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February 2020 Activity Report

Call of the Month

Westside

February Year to date
Assists/Information 28 45
Code Violations 3 5
Escorts 0 0
Environmentals 8 21
Hours 281.50 606.50

What do these mean?

From February 1, 2020 to February 29, 2020, the patrollers from Community Crime Patrol, Inc. provided just over 250 patrol hours and reported 5 significant incidents. Year-to-date totals for patrol hours and significant incidents are 606.50 and 11, respectively.

2-14-20

Call of the Month

Patrollers reported a car theft in front of 1011 W. Broad; CPD was notified of the situation via 645-4545. While the patrollers were notifying CPD of the situation, a large fight involving 8 to 10 individuals broke out. The patrollers received threats of violence and moved away from the large altercation. At this point the patrollers advised CPD of the situation via 911. Before the arrival of police, the stolen vehicle returned to the scene and drove through the large crowd of people involved in the altercations. No one was struck by the vehicle. The stolen vehicle left the scene. CPD Cars 195, 191, 9191, 88, 9082, 191, 103, 88, and the CPD Helicopter all responded to the scene. A short time later a CPD officer advised the patrollers that the stolen vehicle was recovered, but the suspect was never found.

2-14-20

Patrollers assisted a merchant at 1043 W. Broad with an aggressive panhandler refusing to leave store property. The individual left without incident.

2-19-20

Patrollers monitored an argument between a male and a female in the area of Cypress and Broad. The patrollers advised that the male entered a residence on Cypress and the female left the area. No further action was needed.

2-26-20

Patrollers were in front of 29 Cypress when they reported a shivering dog chained to the rear porch of residence. Animal Control was contacted but was unavailable. CPD was notified via 645-4545, but the police refused to respond. One of the patrollers took the dog to the OSU Vet Hospital.

2-29-20

Patrollers reported a suspicious male swinging a baseball bat and talking to himself in the area of Scott and Rodgers. The patrollers advised that the male said he always takes a bat on a walk for safety. The patrollers monitored the male for a little bit more time. Patrollers advised that the male was causing no further disturbances.

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Merion Village

February Year to date
Assists/Information 10 21
Code Violations 1 2
Escorts 0 0
Environmentals 22 56
Hours 256.00 542.50

What do these mean?

From February 1, 2020 to February 29, 2020, the patrollers from Community Crime Patrol, Inc. provided just over 250 patrol hours and reported 0 significant incidents. Year-to-date totals for patrol hours and significant incidents are 542.50 and 4 respectively.

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Northland/North Linden

February Year to date
Assists/Information 13 26
Code Violations 0 0
Escorts 0 0
Environmentals 10 24
Hours 249.50 473.50

What do these mean?

From February 1, 2020 to February 29, 2020, the patrollers from Community Crime Patrol, Inc. provided just under 250 patrol hours and reported 2 significant incidents. Year-to-date totals for patrol hours and significant incidents are 473.50 and 2, respectively.

2-12-20

Patrollers attended the Maize Manor Civic Meeting at 3901 Maize.

2-14-20

Patrollers were in front of 3728 Karl when they received information about a shoplifting that had just occurred. The patrollers took note of the suspect’s description, vehicle description, and last known direction of travel; CPD was notified of the situation via 645-4545.

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Neighborhoods of the Near East Side

February Year to date
Assists/Information 4 8
Code Violations 0 0
Escorts 0 0
Environmentals 1 17
Hours 92.00 224.00

What do these mean?

From February 1, 2020 to February 29, 2020, the patrollers from Community Crime Patrol, Inc. provided just under 100 patrol hours and reported 0 significant incidents. Year-to-date totals for patrol hours and significant incidents are 224.00 and 1, respectively.

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East Main Street SID

February Year to date
Assists/Information 36 65
Code Violations 0 2
Escorts 0 0
Environmentals 8 15
Hours 251.50 528.50

What do these mean?

From February 1, 2020 to February 29, 2020, the patrollers from Community Crime Patrol, Inc. provided just over 250 patrol hours and reported 2 significant incidents. Year-to-date total patrol hours and significant incidents are 528.50 and 4, respectively.

2-21-20

Patrollers met with employees of UPS at 3000 E. Main. Employees advised the patrollers of a male that has been sporadically coming to the business and harassing customers. The patrollers took note of the male’s description and times of occurrences.

2-21-20

Patrollers received information about a wanted female from CPD Car 90-90 in the area of Weyant and Main. Patrollers took note of the female’s description and last known location.

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