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January 2020 Activity Report

Call of the Month

University

January Year to date
Assists/Information 2 2
Code Violations 2 2
Escorts 0 0
Environmentals 5 5
Hours 70.00 70.00

What do these mean?

From January 1, 2020 to January 31, 2020, the patrollers from Community Crime Patrol, Inc. provided just over 50 patrol hours and reported 1 significant incident. Year-to-date totals for patrol hours and significant incidents are 70.00 and 1, respectively.

1-03-20

Patrollers were in front of 204 E. Norwich when they reported hearing approximately four gunshots south of their location; CPD was notified of the situation via 645-4545.

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Westside

January Year to date
Assists/Information 17 17
Code Violations 2 2
Escorts 0 0
Environmentals 13 13
Hours 325.00 325.00

What do these mean?

From January 1, 2020 to January 31, 2020, the patrollers from Community Crime Patrol, Inc. provided just under 350 patrol hours and reported 6 significant incidents. Year-to-date totals for patrol hours and significant incidents are 325.00 and 6, respectively.

1-02-20

Patrollers were approached by a female in front of 120 S. Grant who advised that she was assaulted by her boyfriend. The patrollers escorted the female to Mount Carmel Hospital. CPD was notified and made aware of the situation via 645-4545.

1-02-20

Patrollers were in the area of Sullivant and Avondale when they reported hearing approximately four gunshots west of their location; CPD was notified of the situation via 645-4545.

1-02-20

Patrollers were in front of 29 S. Cypress when they reported hearing a female screaming. The patrollers located the female in the rear of the address, and she advised the patrollers she was fine. No further action was taken.

1-09-20

Patrollers monitored an argument between two individuals in the area of Dakota and Broad. The patrollers advised that both individuals left the area without any incident.

1-10-20

Patrollers received information about a missing individual from a resident in the area of Avondale and Sullivant. The resident advised that her son had gone missing earlier in the day and suffers from mental health issues and is without medication. The patrollers took note of the individuals description and last known location.

1-24-20

Patrollers were approached by a male in the area of Davis and Broad, who advised that he was experiencing chest pains. CPD was contacted of the situation via 911. Columbus Fire Department Engine 10 and Medic 1 responded to the scene. Medic 1 transported the male to Mount Carmel West Hospital.

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Merion Village

January Year to date
Assists/Information 11 11
Code Violations 1 1
Escorts 0 0
Environmentals 34 34
Hours 286.50 286.50

What do these mean?

From January 1, 2020 to January 31, 2020, the patrollers from Community Crime Patrol, Inc. provided just under 300 patrol hours and reported 4 significant incidents. Year-to-date totals for patrol hours and significant incidents are 286.50 and 4 respectively.

1-09-20

Patrollers were approached by a pedestrian in front of 1201 S. High who advised the patrollers of a suspicious male inside a business in the area. The pedestrian advised that the male was arguing with a cashier and possibly attempting a theft. CPD was notified of the situation via 645-4545. CPD Cars K9-3, 190, and 9120 arrived on the scene. CPD Car 191 advised the patrollers that the male was known to scam cashiers out of money throughout the area. Car 191 advised no further action could be taken due to the fact that the male returned the extra 20 dollars he had wrongfully received from the cashier, and that the male had no active warrants.

1-22-20

Patrollers assisted a stranded motorist in the area of Parsons and Hinkle. Her vehicle had been stuck in mud and the patrollers were able to push the vehicle free.

1-31-20

Call of the Month

Patrollers reported hearing the sound of a car horn in front of 99 E. Deshler. The patrollers investigated the situation and advised that there was a male in the driver seat of the vehicle that was writhing around in varying states of discomfort. CPD was notified of the situation via 645-4545. CPD Cars 9111, 110 and Columbus Fire Department Medic 3 arrived on the scene. The male was transported by CFD Medic 3 to the hospital, and it was discovered that the vehicle was stolen.

1-31-20

Patrollers were approached by pedestrians and advised of a male causing disturbances in front of 564 S. High. The patrollers contacted Net Care for the male at his request. Net Care was given the details and no further action was needed.

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Northland/North Linden

January Year to date
Assists/Information 13 13
Code Violations 0 0
Escorts 0 0
Environmentals 14 14
Hours 224.00 224.00

What do these mean?

From January 1, 2020 to January 31, 2020, the patrollers from Community Crime Patrol, Inc. provided just over 200 patrol hours and reported 0 significant incidents. Year-to-date totals for patrol hours and significant incidents are 224.00 and 0, respectively.

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Neighborhoods of the Near East Side

January Year to date
Assists/Information 4 4
Code Violations 0 0
Escorts 0 0
Environmentals 16 16
Hours 132.00 132.00

What do these mean?

From January 1, 2020 to January 31, 2020, the patrollers from Community Crime Patrol, Inc. provided just under 150 patrol hours and reported 1 significant incident. Year-to-date totals for patrol hours and significant incidents are 132.00 and 1, respectively.

1-09-20

Patrollers monitored an argument involving three individuals in front of 91 Oak. The patrollers advised that both individuals left the area without any further incident.

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East Main Street SID

January Year to date
Assists/Information 29 29
Code Violations 2 2
Escorts 0 0
Environmentals 7 7
Hours 277.00 277.00

What do these mean?

From January 1, 2020 to January 31, 2020, the patrollers from Community Crime Patrol, Inc. provided just under 300 patrol hours and reported 2 significant incidents. Year-to-date total patrol hours and significant incidents are 277.00 and 2, respectively.

1-06-20

Patrollers were approached by a pedestrian in the area of Ashburton and Main who advised of a suspicious male in front of the EZ Pawn shop. The pedestrian advised that the male was loitering and making passersby feel uncomfortable. The patrollers located the male and advised that he was walking out of the patrol area. No further action was needed.

1-27-20

Patrollers monitored an argument in front of 2910 E. Main. One of the individuals involved began to inquire about the program. The patrollers provided information about the program. A short time later, the patrollers advised that all involved left the area. Later in the evening, patrollers met with CPD Car 98 and details of the argument were discussed.

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