FYI: A Quick Look at Woodinville Police Report for 2016
Based on the 2016 Annual Police Services Report, it looks like Woodinville is headed in the right direction.
- Crimes like robbery, burglary, and aggravated assault decreased.
- Forced entry residential burglaries declined from 18 in 2015 to 12 in 2016.
- Car prowls on the decline
- “Lock it to Stop it” campaign appears to be working.
- Lock up your cars, roll up the windows, and take valuables out of your car if possible. Let’s limit the temptation for these types of crimes.
- Non-forced entries
- “This was based in large part to the series of burglaries committed at the Brittany Park facility. Approximately, 11 residential burglaries happened there over a very short time frame. Two suspects were arrested and charged with those crimes”. WE GOT EM! (and by we, I mean the police led by Detective Jaboe)
- The rest of the non-forced burglaries occurred by way of open/unlocked garage doors, windows etcetera. Lock up your homes!
- Coming soon:
- How to avoid becoming a victim of fraud/identity theft.
- Personal Safety and Situational Awareness class- continued to due previous success and higher attendance.
- Under Consideration:
- A course taking a citizen through the investigative process of an officer involved shooting- This sounds interesting and like a good way to better understand the complexity of this issue!
- 5th year participating in the Shop with a Cop event
- 94 kids from our city this year!
- Tip a Cop event at the Red Robin to support the Special Olympics
- Toys for Tots campaign with the United States Marine Corp for 12 years now.
Woodinville Police Department. 2016 Police Services Report. (2017, March 14). Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/WoodinvillePD/posts/1494790767197913.