News ARCHIVE

  • 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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  • Neighbors, I have talked to so many people the past week about some of the recent events and drugs in our community that are killing young people. People I’ve even grew up with in this community have passed away because of drugs. It’s just feels like a slap in the face because things have been […]

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  • Vegetable Planting Guide For The South Here is a guide we have been using for the past two years that has worked well for us. This vegetable planting guide was past on too us from a Master Gardener who has used it for many years! Hope this helps some of you! If you have any […]

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  • Community Garden Application Deadline April 15th, 2016   All Community Garden Application MUST be received by April 15th, 2016. There are some plots left and if your interested in a plot contact Kenny Martin at [email protected] or 757-358-6112 before April 15th, 2016 to get an application. All Garden applications can be dropped in the mailbox […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT Second Precinct Officers were elated to have 240 students participate in a bicycle safety program which was conducted at Georgetown Elementary School. The Second Precinct continues to aid the CAST Program and serve as the only pickup location for the homeless being transported to a church sponsoring overnight shelter. Second Precinct Officers attended […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT Second Precinct Officers proudly assisted the Marine Corp League with rounding up worn American Flags for proper disposal this month. Numerous Second Precinct Officers assisted with and attended the memorial service for fallen retired Officer Dooley; officers witnessed a large outpour of love and support from surrounding communities that came to pay their […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT Second Precinct Officers contributed towards the “Christmas Project”, which was launched by Officer Millington, and were overjoyed to assist with the delivery of Christmas gifts to the children at “Our Little Stars Christian Family Child Care”. Many Second Precinct Officers along with Supervisors, volunteered to take part in the “Angel Tree Project” and […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT Second Precinct Officers were enthusiastic to participate in the Active Threat Response Training which took place at TCC (Chesapeake Campus) on November 13, 2015. The Second Precinct continues to aid the CAST Program (Chesapeake Area Shelter Team) and serve as the only pickup location for the homeless being transported to a church providing […]

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  • Are you sick of crime in South Norfolk? Now is your chance to do something!  There will be a Neighborhood Watch Block Captains Network Safety Fair and Forum at the South Norfolk Library Community Meeting Room in the Gateway Building at 801 Poindexter St. in South Norfolk from 7-8 p.m. Jan. 26. The meeting will […]

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  • SECOND PRECINCT Second Precinct Officers eagerly assisted with two “Trunk-or-Treat” events last month. One of the events which was held at Thurgood Marshall Elementary on October 23rd and the other at South Norfolk Community Center. Captain Dunlap participated in the Eastern Virginia Diversity & Inclusion Conference, which was held in Virginia Beach. He spoke of […]

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  • The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch has decorated the bridge at Lakeside Park for the holidays. Be sure to swing by and take a look, day or night. 

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  • You’ve seen something, or you’ve read about something, and you are concerned about crime and the safety of your families in our community. The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch is encouraging ALL concerned residents, business owners, civic and church groups to attend this very important meeting.  If you’re fed up and want to do something about […]

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  • The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch will be lighting and decorating the bridge at Lakeside Park on Dec. 5th. We hope to have some kind of “Lighting Event” that night. Stay tuned to this site for details.

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  • Animal Control wants to make you a deal you shouldn’t refuse. If an Animal Control Officer picks up a pet wearing a tag that the officer can trace, or has a registered microchip, the officer will bring the pet home, rather than taking it to the shelter (providing there are no serious law violations such as […]

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  • IT’S OFFICIAL! The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch Group has registered to participate in the Christmas tree event at the South Norfolk Library. The Holiday Tree Gala is to be held Saturday, December 12, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. This year’s theme is “Winter Wonderland.” Trees will be on display in the library through January 3, 2016. For more […]

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