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CONSERVATIVE ROW C FOR MAYOR CITY OF ALBANY NY November 5, 2013 Election U S Navy Veteran BS Geography, U Wisconsin (Korean GI Bill) MA Geography, U Minnesota (National Fellowship) 30 years as founder and president, Buckingham Pond/ Crestwood Neighborhood Assoc. maintaining/improving neighborhood residential integrity and quality of life. Leadership resulted in creation of Buckingham Pond Park in 1993-94, as well as many other open spaces. See for list of leadership results. Neighborhood website: see also:

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


Neighborhood Association Presidents and Addressees,

Please read and forward the following information to all of your members, students, employees and local businesses:

There have been 58 reported Thefts from Motor Vehicles City Wide, since April 25, 2010. It appears that the suspect(s) have entered the vehicles through unlocked vehicle doors or by breaking a vehicle window. The items stolen range from a pocketbook and wallet, to a variety of electronic devices and money. Albany Police are again reminding residents to lock their cars and remove any valuable items from inside the car when they leave it unattended. As we are moving into the spring and summer seasons car owners should remember to lock their cars when they leave unattended regardless if it is for a short period of time or overnight.

Tips to Help Prevent Theft from Vehicles

ü Lock your car. Most thieves will try multiple car doors to look for one that is unlocked to steal out of.
ü Don’t hide a second set of keys in your car. They don’t serve a purpose and if a thief gets in your car they could steal it.
ü Park in well-lighted areas.
ü Park in Attended Lots. Auto thieves do not like witnesses and prefer unattended lots.
ü Close your car windows when parking. Don’t make it any easier for the thief to enter your vehicle.
ü Hide Your Valuables. Don’t make your car a more desirable target for thieves by leaving valuables in plain sight.
ü Make the interior of your car look the same way it did when you bought it. Clean out the visible change in the center console and anything else that is in plain view from the outside of the car. Coin change is enough for a thief to break into your car.
ü Unplug charging devices from auxiliary power outlets. Thieves will think that there are electronic devices in the car if they see charging devices plugged into power outlets.
ü Report suspicious activity, such as people looking into or trying the door handles on vehicles.

“If you See Something, Say Something.”

Please report all suspicious person(s) or activities to the Albany Police Department



Officer Janet Parker
Albany Police Department
Community Services Unit

Center Station
536 Western Avenue
Albany, NY 12203

Office: (518) 458-5668
Fax: (518) 458-5662

Rember this- all neighborhood residents are
part of our neighborhood watch.

Be alert. Observe. Call APD and/or Anti-Terror
Hotline, when circumstances warrant.

Carry your cell phones keyed into these numbers
when you walk your pets, take a jog or stroll, or
are out andc about for any reason.

Keep these numbers near your home land line
phone as well.

APD Center Station 458 5660

Anti-Terror Hotline:]

1 866 SAFE NYS (723 3697)

Government can't save us. We must save our

Security is the priority issue locally, statewide
and nationwide. Ignore this fact at your own

Joe Sullivan


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