Posts Tagged ‘FPSE’

Hate crimes are a felony offense. A hate crime is a type of crime committed against a person, property, or society that was motivated in part or in whole by bias, prejudice, or bigotry against a certain perceived sexual orientation, race, color, ethnicity, religion, creed, gender, disability, ancestry, or national origin. Even misdemeanor crimes, such as theft, trespassing, damage to property, or disorderly conduct can be charged as felonies if there was a biased motivation. 

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If you know you will be traveling and there will be no one in your home, there are some steps you can take to keep your house and your belongings safe. By following these steps you can have fun and be carefree on your vacation, or be focused on your business trip knowing that your belongings are safe.

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On June 24, 2016 WUMC collaborated with the Adam’s Park unit of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater St. Louis to host the first “ Kids N Cops” day. The goal of the program was to build positive relationships with our youth, the community, and safety personnel. As many as 130 children were present at the event, which took place at the Adam’s Park unit. There, elementary, middle, and high school aged youth had the opportunity to interact with St. Louis City police officers and St. Louis City fire fighters.

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Forest Park Southeast 2016 National Night Out is Tomorrow Evening 8/2/16 @ 6:30 PM in Chouteau Park

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The Safe Home program is returning to Forest Park Southeast this summer. The deadline for applications is July 31st, 2016.

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Cops N Kids Day is Friday June 24th at 11:00 A.M.

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Our Block Captains work with the residents to help build a sense of safety and security in Forest Park Southeast. They also work with law enforcement, to bring the community and the police closer together. Watch this video to get a better sense of how the Block Captain Initiative helps to make FPSE a safer neighborhood to live, work, and play in.

If you are interested in becoming the Captain of your block, please fill out the application by following the link below. Download the application and send it via email within the application, or mail it to 4400 Chouteau Ave.

Block Captain Application

-Dalton Davidson, Safety and Security Intern

***INCIDENT ALERT***
FOREST PARK SOUTHEAST NEIGHBORHOOD

 

There has been a large increase in burglaries in the Forest Park Southeast Neighborhood this year. Through the months of January and February there were 12 burglaries, in comparison to 5 burglaries during the same period last year. In light of these burglaries we would like to remind residents to be safe and take some preventative steps. Follow our link here to be directed towards our home burglary prevention tips, or find it under the Crime Prevention Tips menu above. Stay safe this spring and keep an eye out for more news as we move further along in the year.

https://fpsesafe.wordpress.com/2015/10/30/home-burglary-prevention-tips/

-Dalton Davidson. Safety and Security Intern

 

 

One main purpose of Block Captains is building and strengthening connections between neighbors in the community. Hear from our Block Captains on how they build these relationships and why it matters to them.

If you are interested in joining our Block Captains in helping the community then download the application below and send it via email within the application or mail it to 4400 Chouteau Ave.

Block Captain Application

 

-Dalton Davidson, Safety and Security Intern

 

Our Block Captains in FPSE help to improve the connections between neighbors and create an environment where neighbors help each other. Listen to our Block Captains and residents as they tell us what it is they love about FPSE and the reasons to become a Block Captain. Join our Block Captains by filling out an application with the link below.

Block Captain Application

You must download the application onto your device, fill it out and then you can submit via email within the application, or mail the application to 4400 Chouteau.

 

-Dalton Davidson, Safety and Security Intern