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Neighborhood burglaries

I'd like to hear from the police and council members too. In the meantime if you haven't already started your neighborhood Nextdoor.com community website I highly recommend it. We get up to the minute safety alerts when something suspicious happens in our neighborhood. It's a great place to get to know your neighbors too.
bob b February 09, 2014 at 09:32 AM
You might hear something from certain members but doing something about it is the issue..send information to the mayor he just gives it to someone else and no followup. This has gone on for years and will continue. Because you do not have control from the city manager then your departments, council, and others will continue to do business as usual.
bob b February 09, 2014 at 09:37 AM
Next door and other sites are great but you need more than that to be effectve. You need to organize your areas and start patrolling. The city doesn't have enough officers to handle the work that is needed. Please look at cityofsanbruno.info and join.
dragon February 09, 2014 at 08:11 PM
The only answer is that were working on it and then you be told the things you need to look for and call the police. That's it. This is what you get from the Chief of San Mateo Police dept. and the city of San Mateo: Neighborhood Watch Program Overview Neighborhood Watch sign The City of San Mateo is proud to have one of the most active Neighborhood Watch programs in the County. A Board of Directors made up of concerned residents oversees the program with support from the Neighborhood Policing Unit. Neighborhood Watch Block Captains are kept constantly updated on crime trends and safety information through Community Alerts, and are responsible for insuring their neighbors are receiving the information as well. Block captains also organize neighborhood meetings or discussions to talk about neighborhood safety issues. SMPD's Patrol Lieutenants are assigned Policing Areas within the City, and are points-of-contact for neighborhood issues. SMPD Policing Areas Map Area 1 - West of US101, from about 5th Avenue North to Burlingame - Lt. Pat Molloy - 650-522-7627 (Includes Downtown, and Central Park) Area 2 - West of US101, from Central Park South to Belmont - Lt. Dave Peruzzaro - 650-522-7684 (Includes Baywood and The Village) Area 3 - East of US101 from Coyote Point to Foster City - Lt. Rick Passanisi - 650-522-7685 Start a Neighborhood Watch on Your Block Get familiar with your neighbors and help keep your block safe as a team! More information about SMPD's Neighborhood Watch Program can be found here: Neighborhood Watch - SMPD Block Captain Introduction Letter If you have any questions about Neighborhood Watch in San Mateo, contact our Neighborhood Watch Coordinator Officer John Rink Sr. at rinkj@cityofsanmateo.org or 650-522-7744 . Neighborhood Watch Fact Sheet •English or Spanish •"Take A Stand Against Crime" Neighborhood Watch Brochure Neighborhood Watch Website Links •National Crime Prevention Council •National Association of Town Watch •Youth Crime Watch of America NEED I SAY ANYMORE...JOIN OTHERS AND GO TO: CITYOFSANBRUNO.INFO

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