Focus groups forming

We received the following note this month from Jennifer Burbridge and are passing it along. Since we don’t hold meetings over the summer months, please get in touch with Puao directly if you and/or members of your neighborhood are interested.

Hello all,

Some of you may have received this email from Puao (the new Micro-Community Policing Plan Research Analyst for the SW Precinct), regarding focus groups in each of your communities. She is hoping to get feedback from as many community members as possible regarding crime and safety concerns to continue to inform the Micro-Community Policing Plans!

Many of you have been involved with these focus groups in the past; they typically last about 45 minutes to an hour and are a semi-structured conversation about crime and safety concerns, thoughts on the Seattle Police Department and suggested improvements in your unique neighborhoods.

Puao would very much appreciate your assistance in scheduling these focus groups, ideally during already established and scheduled community meetings- to hopefully ensure maximum participation. Please let her know when you think would be best to schedule these discussions.

Thank you for your time and your ongoing commitment to the Micro-Community Policing Plan project!

Let me and/or her know if you have any questions!

Jennifer Burbridge, Crime Prevention Coordinator

Southwest Precinct, Seattle Police Department

Desk: (206) 256-6820, Cell: (206) 471-2849

Jennifer.Burbridge@seattle.gov

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From: Savusa, Puao
Sent: Friday, June 16, 2017 10:57 AM
Subject: Focus Groups

Good morning!

My name is Puao Savusa and I am the new Research Analyst at the Southwest Precinct, I will be replacing Joseph Singer (Joey), the previous RA who recently graduated, and I have also received the opportunity to work more closely with Jennifer Burbridge (Jen) who is the current crime prevention coordinator also at the SW precinct. In the coming weeks, I will be conducting focus groups and am reaching out to you to see if I could utilize community meetings in order to do so, and to discuss crime and safety concerns. Please let me know what your thoughts are on this and if you’d like to move forward with this, I’d love to discuss the details if this sounds like a good idea. Thank you!

I hope to hear from you soon.

Best,

Puao

Puao Savusa, Research Analyst

Seattle Police Department, Southwest Precinct

puao.savusa@seattle.gov

Join us tomorrow, Tuesday, April 25th to talk crime prevention!

WSBWCN-giant-logocurrentJennifer Burbridge, our new Crime Prevention Coordinator, but a familiar face to many, will be our guest!

Last month, we learned that Jennifer Burbridge is stepping into a new role. She’ll be taking over crime prevention in the SW Precinct from Mark Solomon. Mark has been covering crime prevention for BOTH the SW and the South precincts. Fortunately, he’ll still be nearby working on crime prevention in the South Precinct.

Come meet and hear from Jennifer. She will outline her new responsibilities and talk about what her focus will be. We’re curious to hear how she plans to interact with the neighborhoods and with our organization of Block Watch Captains.

Please bring your questions, thoughts and ideas for our new SW Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator!

Meeting schedule (Come early, stay late!)

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017, 6:30-8 PM

At the SW Police Precinct, 2300 SW Webster Street (at Delridge Ave SW, next to Home Depot)

6:00-6:30             Arrive early for light snacks, socialize and network with each other while we set up!

6:30-7:00              Introductions, announcements. Update from SW Precinct.

7:00-8:00              Jennifer Burbridge, Crime Prevention discussion.

8:00-8:30              Feel free to stay after the meeting to continue your discussions.

Everyone is welcome, even if you aren’t a Block Watch Captain!  RSVP is appreciated, but not necessary to attend.  You can contact us at wsblockwatchnet@gmail.com.

We hope you can join us!

Deborah Greer and Karen Berge
West Seattle Block Watch Captains’ Network (WSBWCN)

Added, 4/27/17:  Here’s the coverage and follow-up from this meeting!

Follow-up from our March meeting

Many thanks to those of you who attended and participated in our monthly meeting on Tuesday evening!

We especially appreciated the update and insights about recent crime in our area from SW Precinct Commander, Captain Pierre Davis. As well, Crime Prevention Coordinator, Mark Solomon gave an informative presentation about 9-1-1 that addressed some of the confusion that many in our community have.

West Seattle Blog has since posted coverage of our meeting, as well as this related story about Jennifer Burbridge who will be our new Crime Prevention Coordinator in this precinct.

Note that our next meeting will take place on Tuesday, April 25th, 6:30 – 8 PM, in the Community Meeting Room at the SW Precinct. Hope to see you there!

Holiday Safety information from SPD

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.

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Seattle Police Email Newsletter – November 30 2016 – page 1 of 2

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Seattle Police Email Newsletter – November 30 2016 – page 2 of 2

 

Here’s the Holiday Safety newsletter in a more printable .pdf format.

Night Out is just one week away!

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Night Out 2016 is August 2nd!

We received the following note from Crime Prevention Coordinator, Mark Solomon this morning, and are passing it along:

Dear Community Friends –

We are one week away from National Night Out Against Crime.  Many of you have registered your events with us; we very much appreciate that, and the invitations you have extended to us to stop by your events.

If you haven’t yet registered your event, it’s not too late. Our registration link is active until 5pm, Monday, August 1st.  This event is always fun and a great way to reconnect with neighbors and meet new ones.

Use the following link to register your event; registration will allow you to block off your (non-arterial) street – http://www.seattle.gov/police/nightout/.

Printable invitations and street closure signs can be found at: http://www.seattle.gov/police/nightout/materials.htm

We hope to see you at your Night Out Event!

Mark

New SPD Community Safety newsletter has arrived!

We received a new newsletter yesterday from Mark Solomon, our community’s Crime Prevention Coordinator – please pass it along to your friends and neighbors!

SPD Community Safety Newsletter, June 2016, page 1 of 2

SPD Community Safety Newsletter, June 2016, page 1 of 2

SPD Community Safety Newsletter, June 2016, page 1 of 2

SPD Community Safety Newsletter, June 2016, page 2 of 2

We’ve also attached this newsletter it in printable .pdf format, so you can share it!
Seattle Police Email Newsletter 138