New December Safety Newsletter and a reminder from the SW Precinct!

We’ve received a new crime prevention newsletter as well as an important reminder from Jennifer Burbridge at the SW Police Precinct.

First, her December Safety Newsletter is embedded here, and linked below in .pdf format – it arrived this morning and was accompanied by this note:

As we delve into the holiday season, there are many important crime prevention suggestions to keep in mind.

Attached and provided below is the SW Precinct December Crime Prevention Newsletter, focused on holiday safety!

Let me know if you have any questions.

And keep an eye out for more important holiday crime prevention tips!

Here is the file in .pdf format – so you can easily print it or follow the links.

 

As well, yesterday we received this reminder that the Seattle Public Safety Survey deadline is fast-approaching:

From: Burbridge, Jennifer [mailto:Jennifer.Burbridge@seattle.gov]
Sent: Monday, November 27, 2017 11:43 AM
Subject: Seattle Public Safety Survey- Last Week to Ensure Your Voice is Heard!!!

If you haven’t yet taken the 2017 Seattle Public Safety Survey, I would like to ask you to take a few minutes to do so — The survey will only be available for one more week!

If you have crime or safety concerns, this is your opportunity to voice your opinion. A report on the survey results will be provided to the Seattle Police Department to assist in making Seattle neighborhoods safer and more secure. The survey is accessible at publicsafetysurvey.org through November 30th and is available in 11 languages: Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, English, Korean, Oromo, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Tigrinya and Vietnamese!

Make sure your voice is heard by completing the public safety survey today: http://publicsafetysurvey.org/index.html

Please help us to make sure everyone knows about this opportunity! Feel free to distribute this information to your friends, family, neighbors, community groups and co-workers.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Here are the files in .pdf format – so you can easily print them.

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New Community Safety newsletter from SPD

We received the following note and attached newsletter from Crime Prevention Coordinator, Jennifer Burbridge on Thursday, (September 28th).

Good afternoon,

Attached and provided below is the SW Precinct October monthly crime prevention newsletter- focused on property crime as we head into the holidays and winter season!

As always, please feel free to share this with your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers and community groups.

Few key things to point out:

  • National Coffee with A Cop Day Event- Wednesday October 4th, 2pm- 4pm at the Alki Starbucks
  • Monthly West Seattle Crime Prevention Council meeting- Tuesday October 17th, 7pm at the SW Precinct
  • Reminder to contact me if interested in a free safety/security assessment of your home or business, if you are interested in starting a Block Watch group, or if you are interested in free firearm cable locks

Let us know if you have any questions.

Have a great rest of your day!

We’ve embedded it below in .JPG format, as well as included her original .PDF version here: October 2017 Newsletter_ SW Precinct.

Community Safety Newsletter - October 2017 - page 1 of 2

Community Safety Newsletter – October 2017 – page 1 of 2

Community Safety Newsletter - October 2017 - page 2 of 2

Community Safety Newsletter – October 2017 – page 2 of 2

 

 

 

New Community Safety information from SPD and SDOT

We are passing along the following notes and attached .PDF files from Crime Prevention Coordinator, Jennifer Burbridge. We received this first one last Friday, September 1st.

Hello all,

Attached is the SW Precinct’s September community newsletter (in word and PDF forms), focused on traffic, pedestrian and bicycle safety – especially how it related to children going back to school. I have also attached an informational handout from the Seattle Department of Transportation.

Please feel free to distribute this information to your family, friends, neighbors, community groups and co-workers!

As always, please let me know if you have any questions.
Happy Labor Day weekend 🙂

We’ve embedded them below in .JPG format, as well as included her original .PDF versions: September 2017 Newsletter_ SW Precinct and Pedestrian.Bicycle Safety Flyer_SDOT.

Community Safety Newsletter – September 2017 – page 1 of 2

Community Safety Newsletter – September 2017 – page 2 of 2

Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety flyer from SDOT

 

The following note and attached information arrived from Jennifer in mid-August while we were on summer hiatus.

Good morning!

With summer still in full swing, the SW Precinct wanted to remind our community members of some important burglary prevention tips!

Attached is a burglary crime prevention bulletin and below are some important points to think about. Also, please remember if you are interested in a free safety/security assessment of your home and/or business – please contact me, your SW Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator at Jennifer.Burbridge@seattle.gov or (206) 256-6820.

Here is the information in .PDF format: Burglary prevention email newsletter and Burglary Crime Prevention Bulletin.

Hope you find this information helpful!

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.

New edition of the SPD community safety newsletter is here!

May 2014 Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 1 of 2

May 2014 Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 1 of 2

May 2014 Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 2 of 2

May 2014 Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 2 of 2

This week, we received a new edition of the Seattle Police Department newsletter from  Mark Solomon, the Crime Prevention Coordinator for the SW and South Police Precincts. We’ve included it below in both .pdf and .jpg format.

Community Safety newsletter (in .pdf format):
Seattle Police Email Newsletter127, May 2014

If your neighborhood doesn’t yet have a Block Watch, Mark is your contact for helping you get started! You’ll find his contact info and more information about SPD Crime Prevention Coordinators here.

Holiday edition of the SPD community safety newsletter is here!

This week, we received a new edition of the Seattle Police Department newsletter from  Mark Solomon, the Crime Prevention Coordinator for the SW and South Police Precincts. We’ve included it below in both .pdf and .jpg format.

Community Safety newsletter (in .pdf format):  Seattle Police Email Newsletter126 – Holiday Safety

December 2013 Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 1 of 2

December 2013 Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 1 of 2

December 2013 Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 2 of 2

December 2013 Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 2 of 2

If your neighborhood doesn’t yet have a Block Watch, Mark is your contact for helping you get started! You’ll find his contact info and more information about SPD Crime Prevention Coordinators here.

October edition of the community safety newsletter is here!

We received a new edition of the Seattle Police Department newsletter today from  Mark Solomon, the Crime Prevention Coordinator for the SW and South Police Precincts. We’ve included it below in both .pdf and .jpg format.

Community Safety newsletter (in .pdf format):  Seattle Police Email Newsletter125 – October 2013

October 2013 Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 1 of 2 (.jpg format)

October Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 1 of 2

October 2013 Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 2 of 2 (.jpg format)

October Seattle Police Department community newsletter, p 2 of 2

If your neighborhood doesn’t yet have a Block Watch, Mark is your contact for helping you get started! You’ll find his contact info at the end of the newsletter.