Pembrook Oaks area; Patrol Beat 49 Neighborhood Watch Meeting - 9/13/12

Area: 
Pembrook Oaks area; Patrol Beat 49
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Patrol beat 49 (Pembrook Oaks area neighborhood) had their most recent Neighborhood Watch meeting on 09/13/12. The meeting was facilitated by Crime Prevention Technician Tom Agos. Officers Ben Bozer, Phil Mazur, and Dana Dingman also attended. The audio recording is attached and below is a brief summary:

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We presented a training session to the group, featuring the video “Shots Fired! When Lightning Strikes.” This dynamic video is designed to teach members of the public realistic strategies for dealing with an active shooter situation. Due to copyright laws, the attached meeting recording has been edited to remove the video sound. Discussion after the video is included in the recording.

Police Activity Summary:

130 police calls for service have been generated during the first half of 2012 in patrol beat 49. Historically, the average is 277 per year.

9 of the calls received from the beat in the first half of 2012 were for IUCR crimes. The rest of the police calls are considered quasi-criminal, traffic, and service-related.

Since January 2007, 1,660 calls for service have been responded to in the neighborhood; 100 of them IUCR crimes. The calls for service to IUCR crime ratio in the area is 6%.

In 2012, we expect 17 IUCR crimes to occur in the patrol beat based on the trend established during the previous 5 years.

The next regularly scheduled neighborhood watch meeting for the area is currently slated for a date in March of 2013; sooner should the need arise. An official notice will be circulated when the date is closer.