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Stop Helping Criminals!!!

  Most property crimes committed are crimes of opportunity. A thief breaking into your car is looking for a magical transformation. They want to turn your property into cash and they are getting

Crime and Terrorism: Reporting Suspicious Activities

    We all have had that moment when we see something that is not normal. We then make excuses in our minds on whether to report it or not. Reporting suspicious behavior is extremely

Planning for the Unexpected

The following was sent to me by a friend from the U.S.Homeland Security Agency. I find it to be interesting as we enter both the Hurricane season and the Winter season. You can never over prepare and

School Security Today

As summer winds down the thought of school beginning brings happiness to some and sadness to others, but the one thing that should come to mind is safety and security. Schools today have come a long

Avoiding Halloween Horror!

Halloween is an exciting time of year for kids and adults. It is a time for mystery and intrigue, adventure and just plain fun. As a law enforcement officer I see the positive and negative side of

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING….ALWAYS.

“See Something, Say Something” has been a common theme since the attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001. Four words to remind all of us of the power we all have in preventing crime. As the

Home Safety during the Holidays

As the holidays approach, the hustle and bustle can sometimes leave us in a fog. Especially when it comes to safety. The following is a list of safety tips designed to keep your home safe whether 

Dangers of Distracted Driving

The following was written and submitted by Officer Paul Medvegy of the Fairfield Police Traffic Enforcement Unit Everyday, while I am patrolling the streets of Fairfield, I become very perplexed by

Protecting our Seniors Citizens

Our senior citizens are the reason why we can enjoy all that we have today. It is their hard work that enables us to live a little easier. Unfortunately they are becoming victims of crime, simply

Effects on a Crime Victim

It is often said that crime doesn’t pay. What must be realized is that besides not paying, it also leaves behind a terrible hangover that can last a lifetime. Crime victims suffer physical or