7 January 2015
ShAdCo (Sheriff’s Advisory Council)
Chair - Pam Schneider
ShAdCo meeting held at the Preserve Club house on Old Kings Road
Crime Trends and Stats for Zone 3
Assistant Chief Mike Johnson – 2013 - 53 Vehicular fatalities 2014 - 31 Vehicular fatalities Decrease due in a big part to more tickets vice warnings and the new traffic cameras at major congested areas within the City.
Violent crimes were also down 25 % and property crimes down by 56 % for 2014. Visibility of Police in City continues to be a definite deterrent. The Neighborhood Watch program is a viable asset to all HOA’s and works well within the Local Law Enforcement. Emphasized was a total commitment and community engagement to retain success in all areas of Safety and Security. During 2014 71 Vehicles were broken into with 85 % of Autos being unlocked. Stolen items include weapons, Tools, Computer accessories and personnel effects. Please remove these items and ensure Auto is secure before leaving.
Special Note: Upon request Quest speakers are available for Neighborhood Watch meetings. Advance request is required and can be processed through Ms. Rhonda Hutto ( CAM ).
Next Meeting - Feb 3,2015 8880 Old Kings Rd The Preserve Clubhouse at 7:00 PM