crime prevention

EAST REGION RESIDENT LEADERSHIP ACADEMY STARTS SOON

 

January 27, 2013 (El Cajon)--The El Cajon Collaborative invites you to join the East Region Resident Leadership Academy starting in late January, continuing every Thursday from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.  This free, 14-week course will give you the knowledge and skills you need to become a leader in the community.

POSSIBLE IDENTITY SCAM ALERT FROM ALPINE SHERIFF

 
August 22, 2012 (Alpine) - Paula Dickenson, crime prevention specialist with the Alpine Sheriff's Substation, has sent the following alert to the community on a possible identity theft scam, along with information on how to protect yourself and your children from identity theft:

Here is an example of Suspicious Activity!  Please call us when this happens.  Never let a stranger into your home.

CRIME PREVENTION VACATION TIPS

 
 
By Paula Dickenson, USN Retired
Crime Prevention Specialist, Alpine and East County Rural Sheriff Substation
 
June 25, 2012 (San Diego's East County)We plan, look forward to and want to enjoy that much deserved time.  It's a vacation!  Whether it's for a couple of days or weeks, don't let yours be ruined by crime.
An empty house is a tempting target and opportunity for a burglar.  On the road, you may become a prime opportunity for the criminal with identity theft, auto burglaries and fraud.

LA MESA POLICE TAKE ADDITIONAL STEPS TO KEEP THE PUBLIC INFORMED: LAUNCH WEEKLY BULLETIN

 
March 26, 2012 (La Mesa) -- The La Mesa Police Department will be providing a weekly “News and Information” bulletin that will provide the public access to current case highlights, traffic enforcement information, crime prevention, emergency preparedness and department highlights. Starting today, this bulletin will be available on the City’s website and updated every Monday morning after 10:00 am. It will provide highlights of La Mesa Police activity from the prior week. This is another way La Mesa is keeping the public informed of recent police related activity. 

SHERIFF'S HOLIDAY WATCH: CRIME PREVENTION UPDATE

 By Paula Dickenson, San Diego Sheriff’s office

 
December 31, 2011 (San Diego) -- New Year’s resolution:  organize that paper monster, make that “To Do List”, control the clutter, sort – purge, sort - purge!  Our new year always begins with positive possibilities for organization. Making those checklists for getting organized for taxes, bills, home repair, even cleaning out the closets helps us keep on course.  For the New Year, we encourage you to consider a “Crime Prevention "To Do List” and a Paper Shredder.