The CAPS meeting will take place Thursday, the 18th, in the library of Linwood Holton Elementary School, 1600 Laburnam Avenue, at 6:00 PM. Please join members of RPD, CAPS, MPACT and other City Departments to discuss issues in your neighborhoods. For more information contact: Matthew Toner, MPACT Coordinator (804) 646-1062, Matthew.email@example.com
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The last couple MPACT/CAPS meetings have been cancelled. October’s CAPS portion of the meeting is back due to popular demand and citizen involvement! The CAPS meeting for the month of October will be held this Thursday, October 18th, at 6:00 PM in the library of Linwood Holton Elementary School. Representatives from CAPS and RPD will [...]
Chief Bryan T. Norwood and the Department’s Command Staff will join Fourth Precinct Sector 412 Lt. Chris Gleason for a walk through the Bellevue neighborhood this evening. Officers will meet at 5 p.m. today (September 7th) at 4009 MacArthur Ave. in the Once Upon a Vine parking lot, and spread out through the neighborhood from [...]
Well, this sounds awesome!
Richmond Neighborhood Watch groups meet on a quarterly basis under the direction of Community Care Officer Sarah Powell. But they also have an annual conference to discuss community policing efforts to strengthen their partnership with Richmond Police and other City of Richmond agencies. This year’s conference will focus on emergency preparedness in the event of [...]
I came across two reader comments on two separate (but both Police-related) events that I thought were worth sharing.
From the RPD incident report: Fourth Precinct Officer Prabhat McDonnough-Contreras recently responded to 2nd Avenue for a report of an assault and attempted robbery. After gathering information from the victim, Officer McDonnough-Contreras searched the area and spotted the offender. Though the robber ran, Officer McDonnough-Contreras and Officer Thomas Croce caught and arrested him. Officer McDonnough-Contreras [...]
Late notice on this one, but the City Council Public Safety Standing Committee has sent out the agenda for tonight’s meeting, and it includes this gem: “Costs associated with Occupy Richmond on behalf of Richmond Police Department Efforts,” presented by Major Michael Shamus of the Richmond Police Department. The meeting is tonight (November 21st), 5pm-7pm. [...]
According to a resident on Griffin Ave., police have been leaving flyers notifying Northsiders about a rash of burglaries in the area. If you didn’t receive a paper copy of this crime alert flyer, click on the link for more information. Both the resident and myself have noticed an increased police presence in the area. Have you?