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COMMUNITY PATROL USA

 

U.S. Headquarters

Po Box 111, 1800 Market Street

San Francisco CA 94102

Tel:  415.260.6239

info@CommunityPatrolUSA.org 

 

Dear Subscriber :

 

Please find attached the latest CP-USA Crime Activity Report (CAR) dated 10/13/2010

 
After an apparent lull last month in Aggravated Assault/Assault with a Deadly Weapon (Level 1) reports, the first half of October has already recorded 4 such incidents.  The Assault/Battery (Level 2) reports are also showing slow but repeated increases in August and September. 
 
As a community therefore, we must redouble our efforts to help mitigate such incidents.  Castro Community on Patrol (CCOP), the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence (SPI) and Triangle Martial Arts Association (TMAA) are working alongside the San Francisco Police Department, the San Francisco Patrol Special Police and neighborhood community and business associations to do just that through the "Stop The Violence" campaign amongst others.  Mark Saturday October 30 @ 4pm on your calendar as all organizations will host a "Whistles 1-2-3" rally at the newly named Jane Warner Plaza (17th Street @ Castro Street) to train the community in how to use a safety whistle, what to do when you hear one, and where to get one.  Join in and show your support for community safety and unity.

 

As always, CP-USA strongly encourages you to get involved and volunteer:

 

·       Volunteer as a neighborhood watch person or start one on your street (SF-SAFE).

·       Volunteer to patrol with the Community On Patrol Service (COPS) in your neighborhood.

·       Volunteer and get trained with the SFFD Neighborhood Emergency Reponses Team (NERT) or with the SFPD Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS). 

·       Volunteer and participate in the FEMA Citizens Corps.

 

Make a difference in our community and volunteer today. 

 

 

Sincerely,

 

Ken Craig

Chief of Patrol

 

 

“Building Safer Neighborhoods by Collaborating on Community Safety and Security”

Community Patrol USA is a not for profit, entirely volunteer run, organization that seeks to build comprehensive collaborative efforts on safety and security between residents, businesses, private security and law enforcement agencies. We also support and assist in the development of Citizen Walking Patrols and advocate for general safety and security measures at the neighborhood, city, state and national level. 

Castro Action Crime Alerts 2010

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