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THERE WERE SEVERAL BREAK-INS ON THE ISLANDS THIS MONTH. HERE ARE CRIME SAFETY TIPS THAT CAN HELP REDUCE THE RISK:

- Be aware of your surroundings
- Don’t advertise new purchases by discarding boxes on the curb
- Avoid social media posts that tell people you're not at home
- Never leave your windows or doors open/unlocked
- Consider installing an HD surveillance camera and/or alarm system
- Use exterior lighting, motion sensors
- Request extra patrol from SCMPD and tell your neighbors if you will be out of town
- Engrave all your property with unique identifiers.
- Make a list of all your valuables, including serial numbers.
- Join your local neighborhood watch

Visit scmpd.org/crime-prevention/ for more Crime Prevention Tips
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Holly CampbellBuy a gun and learn to use it13 hours ago   ·  5
Linda DuncanWe have been doing these things on the Eastside since....well....I can't remember ever NOT doing them. It's second nature :(11 hours ago
Hassan YaqubI just want to express my gratitude to the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department with the following classic: youtu.be/9jOqOlETcRU9 hours ago

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Islands Precinct officers, APO Whitley and Ofc Ortiz, made some new friends tonight. This gracious family bought their dinner at Zaxbys, and then they thanked them for their service!

Thank YOU for your support!!
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Liz DadinGod bless you aii, Thank you officers and Thank you and your family for supporting our officers,1 day ago
Natalie SimmonsLove ya Erica!❤️❤️❤️1 day ago   ·  1
Veronica SmallsWonderful!!! LOVE is what it take's.1 day ago   ·  3
Heather ScottAwesome! 👏1 day ago
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Jacqueline RobersonAWESOME!!1 day ago   ·  1
Ashley Mayes-ClarkKwanza Oliver thats your family!1 day ago   ·  5
Phyllis OliverMomma Deborah Middleton Oliver Roberts . You said no more eating out...I guess the spirit moved you. Your the best!!!!1 day ago
Bella RybakLove this so much! Love ya Erica!24 hours ago
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The Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department is teaming up with local neighborhoods to host the annual National Night Out Aug. 2. Members of the SCMPD Command Staff, Precinct Commanders, Crime Prevention Officers, Patrol Officers, Civic leaders and McGruff the Crime Dog will visit participating neighborhoods from 5 to 8 p.m. Metro officers will offer crime prevention tips to the thousands of people who are expected to take part in the National Night Out events. In addition to more than 30 neighborhoods celebrating throughout area, the Savannah Impact Program will also host area residents for an evening of food and games from 5 to 8 p.m., at the SIP office located at 1700 Drayton Street.

SCMPD National Night Out

August 2, 2016, 5:00pm - August 2, 2016, 8:00pm

1700 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 31401-7528, United States

The Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department is teaming up with local neighborhoods to host the annual National Night Out Aug. 2. Members of the SCMPD Command Staff, Precinct Commanders, Crime Prevention Officers, Patrol Officers, Civic leaders and McGruff the Crime Dog will visit participating neighborhoods from 5 to 8 p.m. Metro officers will offer crime prevention tips to the thousands of people who are expected to take part in the National Night Out events. In addition to more than 30 neighborhoods celebrating throughout area, the Savannah Impact Program will also host area residents for an evening of food and games from 5 to 8 p.m., at the SIP office located at 1700 Drayton Street.

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Eric CarpenterWho's going to provide security?2 days ago
Daquan NicholsonI would go, but I might look like another black person with an arrest warrant and get tasered.2 days ago

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