Burglaries Dominate Cascade Crime Map

Patch has this interactive map showing crime in our community for April 15-30, 2012.

Residential burglaries were dominant over the last two weeks, according to a Patch analysis of Atlanta Police Zone 4 and Fulton County Police Department crime maps.

Jair Sweatman May 01, 2012 at 01:08 PM
Knowledge is power and the best lessons are free if you know where to look. Did you know you can enroll in the Atlanta Police Department's Citizens Police Academy for free? Did you know it only requires one 3 hour class a week for 7 weeks? Did you know you can monitor police activity in your area on your cell phone with a free app? It looks to be another long, hot summer in Atlanta this year but you can be proactive in keeping your community safe and crime-free. Enroll in the Citizen's Police Academy and take an active approach to reducing crime in your neighborhood. Contact Lt. Jonathan Durant @ 404.209.5250 or jdurant@atlantaga.gov to get information on enrolling in the Citizen's Police Academy. To find out how you can reduce crime in your area, including burglaries, call Atlanta Police Major Dalton with the Community Services Division @ 404.546.5650. Talk to your zone commander's office for more information about your area. Zone 1, the area North of I-20 from Northside Drive west to the Cascade area, is led by Major Timothy Quiller. His assistant is Captain Barry Shaw. The phone number for Zone 1 is 404.779.2487. Zone 4, the area South of I-20, is led by Major Rodney Bryant and his assistant Captain Stacy Gibbs. Their number is 404.756.1903 Become a part of the solution this summer. Get involved, stay active and stay safe. Because it is better to be active now than becoming a victim later.
M. Graves May 01, 2012 at 02:23 PM
My neighbors and I have started a neighborhood watch group. The Cascade Knoll/ Greenwood lane neighborhood watch group meets at Greater Turner Chapel, AME located at 4650 Cascade road Atlanta 30331 Our next meeting is being held at the church on May 15th at 6:30 pm. "Where do we go from here, Chaos or Community" Rev, Dr, Martin Luther King. For further questions please contact Ms. M. Graves 678-770-0005.


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