Tip Tuesday: What to Do If Your Package Has Been Stolen

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Tip Tuesday: What to Do If Your Package has Been Stolen

We’ve previously reviewed how you can put a stop to package thieves, but what if those tips didn’t work for you and your package was in fact stolen? It could be one of two things. One, the company who shipped your package did not actually deliver it like they said. Or, someone did steal it from your front door. Neither … Read More

Playground Safety

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playground safety

Whether it’s in your backyard or down the street at the local park, playground safety is crucial. According to National Program for Playground Safety’s website, of the 218,851 preschool and elementary school children who were injured on playground equipment, 51% of the injuries occurred on a public playground whereas 19% occurred on a playground at home. All between the years … Read More

Back to School Safety

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Back to School Safety

With classes back in session comes the flood of school buses, kids on bikes, slower driving speeds and backed up traffic. It’s always important to drive slowly and check your surroundings but it’s especially important in September when kids are headed back to school. Did you know that children are hit by cars most often near schools between the ages … Read More

Tip Tuesday: Camping Safety

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Tip Tuesday: Camping Safety

Did you know that over 45 million people went camping between spring 2008 and 2015? If camping plans are on your horizon and you aren’t prepared or properly educated, your camping trip could quickly go awry. Check out our top tips below. Always bring extra food and water: Generally speaking you would probably bring enough food just for the time … Read More

Two Apprehensions in Two Days!

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Two Apprehensions in Two Days

It was early in the morning on the 28th when our operator received alarm activations from the second floor of an apartment complex in Everett. She could hear someone on site and thought the person was going through things so she dispatched the police. Police set up a perimeter and waited for the person to exit. One male was taken … Read More

Tip Tuesday: Preparing for Disaster

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Preparing for Disaster

Hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis oh my. Disasters are difficult topics to discuss but they are incredibly relevant in our world and it’s vital we prepare ahead of time in the event a disaster occurs in our area. Preparing for disasters improve post disaster outcomes in our communities, schools, businesses and in our homes. Visit http://www.ncpc.org/topics/preparedness or your local police department’s … Read More

Three Apprehended for Burglary!

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Three Apprehended for Burglary

On Tuesday the 16th, our operator was monitoring when she could hear faint voices, crashing and breaking glass at a school in Everett. She then dispatched police and alerted the emergency contacts. Two juvenile boys and one juvenile girl were taken into custody for burglary. They hadn’t gained entry yet but had broken a window and damaged some siding on … Read More