Protect Your Everyday by Partnering With Police
HOLLYWOOD - Our thoughts are with the Dallas and Baton Rouge Police Departments and the families of those officers who lost their lives. These latest attacks serve as a sobering reminder to “Partner with Police” by taking an active role in protecting your neighborhood and our community.
As residents, you know your neighborhood’s patterns, the people and their daily routines. You are the eyes and ears of your community, the experts who can immediately recognize when something in your neighborhood does not seem quite right. Please do your part to report suspicious, out of the ordinary activity to the local authorities.
"If you see something, say something" is the Department of Homeland security's national campaign to help engage residents throughout the U. S. in keeping their communities safe. Call the Hollywood Police Department non-emergency number at 954.764.HELP (4357) or in an emergency call 911 to report anything that seems unusual or suspicious.
You are also encouraged to get more involved in your community by participating in America’s National Night Out on Tuesday, August 2nd. Join with neighborhoods across the City of Hollywood at events to promote neighborhood and police partnerships, crime prevention methods and enhanced neighborhood camaraderie. Meet with Crime Watch Members, Hollywood Police Officers & Command Staff, City Officials, & Crime Prevention Specialists. For more information and a list of participating neighborhoods, visit www.hollywoodpolice.org or call the Public Affairs Unit at 954.967.4371.
Protect your everyday. Together we can make a difference.