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NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH MEETING:      

Good afternoon,

I’m sorry about the late notice, I was just informed that I will be unable to host my neighborhood watch meeting which is scheduled for the month of March.  Due to issues beyond my control, my regularly scheduled neighborhood watch meeting, which was scheduled for Thursday, March 8th, 2018 has been cancelled.  I apologize for the late notice and any inconvenience.

My neighborhood watch meeting for the month of April, will go on as planned on Thursday, April 12th, 2018 @ 7 00P.M., at The Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 17037 Plummer Street in Northridge. Please join me April 12th, 2018 for a detailed crime update.

Respectfully,

Efren Corral   #35472

Senior Lead Officer

Los Angeles Police Department

Devonshire Area

10250 Etiwanda Avenue

Northridge, CA 91325

Desk: (818) 832-0746

Cell:   (424) 339-4079

Email: 35472@lapd.online

Please join me for a detailed crime update for the Devonshire Area.

With the Holiday season year around, the Los Angeles Police Department has put together some tips to ensure that your holiday celebrations are safe for you and your family.
Exercise caution when traveling to and from celebrations;
• Don’t drink and drive! Alcohol and drugs affect judgment, reaction time, concentration, vision and play a major role in traffic collisions.
• Call 911 if you see a drunk driver on the road.
• Help friends and those you know are drunk to make other arrangements.

Before going out,
• Plan a safe way home.
• Designate a sober driver and leave your car keys at home.

When attending celebrations,
• Know your safe limit
• Have something to eat before consuming alcoholic beverages.
• Don’t leave a party and go back to your car unescorted or out of sight.

If you are hosting an event
• Have non-alcoholic beverage options available for your guests.
• Arrange ahead for an official designated driver for your guests who will not drink at all and/or, find alternative transportation for your intoxicated guests.
• Holidays are often a time for families to reconnect and spend quality time together. Family dynamics often play out that can result in conflict.

Finally, be extra cautious and aware of strangers at your door during the Holiday season.
• Criminals sometimes pose as couriers delivering gifts.
• Be aware that it is common for criminals to take advantage of the generosity of people during the holiday season by soliciting donations door-to-door for charitable causes although no charity is really involved. Ask for identification and verify how the funds will be used. If you have any concerns, don’t donate.

We at LAPD are depending on you to team up with us, to make our communities a safer place to live, to work and to play. It is our sincere hope that this information will enable you and your family to enjoy your Holiday season.

 

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