Warm temperatures, burglaries on the rise

Warm temperatures, burglaries on the rise

Salt Lake City, UT (ABC4 News) - Noting a spike in reported cases, the Salt Lake City Police Department’s community outreach officers have been out in force looking for burglars and educating the public.
Salt Lake City, UT (ABC4 News) - Noting a spike in reported cases, the Salt Lake City Police Department’s community outreach officers have been out in force looking for burglars and educating the public.

The Department reminds the community that it can contribute to the overall crime prevention effort by partnering with them and identifying suspicious activity.

To play your role in public safety, the Police Department suggests the following:

See Something, Say Something: If you see something suspicious, say something. For confidential tips, the Police Department offers the TipSoft online portal or mobile application.

Anonymous tips may be sent by texting TIPSLCPD plus information to 274637. To install the free app for iPhone or Droid, search for “TipSoft” or “TipSubmit” on the Apple App Store or Android Market.

Here's a link: protecting your home from burglars. www.slcpd.com/c0ntent/uploads/Home-Security-Checklist.pdf

For more information: www.slcpd.com
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