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Fall leaf collection runs Oct. 11 to Nov. 19

Fall leaf collection runs Oct. 11 to Nov. 19

Fall leaf collection is scheduled to start Monday, Oct. 11, 2021 and run through Friday, Nov. 19. Leaves will be picked up curbside if at the curb by 7 a.m. that Friday.

To have your leaves collected, rake them within two feet of the public street by 7 a.m. on each Monday. Crews will collect them by Friday, though collection can be delayed at the season’s peak.

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Police Reports for June 2021

Training:

   
Traffic Contacts

409

Parking Contacts

34

Vehicle Inspections

30

Vehicle Unlocks

32

Crash Investigations

20

Public Assists

309

Assist other Agency

149

 Crimes Against Persons Report

13

 Crimes Against Property Report

13

 Other Reports

42

 Arrests

42

 Warrants

8

Alcohol/Narcotics Charges

20

Crimes Against Persons Charges

10

Crimes Against Property Charges

4

Other Charges

28

Animal Calls

61

Total Calls for Service

1933

*Total Calls for Service for the year

10283

  • Members attended monthly training for canine, bomb squad, tactical team, and dive team. (56 hours)
  • UCR and NIBRS training completed for the Federal and the State side (16 hours).
  • Officers Burma, Monroe, and Jacobi attended range training. (24 hours)
  • Chief and Lieutenant attended the legislative update for new and changed laws (8 hours)
  • Staff reviewed policy updates in Lexipol
  • All officers attended online training on the proper use and application of spit hoods. (24 hours)
  • An Officer completed Precision Driving Instructor school at ILEA (40 hours)
  • An Officer attended SRO training/conference for (24 hours)

Public Relations:

  • One of the investigators gave a talk to approximately 25 kids from Montessori. They were able to tour the building and take a look at one of the vehicles. This is the first tour we have had since the start of COVID.
  • For any public or community wide events the officers have stopped in to visit with folks and hand out stickers.

Equipment:

  • The drone we are sharing with the Fire Department and EMA arrived and policy on its use has been created. We have two officers who are certified to handle it. The drone will be used for investigations involving lost and missing persons.
  • All portable and in car radios were reprogramed under the JECC maintenance agreement.

Enforcement/Crime:

  • Officers worked various GTSB projects with other agencies and worked the construction zone on HWY 965 to slow traffic down.
  • Officers located subjects stealing catalytic converters at a car dealership overnight. Several convertors were located and later the victims were identified.   The male subject was from out of state and was picked up on the warrants for the thefts and damage to motor vehicles.   This was a great investigation and follow-up by the officers involved.

Department Admin:

  • Our first Liberty High intern started this month. She will be with us for 50 hours this summer.
  • We applied for the Cops Hiring Grant from the Department of Justice. If we are awarded the grant, the goal is to use it to hire a patrol officer and move a current officer to a Community Service Officer role. The recipients will be contacted by September 30th.
  • Two staff members attended their two-week National Guard training.

 

 

 

 

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