43 Division News
By Marylin Hodge
In 43 Division,
as of January 28, 2014, the seven major crime indicators are (Murder
-0, since October 2012, but one person committed suicide and that suicide
resulted in the murder of another person.), Assault - 88, Sexual
Assault -10, B&E -26, Robberies -17, Theft Under
-11 and Theft Over -2.
to Keep in Mind
there was a gentleman seen wandering around and looking in cars and no one
called to report it. Please report all suspicious activity.
-A common trend
taking place is that criminals are reading the obituaries and then
breaking into homes while the family is at the service. Please have
someone watch your home while you are attending the funeral.
photos on face book and twitter while you are on vacation. Wait until you
that you are away on your answering machine.
Thefts are taking place. Don’t let an unknown person get too close to
Town Centre is a target-rich environment. Although there has been the
largest drop in thefts in the last 10 years because of car manufacturers
installing more security features, please remember to always lock your car
and make sure that your valuables are not visible.
impostors are going door- to- door saying that they are there to inspect
your furnace. It you haven’t received a notice from the company to say
that they were coming, do not let them in.
- Durham Region
has had more frauds against older people. Don’t fall for the grandparents’
scam or the ‘one ring’ phone scam. Do not respond.
- Check out P.C.
Guy Service’s Crime Prevention face book page to watch the ‘one ring’
phone scam video.
remember – If you see something, say something!
A crime in
progress is a 911 call.
Media is not a place to report crime.
News from the
Annual CPLC Family Picnic and Open House will be held on Saturday, May
10, 2014 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at 43 Division.
assistance and leadership of Joseph Khargie, a CPLC member and Program
Director of the 4Life Foundation, the CPLC has started to fundraise for a
student bursary and will be hosting a basketball game between police,
business members and Laurier C.I. students on March 28th and at
Jack Minor Sr. P.S. on April 11th from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Other
local schools have been contacted as well.
Marilyn Hodge – Co-Chair, 43 CPLC