Wednesday, September 21, 2016

New Community Policing program to help solve property crime in the little, tiny City of Lake Worth

Below is the news from a recent article in the Lake Worth Herald:

     "In an effort to solve property crimes, Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office District 14 is seeking assistance from Lake Worth homeowners with video surveillance on their properties. In a request through the Neighborhood Association Presidents Council (NAPC), PBSO is asking those residents to provide their contact information so road patrol deputies would know exactly where to go and who to contact regarding possible video footage of property crime incidents in the neighborhoods.
     The information will be kept confidential in a database and used only as an investigative tool by PBSO deputies."

To register for this PBSO District 14 Community Policing program:
Contact coordinator Benito Gaspar at gasparb@pbso.org or call 561-202-9624
Information requested:
  • Name (who to contact retrieving video)
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • NAPC Neighborhood Association. Not sure? Use this email to find out: napcinfo@gmail.com
  • Security company (if applicable)
You may also be interested in finding out more about PBSO's Citizen On Patrol (COP) program. And, as always, if you see anything suspicious:

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