City of Johns Creek, Georgia September 2010
COPS Connect - community involvement
Mid-month communications from your Johns Creek Police Department 
PACT (Police and Community Together)

678-474-1587 
JCPDcommsvcs@JohnsCreekGA.gov 


Dear residents,

On behalf of the entire Johns Creek Police Department I'd like to thank everyone in the Johns Creek community who contributed to the success of our 2nd fundraising campaign for Special Olympics-Georgia.

We raised a total of $57,636.81 for the non-profit - more than any other Georgia law enforcement agency in 2010.

We were only able to do that because of your generosity and support!

Each year, Special Olympics-Georgia provides services to more than 23,000 intellectually disabled children and adults. The JCPD is committed to continuing to help these individuals and we sincerely hope you will continue to join us.

Again, thank you for your support. It is greatly appreciated by all of us here at the JCPD, and by Special Olympics-Georgia and the grateful people it serves.

 
  Stay safe,

Sgt. Debra Kalish
Community Services
   

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National Preparedness Month
National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month is a grassroots campaign sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency each September to encourage Americans to take simple steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses and schools.

For more information on what you can do to prepare, visit www.ready.gov/.

You can also pick up a FREE copy of "Are You Ready," FEMA's 204-page guide to citizen preparedness, in the lobby of Johns Creek Police Headquarters, 11445 Johns Creek Parkway, Johns Creek, GA 30097 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday-Friday.

 
Child Passengers: 'Growing Up Safe'
4 Steps for Kids

As children grow up, how they sit in your car, truck or SUV should change in order to save them from injury or death. The JCPD encourages all parents to observe these Four Steps of Growing Up Safe to assure proper child passenger safety.

While installing and using child safety seats may appear to be easy enough, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has estimated that close to three out of four parents do not properly use child restraints; and if you are one of them, that child safety seat may not protect your child the way it should.

On Saturday, Sept. 25, - "National Seat Check Saturday" - certified technicians will inspect your child safety seat and show you how to correctly install and use it. Find a location.

 
Got drugs? 'National Take Back Day,' Sept. 25
Got Drugs?

Get rid of your expired, unwanted or unused pharmaceutical drugs on Saturday, Sept. 25, during National Take Back Day.

Between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., anyone with expired, unwanted, or unused pharmaceutical controlled substances and other medicines can turn them in anonymously for safe disposal at specified locations across Atlanta.

The event is designed to: reduce prescription drug abuse; reduce the risk of prescription drugs entering the water (DO NOT FLUSH DRUGS DOWN THE TOILET); help people comply with the law re disposal of prescription drugs.

 
Crime & traffic information for last month
 
Crime Stats
Total calls for service
Total arrests
Total car break-ins
Total burglaries
DUIs
Traffic accidents
6,490
130
37
9
26
121

Top 5 intersections for accidents:

1. State Bridge & Medlock Bridge
2. Jones Bridge & Douglas Road
3. Jones Bridge & Old Alabama
4. Jones Bridge & State Bridge
5. Abbotts Bridge & Parsons Road

Most accidents last month were caused by following too closely, and occurred on Wednesday evenings in clear weather. There were no fatalities.

Burglaries (9): 3500 Old Alabama, Candacraig, Amersee (2), Belcrest, Clear Spring Baptist Church, Montview, Urgent Care Family Medicine, and Wynbrook.

Car break-ins (37): Eider Down Court, Streamside Drive, 8101 McGinnis Ferry Rd., Amberleigh 2), Aviary, Aylesbury Farms (2), Belcrest, Cameron Forest (4), Dermatology Center, Doublegate (2), Falls of Autry Mill, Glastonberry, Hillbrooke, Johns Creek High School, Kingston Crossing, Lakeview Estates (2), Newtown Park (4), Perimeter Church, Publix, Rivermont (3), Sola Salon, St. Brigid's Church, St. Ives (2), and The Forest.

 

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