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Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch

recent larcenies
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-----Original Message-----
From: mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com [mailto:mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com] On Behalf Of Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2017 2:33 PM
To: Daniel Campanini
Subject: re: [BlockWatch] recent larcenies <<$165384931825$>>




Thank you for the link.
Someone will be in touch with you regarding the LPRA general meeting on April 26 when the date draws near. I am glad we got on your calendar early.
Cindy
From: Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch <BlockWatchForum@ludlowpark.org>
To: "cindypramann@yahoo.com" <cindypramann@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 1, 2017 1:17 PM
Subject: re: [BlockWatch] recent larcenies <<$165376695700$>>

Cindy,

Below will be the web link. I pasted it into the email. You should be able to copy and re-paste for everyone. "Yonkers PD Tips" is our free app available - in the apple and android App store. Additionally the department has a twitter, facebook and Instagram account. I have reserved April 26th for you, and look forward to meeting everyone.

http://www.yonkersny.gov/live/public-safety/police-department




Captain Daniel Campanini
Commanding Officer
City Of Yonkers Police
Third Precinct
914-377-7425
Daniel.campanini@ypd.yonkersny.gov





-----Original Message-----
From: mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com [mailto:mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com] On Behalf Of Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2017 12:26 PM
To: Daniel Campanini
Subject: re: [BlockWatch] recent larcenies <<$165370384000$>>




Thank you Maura for your post and to everyone who has replied or read it and all of the subsequent posts.

Capt. Campaninini I did not receive the link to the safety tips and the Department webpage. Will you post it again? I would like to send the information to our entire email list.

The next LPRA general membership meeting will be on Wednesday, April 26, 8:00 p.m. Capt. Campinini I hope you will be able to address our membership at the meeting.

Thank you again everyone for taking part in the Block Watch Forum,

Cindy Pramann
President
LPRA







 
Thank you for the link.

Someone will be in touch with you regarding the LPRA general meeting on April 26 when the date draws near.  I am glad we got on your calendar early.

Cindy


From: Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch <BlockWatchForum@ludlowpark.org>
To: "cindypramann@yahoo.com" <cindypramann@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 1, 2017 1:17 PM
Subject: re: [BlockWatch] recent larcenies <<$165376695700$>>

Cindy,

Below will be the web link. I pasted it into the email. You should be able to copy and re-paste for everyone. "Yonkers PD Tips" is our free app available - in the apple and android App store. Additionally the department has a twitter, facebook and Instagram account. I have reserved April 26th for you, and look forward to meeting everyone.

http://www.yonkersny.gov/live/public-safety/police-department




Captain Daniel Campanini
Commanding Officer
City Of Yonkers Police
Third Precinct
914-377-7425
Daniel.campanini@ypd.yonkersny.gov





-----Original Message-----
From: mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com [mailto:mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com] On Behalf Of Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2017 12:26 PM
To: Daniel Campanini
Subject: re: [BlockWatch] recent larcenies <<$165370384000$>>




Thank you Maura for your post and to everyone who has replied or read it and all of the subsequent posts.

Capt. Campaninini I did not receive the link to the safety tips and the Department webpage. Will you post it again? I would like to send the information to our entire email list.

The next LPRA general membership meeting will be on Wednesday, April 26, 8:00 p.m. Capt. Campinini I hope you will be able to address our membership at the meeting.

Thank you again everyone for taking part in the Block Watch Forum,

Cindy Pramann
President
LPRA




 
Cindy,

Below will be the web link. I pasted it into the email. You should be able to copy and re-paste for everyone. "Yonkers PD Tips" is our free app available - in the apple and android App store. Additionally the department has a twitter, facebook and Instagram account. I have reserved April 26th for you, and look forward to meeting everyone.

http://www.yonkersny.gov/live/public-safety/police-department




Captain Daniel Campanini
Commanding Officer
City Of Yonkers Police
Third Precinct
914-377-7425
Daniel.campanini@ypd.yonkersny.gov





-----Original Message-----
From: mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com [mailto:mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com] On Behalf Of Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2017 12:26 PM
To: Daniel Campanini
Subject: re: [BlockWatch] recent larcenies <<$165370384000$>>




Thank you Maura for your post and to everyone who has replied or read it and all of the subsequent posts.

Capt. Campaninini I did not receive the link to the safety tips and the Department webpage. Will you post it again? I would like to send the information to our entire email list.

The next LPRA general membership meeting will be on Wednesday, April 26, 8:00 p.m. Capt. Campinini I hope you will be able to address our membership at the meeting.

Thank you again everyone for taking part in the Block Watch Forum,

Cindy Pramann
President
LPRA


 
Thank you Maura for your post and to everyone who has replied or read it and all of the subsequent posts.

Capt. Campaninini I did not receive the link to the safety tips and the Department webpage. Will you post it again? I would like to send the information to our entire email list.

The next LPRA general membership meeting will be on Wednesday, April 26, 8:00 p.m. Capt. Campinini I hope you will be able to address our membership at the meeting.

Thank you again everyone for taking part in the Block Watch Forum,

Cindy Pramann
President
LPRA
 
I don't think a thief is likely to try squeezing through a just-big-enough hole in glass, because they'd be very likely to end up getting cut in the process. If the entire window wasn't cleared out, I'd be skeptical that anybody actually entered.

There's always the possibility of vandalism (or an intent to steal, but then not following through), but if it were a person that broke the window, then there should probably be a rock or something similar in your garage, that was used to break it. If you don't see something like that, your first guess that it was storm-related might actually be correct.
 
We found out that our garage window was broken (probably end of the last week). Initially we though it's due to high wind and falling branch, but after reading emails I'm pretty sure it not due to wind, since hole is closed to the ground and it's round, opening is small, but enough for kid /teen! I will take another look, but we don't keep anything valuable there.

Maria at 46 Ashton



On Wednesday, February 1, 2017 1:23 AM, Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch <BlockWatchForum@ludlowpark.org> wrote:





What time of day did these thefts occur?

A school kid broke into my car at the end of November.  Middle of a weekday, quiet block (Fairfield, between Ashton and Beechwood), pretty sure he figured nobody would be home.  But I was home, so he didn't have a chance to actually steal anything.

I called it in.  The responding officers said they'd make a few passes by that evening, in case anybody tried to come back.  (Though I felt pretty certain nobody would.)  Also said that patrols are scheduled based on crime statistics, so it's important to file a report for all crimes.


 
Thank you Captain Campinini. It would be good to see some more patrol cars making the rounds on a routine basis, day and night.

-----Original Message-----
From: mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com [mailto:mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com] On Behalf Of Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2017 7:28 AM
To: Valenstein, Jill M <Jill.Valenstein@charter.com>
Subject: re: [BlockWatch] recent larcenies <<$165343342426$>>




Good morning all. Thank you for including me in your email chain, so that I can better direct my officers to address this potential crime trend. I will review any recent crimes in the area, however I don’t recall seeing a spike in the property crimes that are being mentioned. In the meantime, I will certainly have the patrol cars give the area more attention. The response from the Department should never be "there is little we can do", as there is much we can do, even as simply as raising awareness, accurately reporting/tracking crimes, and developing an appropriate police response based on our findings.

Even if there is little crime in an area, a police presence should exist, in order to deter the belief that a crime can be committed. I am including a link that gives access to crime safety tips and our Department webpage, should the association want to disperse to the residents. We also have a department app for smartphones, where tips can be texted in anonymously.

Our 3rd Pct. Community Council Meeting is Tuesday February 21st. However if the association plans a meeting sooner, please let me know.


Captain Daniel Campanini
Commanding Officer
City Of Yonkers Police
Third Precinct
914-377-7425
Daniel.campanini@ypd.yonkersny.gov




-----Original Message-----
From: mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com [mailto:mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com] On Behalf Of Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2017 7:55 PM
To: Daniel Campanini
Subject: re: [BlockWatch] recent larcenies <<$165320779730$>>




Good idea. They can patrol more certainly. I never see a police car.

Sent from my iPhone

> On Jan 31, 2017, at 7:32 PM, Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch <BlockWatchForum@ludlowpark.org> wrote:
>
>
>
>
> Hi everyone,
> There have been a few larcenies in front of our house as of late, as items have been stolen out of ours vehicles. I am sorry to say that I didn't get the name of the neighbor who told me that her garage was recently broken into, as well. I have made reports with the precinct. They said to be vigilant, and that there is little that they can do (which I found disheartening).
> If you have been a victim of theft, please report it so that there is
> a record with the precinct. (914) 377-7900 Also, I wonder if we have had a met with the new captain since he began a couple of months ago? (Captain Daniel Campanini)? Is it time to touch base with them as a community since larcenies are high right now?
> Thank you all,
> Maura at 80 Franklin
>
>
>
>
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Good morning all. Thank you for including me in your email chain, so that I can better direct my officers to address this potential crime trend. I will review any recent crimes in the area, however I don’t recall seeing a spike in the property crimes that are being mentioned. In the meantime, I will certainly have the patrol cars give the area more attention. The response from the Department should never be "there is little we can do", as there is much we can do, even as simply as raising awareness, accurately reporting/tracking crimes, and developing an appropriate police response based on our findings.

Even if there is little crime in an area, a police presence should exist, in order to deter the belief that a crime can be committed. I am including a link that gives access to crime safety tips and our Department webpage, should the association want to disperse to the residents. We also have a department app for smartphones, where tips can be texted in anonymously.

Our 3rd Pct. Community Council Meeting is Tuesday February 21st. However if the association plans a meeting sooner, please let me know.


Captain Daniel Campanini
Commanding Officer
City Of Yonkers Police
Third Precinct
914-377-7425
Daniel.campanini@ypd.yonkersny.gov




-----Original Message-----
From: mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com [mailto:mailer@mail2.clubexpress.com] On Behalf Of Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2017 7:55 PM
To: Daniel Campanini
Subject: re: [BlockWatch] recent larcenies <<$165320779730$>>




Good idea. They can patrol more certainly. I never see a police car.

Sent from my iPhone

> On Jan 31, 2017, at 7:32 PM, Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch <BlockWatchForum@ludlowpark.org> wrote:
>
>
>
>
> Hi everyone,
> There have been a few larcenies in front of our house as of late, as items have been stolen out of ours vehicles. I am sorry to say that I didn't get the name of the neighbor who told me that her garage was recently broken into, as well. I have made reports with the precinct. They said to be vigilant, and that there is little that they can do (which I found disheartening).
> If you have been a victim of theft, please report it so that there is
> a record with the precinct. (914) 377-7900 Also, I wonder if we have had a met with the new captain since he began a couple of months ago? (Captain Daniel Campanini)? Is it time to touch base with them as a community since larcenies are high right now?
> Thank you all,
> Maura at 80 Franklin
>
>
>
>
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What time of day did these thefts occur?

A school kid broke into my car at the end of November. Middle of a weekday, quiet block (Fairfield, between Ashton and Beechwood), pretty sure he figured nobody would be home. But I was home, so he didn't have a chance to actually steal anything.

I called it in. The responding officers said they'd make a few passes by that evening, in case anybody tried to come back. (Though I felt pretty certain nobody would.) Also said that patrols are scheduled based on crime statistics, so it's important to file a report for all crimes.
 
Good idea. They can patrol more certainly. I never see a police car.

Sent from my iPhone

> On Jan 31, 2017, at 7:32 PM, Ludlow Neighborhood Block Watch <BlockWatchForum@ludlowpark.org> wrote:
>
>
>
>
> Hi everyone,
> There have been a few larcenies in front of our house as of late, as items have been stolen out of ours vehicles. I am sorry to say that I didn't get the name of the neighbor who told me that her garage was recently broken into, as well. I have made reports with the precinct. They said to be vigilant, and that there is little that they can do (which I found disheartening).
> If you have been a victim of theft, please report it so that there is a record with the precinct. (914) 377-7900
> Also, I wonder if we have had a met with the new captain since he began a couple of months ago? (Captain Daniel Campanini)? Is it time to touch base with them as a community since larcenies are high right now?
> Thank you all,
> Maura at 80 Franklin
>
>
>
>
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Hi everyone,

There have been a few larcenies in front of our house as of late, as items have been stolen out of ours vehicles.  I am sorry to say that I didn't get the name of the neighbor who told me that her garage was recently broken into, as well.  I have made reports with the precinct.  They said to be vigilant, and that there is little that they can do (which I found disheartening).

If you have been a victim of theft, please report it so that there is a record with the precinct. (914) 377-7900

Also, I wonder if we have had a met with the new captain since he began a couple of months ago? (Captain Daniel Campanini)?  Is it time to touch base with them as a community since larcenies are high right now? 

Thank you all,

Maura at 80 Franklin


 
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