary motor vehicle – BMV) and open garage doors. The following are recent posts from NPO Dang Le of the DPD to help prevent these common crimes. Burglary Motor Vehicle (BMV) Thescrimes represent about half of all crime reported in the City of Dallas and Bryan Place. The National Crime Prevention Council and the DallasRead more

Crime Watch Meeting – Preventing Crime in Bryan Place

December 6, 2014

By Linda Collins

Security
Crime Watch

On November 11, there was a large Crime Watch Meeting held at the Grace Methodist Church, which I attended as your representative. Both First Assistant Police Chief Cato and Major John Lawton, who is in charge of Central Patrol, were theres well as most of the Neighborhood Patrol Of?icers. The meeting was very well‐attended by representatives of all the surrounding neighborhoods. Residents expressed their concerns about crime in the neighborhoods. There was also an opportunity for the police to tell us what theyRead more

Travel Safety Tips

September 8, 2014

By Linda Collins

A blog by the National Crime Prevention Council
Safety
Crime Watch

From the National Crime Prevention Council & McGruff the Crime Dog Many of you are familiar with the image of McGruff the Crime Dog. This month’s crime prevention tips come to you from the National Crime Prevention Council, the home of McGruff. For a safe and happy trip, observe the following travel tips: Pack the least possible amount, and be sure your luggage stays under your control (or that of authorized personnel) at all times. Carry only the credit cardsRead more

McGuff Mobile alerts you to crimes in the Neighborhood

September 8, 2014

By A blog by the National Crime Prevention Council

McGruff Goes Mobile
Safety
Crime Watch and Mobile App

McGuff has gone mobile! Have there been burglaries near your home? Do you know if there are any sex offenders on your street? Now there’s an app for that! Download the McGuff Mobile smartphone app and enroll for free membership. Once enrolled, you’ll be able to view an interactive map displaying crimes and sex offenders in your neighborhood. You will be able to receive alerts and information via email or mobile device for as many addresses as you like, andRead more

Coffee with Cops

December 20, 2013

Community and Security
Crime Watch

The Dallas Police Department held a community outreach event on December 20 and invited the Bryan Place neighbors to have coffee and conversation with our neighborhood police patrolmen. Several patrol officers, along with the Unit Commander and the Sergeant for our area, were there to hear our concerns and answer questions. They brought along their mascot, Officer McGruff in costume, as well as the animated Officer Mike on his remote‐controlled tricycle to fascinate any children who might attend. It provedRead more

DPD Quarterly Crime Meeting Well Attended

October 1, 2012

Security
Crime Watch

Statistically it is shown that having a group reduces crime over ten percent. Read more