Elmhurst tree lighting
Build the Blcck meeting 110th Pct.
My new partner, Police Officer Cunningham and I, would like to invite everyone to join us at our Build the Block Neighborhood Policing and Safety Meeting on November 28th, 2018, at 7 pm, located at The Italian Charities of America, 83-20, Queens Boulevard, Elmhurst, NY 11373, 2nd FL. The doors will open at 6:30 pm for refreshments.
For those that have not attended our previous meetings, we will be discussing quality of life, crimes, and other issues concerning the area in the 110th Precinct, within Sector A (bordering Roosevelt Avenue, Britton Avenue, Broadway, Queens Boulevard, the New York Connecting Railroad Lines, and the LIE). If you have certain complaints you would like to share with us, this would be a great platform to bring it to our attention and we can collaborate together on how to resolve it. Everyone is welcome, even if you live, work, are a parishioner, or own property outside of Sector A. These meetings are meant to cultivate and improve relations between the NYPD and the community and to address your concerns on a more personal level.
Attached is our flyer with the relevant information. We hope to see everyone there! Take care, be safe, and be vigilant.
POLICE OFFICER DON LEE
NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT
110 PRECINCT, NEIGHBORHOOD COORDINATION OFFICER
Holiday safety tips
Good Evening Roe Daraio & Comet Civic Members,
At this time of year we wish you abundance, happiness, and peace filled with hope.
I hope you and all your family members and friends have a lovely holiday season filled with joy and meaning. It has been an honor and a pleasure working with you in this community building relationships. We wish you Happy Thanksgiving and a prosperous Christmas holiday! I hope you have a great holiday.
Police Officer Nisbett
Neighborhood Coordination Officer
New York City Police Department - 104th Precinct
HOLIDAY SAFETY REMINDERS
Always be ALERT and AWARE of your surroundings. In case of an emergency, always call 911. Report any suspicious activity to the police.
• Do not leave valuables, “theft attractors” in your vehicle.
• Never leave your purse, wallet, mail, paycheck stubs, bills or cell phones in your car.
• Know your neighbors. Watching out for each other is one of the best defenses against crime.
• Make sure door locks, window latches and sliding glass doors are properly secured at all times.
• Do not leave gifts or expensive items in view of the window where they can be seen from outside.
PO Nisbett got back to me and said there were two burglaries in Maspeth east of the LIE on Thanksgiving evening. I'm sure we'll get more specifics at our meeting on December 3rd. Please keep a light on at night when you go out so it looks like someone is home.
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