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This website was designed in an effort to conform to accessibility guidelines set forth by the United States Government Section 508,  which explains the standard criteria Federal agencies must provide; specific to various types of technologies. This website also conforms to web standards as defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) wherever possible.

Other Accessibility Features

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  • All images use the alt attribute to describe the function of each visual.
  • Frames are not used within this website.
  • No pop-up windows have been used with the exception of downloadable files.

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Question of the Day

What should I do if I see a strange person or car loitering in my neighborhood?
 
Having residents report strange, suspicious or out of place activity their neighborhoods is essential to locating identifying and stopping criminal activity. There may be a reasonable and legal explanation for the person's presence and actions. However, if the person's actions are enough to raise your suspicion there is probably a good reason to take further action.

There are several things that you can do to help us in these cases. The most important thing to remember is to not put yourself at danger by...

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