Learn How to Unite Neighbors to Prevent Crime! Create a Neighborhood Watch group.

Please help us spread the word about two important crime prevention meetings in January. Please forward this message to friends, neighbors and email lists. Please post the attached flyers. Click on them to download them. Thank you!

Wishing you a safe and happy 2020!

Learn How to Unite Neighbors to Prevent Crime! Create a Neighborhood Watch group
Resilient Diamond Heights invites the public to a presentation on starting up a Neighborhood Watch group on your block. Adam Cuadra, SF SAFE, will detail how to start a group at our RDH meeting, Thursday, Jan. 23, 6:00 for dinner and 6:30 for the Neighborhood Watch presentation. Please reply to this message if you plan to attend so we will have plenty of food for dinner.

Recently, there have been many car and home break ins in Diamond Heights and surrounding neighborhoods. Assaults and robberies of individuals seemed to have increased as well. You can take action by starting a Neighborhood Watch group on your block.

SF SAFE provides assistance starting Neighborhood Watch groups in a process of 5 – 6 meetings with neighbors. Crime prevention tips, creating an email group of your block, a free safety check of your home and other safety measures are provided. One of the best benefits of Neighborhood Watch is getting to know your neighbors which provides a foundation for watching out for each other to deter crime.

Diamond Heights Shopping Center Safety Meeting Jan. 27th, 6:30 pm Convened by Supervisor Rafael Mandelman
In December, a thief smashed a car window in the Shopping Center parking lot while a father and daughter were in their car. The thief took the girl’s backpack that had her homework in it. This scary incident is just one of the many “smash and grab” car break ins in the Shopping Center parking lot and in Diamond Heights. As a reaction to these crimes, Supervisor Rafael Mandelman has scheduled a meeting to look at prevention measures underway and what actions are needed to stop this criminal activity.

The public is invited to this meeting:
Diamond Heights Shopping Center Safety Meeting
Monday, January 27, 6:30pm
San Francisco Police Academy Community Room
350 Amber Drive at Duncan Street
Accessible parking is available in the Police Academy lot next to the community room.

Officials and others attending the meeting include Supervisor Rafael Mandelman; DA Chesa Boudin; Ingleside Captain Chris Woon; Diamond Heights Shopping Center representatives Henry Avila, Taran Stokes and Trina Perales; and SF SAFE.

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