C.O.P. MEETIN G Our next meeting will be held on Thursday the 7th at
6:30 p.m. in the training room of the Police Dept. We really need to see you at our Monthly meetings. This is the only way for you to keep up with what is going on in our City. As a reminder, all COPs’ are required to attend at least 1 meeting quarterly for your benefit as well as the benefit of the program.
Be On the Look Out Bmv’s are on the rise again. We have had several recently at LA Fitness. People are still leaving items in plane view inside their cars. Cell phones are being snatch on a regular basis. Thieves are actually taking the phones out of peoples hand while they are talking on it. Never loan your phone to a stranger ‘in need’. They take the phone and run. Never leave a phone on a table or counter while your dining out. That makes for an easy target.
POLICE DEPT. March Volunteer Hours: Victim Assistance - 21 Police Service - 80 Crime Prevention - 0 CPAAA - 259.5 COP - 807.5 TOTAL 1,168
Citizen Police Academy #52
EXTRA PATROLS Please do extra patrols around our construction sites. The new Hastings Elem, school on Center and the new assisted living center on Wheatland across from First Baptist Church. Several thefts have already occurred at the site on Wheatland and the construction company has asked for extra patrols.
GREAT JOB BY OUR OFFICERS AND DETECTIVES!
There are still others who are hitting the QT stores in our city as well as surrounding cities. Please see the Intelligence Bulletin posted in the COP room for photos of the robber. He wears camo pants, white face mask, sneakers with white toes/heels, and has a flame tattoo on his gun hand/arm. He also likes to get Newport cigarettes along with his money...
Citizen Police Academy #52
You are cordially invited to attend the 52nd Graduation of the Citizen Police Academy. In combination with the graduation we will also hold our 2015 Volunteer and COP Awards Banquet. The banquet will be held on May 6th, at 6:30p.m. We are moving our banquet location from the Lions Club building to the Duncanville Senior Citizen Center 206 James Collins Blvd. Please RSVP by April 25th, 5pm. Sign up sheet is located on the office door.
2015 OFFICER OF THE YEAR
Detective Chance Hill
2015 CIVILIAN OF THE YEAR
May 5th, 52nd Graduation of the Citizen Police Academy Class and the 2015 Volunteer and COP Awards Banquet. We still need volunteers to sign up for the July 4th parade and fireworks. This years event will be totally different from years past. There will be greater police presence. Almost all the locations the COP’s will cover are away from the actual crowd.
Friday April 22nd, parking lot security from 5 p.m. 10:30 p.m. Saturday April 23rd, parking lot security from 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. We still need volunteers to sign up to help. While trimming a tree in his front yard, Louis Bulin managed to fall off the ladder he was standing on. The fall resulted in 9 broken ribs and 4 fractured vertebrae. He is now out of the hospital and is recovering at home.
CPA Alumni 2015 Volunteer Of The Year Duncanville Police Dept.
Wayne Burkham 2016 Meeting & Event Schedule APR 21 (Pot luck) MAY 19 JUNE 16 (POT LUCK) JULY – NO MEETING AUGUST 18 SEPTEMBER 15 (POT LUCK) OCTOBER 20 NOVEMBER 17 DECEMBER 15 (CHRISTMAS PARTY)
Flavor Of Duncanville
From the President:
Friday April 1st, was the Annual Awards Banquet. The event went off well with the exception of a few bumps. Congratulation to Civilian of the year, Gaby Hinosa; Officer of the year, Detective Chance Hill and to our very own C.O.P. of the year, Wayne Burkham. On a lighter note we have one more event to complete. A date for Clean A Park has not been set yet. We must complete this task in April. Please try to attend this project, we only had five people to volunteer to help the last time. Further information will be sent to all by email on date and time. Alumni, please step-up and give us a hand feeding the remaining the CPA classes. Please contact Lucia Bevers to sign up. She can be reached at 972 707-3835 or [email protected]
com. Volunteers made over 2000 phone calls which help clear 316 warrants.The city was able to collect $67,075 on those warrants. Thanks for your help.
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