City of Johns Creek, Georgia September 2011
COPS Connect - community involvement
Mid-month communications from your Johns Creek Police Department 
PACT (Police and Community Together)

As usual, the JCPD is investigating theft from vehicles. Most of the thefts last month were from unlocked cars in neighborhoods, at parks, and local schools.
While I was patrolling one of our parks I found two unoccupied SUV's with purses sitting in the front seats. I was able to locate the drivers, not within sight of the cars, and let them know of the hazards of what they did. One of the response's I got was that the owner knew better because she had already been a victim of vehicle theft.
Please do not let your guard down.
Officer Mark Johnson
Community Services
National Take Back Prescription Drug Day
Got Drugs
Bring your unwanted or expired prescription drugs to the third annual National Take Back Prescription Drug initiative, Saturday, October 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot of Target at 5950 State Bridge Road.
The JCPD is hosting this local event, in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration, to properly and securely dispose of medications. They should NOT be flushed down the toilet.
Since the first event in September 2010, Americans have turned in 309 tons of unwanted or expired drugs at thousands of drop-off points across the country during National Take Back Prescription Drug Day. Questions, please call officer Mark Johnson at 678-474-1587. Read more.
P2C (Police-to-Citizen): online reporting - NEW
P2C (Police-to-Citizen)
The JCPD is offering a new online service center for filing and accessing reports. It's called P2C (Police-to-Citizen) and it can simplify the reporting process and eliminate a trip to police headquarters.
Even if you don't know a report/case number, you can still find an arrest, incident or traffic report with the system. A critical function of P2C is the ability to file a report for certain non-emergency incidents that occurred within Johns Creek.
In the near future, P2C will also have a Missing Persons function to help identify and report missing persons. Read more.
Child ID app from the FBI
FBI Child ID
A new, free mobile app from the FBI - Child ID - provides a convenient place to electronically store photos and vital information about your child to immediately show authorities if your youngster goes missing.
You can show the pictures and provide physical identifiers such as height and weight to security or police officers on the spot. Using a special tab on the app, you can also quickly and easily email the information to authorities with a few clicks.
The app also includes tips on keeping children safe as well as specific guidance on what to do in those first few crucial hours after a child goes missing.
National Preparedness Month
A time to remember, a time to prepare. National Preparedness Month, Sept. 2011
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
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 Passenger Safety Week
child in safety seat
National Child Passenger Safety Week will be celebrated September 18-24 to remind parents and other caregivers of the need to keep children of all ages properly restrained in the seat that meets their weight and height requirements.
Remember that a new Georgia law went effect this past July:
children under the age of eight are required to be properly restrained in an appropriate child passenger safety seat or booster seat.
Get your child's car seat inspected Saturday, September 24 at:
"Buy Buy Baby"
7121 North Point Parkway, Alpharetta
Hours: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Crime & traffic information for last month
Crime Stats
Total calls for service
Total arrests
Total car break-ins
Total burglaries
Traffic accidents

Top 5 intersections for accidents:
1. Medlock Bridge & State Bridge
2. Medlock Bridge & Abbotts Bridge
3. State Bridge & Kimball Bridge
4. Abbotts Bridge & Jones Bridge
5. Medlock Bridge & Old Alabama
Most accidents last month were caused by following too closely, and occurred on Tuesday evenings in clear weather. 22% reported injuries; there were no fatalities.
Burglaries (6): 9800 Medlock Bridge Road, 3005 Old Alabama Road, Addison Place Apts., The Forest, The Estates at Wellington, and The Falls at Autry Mill.
Car break-ins (25): 11480 Lakefield Drive, Cameron Forest, Newtown Park (2), Abbotts Station, Northview High School (2), Doublegate (2), 10845 Medlock Bridge Road, Waterford, 5575 State Bridge Road, 11720 Medlock Bridge Road, 11555 Johns Creek Pkwy, The Falls at Autry Mill (4), Anaheim Drive, 10185 Autry Mill Road, Chartwell (3), and 10625 Parsons Road.

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