Crime Prevention Coordinator, Jennifer Burbridge, sent out her first community safety newsletter this week. We’ve posted it below, as well as included her original version in .pdf format: June 2017 Newsletter.
We received the note below and the attached informational flyer this week from Jennifer Burbridge, Research Analyst who is on assignment with the SW Police Precinct.
Hello SW Precinct community groups and community members,
Attached is a new holiday safety crime prevention bulletin (attached in both PDF and JPEG form)! Captain Davis and I would very much appreciate this bulletin getting distributed to your community groups, listserves, neighbors and families.
We often see an increase in package thefts around the holiday season- and we would like to make sure we provide our community with this very important information and prevention techniques.
Please feel free to let us know if you have any questions!
Thank you so much for you assistance in getting this important information out to our community.
Seattle University Graduate Research Analyst
Micro-Community Policing Plans
Seattle Police Department- SW Precinct
As she notes, please share this information! Here is the holiday-safety-bulletin flyer in .PDF format, and below as a graphic.
We received this new Public Safety newsletter from Crime Prevention Coordinator, Mark Solomon, today. Please take a moment to share with family, friends, and your neighbors — as well as with any of your visitors who come from outside of Seattle.
Here’s the Holiday Safety newsletter in a more printable .pdf format.
Our community’s Crime Prevention Coordinator, Mark Solomon, sent out a new newsletter this week.
We’ve also attached this newsletter it in .pdf format, so you can print and share it!
Seattle Police Email Newsletter, October 2015
I know many of us are anxiously following reports in the West Seattle Blog and other local media about the recent arsons in our community.
Mark Solomon, our Crime Prevention Coordinator from SPD, sent us the following update about the incidents this afternoon. Please share this information with your friends and neighbors. Click here for a printable .pdf version.