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 students to stay informed about their community. Second Precinct Officers attended a South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch and five (5) civic league meetings during this reporting period: Southside, Fairfield Parkwood, West Munden, Georgetown and Sunrise Hills.

Second Precinct Officers continue their special patrol of the Historic District and remain active within the precinct’s surrounding communities. Officers on special patrol interacted with 222 citizens, attended 18 service calls, conducted 22 foot patrols, conducted 2 field interviews and issued 14 traffic summonses. Second Precinct Officers also participated in a special operation on bikes, which allowed officers to maintain positive interactions with numerous citizens. While on bike patrols, officers made contact with 239 citizens, conducted 9 field interviews, made 8 arrests, conducted 11 foot patrols, handled 33 calls for service and issued 29 traffic summonses.

Residents within the Second Precinct’s jurisdiction continue to assist the police by reporting crimes and potential violations. The Second Precinct answered several

Customer Service Requests which involved: drivers speeding in residential areas, abandoned vehicles parked on city streets, vehicles blocking fire hydrants and a report of no tags on a vehicle parked on a city street. Second Precinct Officers communicated with residents and business owners to address and resolve various concerns.

The Tow Officer continues to tag vehicles as reported. A total of 48 vehicles were tagged, 7 vehicles towed, and 29 parking tickets issued during this reporting period