Author Archives Kenny Martin

  • SECOND PRECINCT Several Second Precinct supervisors and officers participated in the “Pancakes for Police” event that was held at and sponsored by Liberty Tax Service. This was the manager’s way of showing appreciation for those who serve and protect the community. Second Precinct Honor Guard officers lead a joint detail with Oscar Smith High School […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT Second Precinct personnel volunteered to participate in an “Ice Cream with a Cop” event at Indian River High School. Students stood in line, during their lunch break, while Second Precinct supervisors and officers served them ice cream. This event continues to build positive interactions between police officers and citizens within the community. The […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT Several Second Precinct officers and supervisors participated in a Coffee with a Cop event which allowed officers and citizens to have positive interactions within the community. Many officers from the Chesapeake Police Department showed their dedication to the community by participating in the Annual Veterans Day Parade that was held in the City […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT Second Precinct Officers made a point to be involved with the community by sharing candy with residents on the night of Halloween to ensure ample safety throughout the surrounding communities. Second Precinct Officers visited Indian River High School and took time to discuss current events with one of the government classes which allowed […]

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  • Healthy Grandfamilies Program Are you a grandparent raising a grandchild? Join us for a FREE program in your community. What the program can do for you: • Educational workshops on legal and school issues, family relationships, health and stress management, child trauma, child development and other important topics • Individual follow-up services linking you with […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT Indian River Middle School SCA members invited Second Precinct officers to their school to demonstrate their appreciation for law enforcement by presenting them with bagged goodies. The SCA President assured officers that their hard work and dedication did not go unnoticed. Second Precinct officers visited Indian River High School and took time to discuss current events […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT National Night Out 2016, once more, provided an opportunity to promote police and community partnerships. Second Precinct officers enjoyed interacting with the surrounding communities as neighborhoods celebrated “their power to control events in the community”. Second Precinct officers also came together with members of the Chesapeake Fire Department and Sheriff’s Office at Lakeside […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT Second Precinct Officers along with the K-9 Unit and Dive Team shared in recognizing “Community Day” with all the neighbors of Shire Apartments. Officers from the Second Precinct also participated in the 2016 Career Day at Crestwood Career Day. During Career Day officers were joined by parents, families, and community members to explain […]

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  • The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch meetings have a new date & place to meet! The meetings are now on the 3rd Monday of each month at a new location. The meetings will be held at the Chesapeake United Methodist Church located at 1200 Chesapeake Ave, Chesapeake VA. 23324. Below are the meeting dates for the […]

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  • UPDATE ON PETITION: The petition with 621 Signatures on it was presented to Chesapeake City Council Tuesday night. It was well received and Mayor Krasnoff expressed to the manager to get with the appropriate departments and find out if this is something that can be done. Councilman Davis then asked that the Manager look into […]

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  • The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch is reaching out to City Staff and City Council on August 9th in a community and city effort to move the 2nd Precinct. We want to see the 2nd Precinct moved to the old South Norfolk Library site along Poindexter Street which is one of our main corridor street undergoing realization to […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT Second Precinct officers eagerly participated in the “Annual Build a Bike Event” which took place in Western Branch in mid-May; there volunteers combined talents with 240 under privileged children to help each child put their very own new bike together. Second Precinct Officers attended (5) five civic league meetings during this reporting period: […]

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  • The citizens of South Norfolk along with the South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch Inc. Are requesting the Chesapeake Police Departments 2nd Precinct be moved from the current location on 20th Street to the old South Norfolk Memorial Library site located on Poindexter Street for better police visibility and accessibility in the South Norfolk Borough. Moving the 2nd Precinct […]

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  • Larcenies from Vehicles As of June 3rd the city has seen a rash of larcenies from vehicles. Times range from dusk to dawn. In the historic district area of South Norfolk, we have had larcenies on: Rodgers, Post, Wright, Bainbridge, Holly, Park and Chesapeake Ave. Possible suspect is a heavy set black male wearing a […]

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  • May 2016 Community Awareness Report Second Precinct Officers enjoyed a Career Day with Portlock Primary and extended the children’s knowledge of learning from the classroom to the workplace. The officers described what they did at work, encouraged kids to follow the rules, and explained that doing well in school was the best way to lead […]

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