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Copper Theft Flyer

Copper Theft Flyer

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Published by Bill Rosendahl
An increase in copper thefts from streetlight poles has prompted the City to start a campaign to raise awareness about the issue as well provide information on how to spot one of these crime in progress.

The Los Angeles Police Department and LADPW are sharing this flyer which alerts constituents to the issue along with the warning signs. The theft of copper wire in your street lights will result in dark streets.
LAPD wants the public to call 9-1-1 if you see someone tampering with streetlight poles.
An increase in copper thefts from streetlight poles has prompted the City to start a campaign to raise awareness about the issue as well provide information on how to spot one of these crime in progress.

The Los Angeles Police Department and LADPW are sharing this flyer which alerts constituents to the issue along with the warning signs. The theft of copper wire in your street lights will result in dark streets.
LAPD wants the public to call 9-1-1 if you see someone tampering with streetlight poles.

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Published by: Bill Rosendahl on Feb 26, 2013
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itle II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of disability and, upon request,will provide reasonable accommodation to ensure equal access to its programs, services and activities. PAO 8/11
CITY OF LOS ANGELESDEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKSBUREAU OF STREET LIGHTING
THANK YOUfor your patience and cooperation.
As a covered entity under T
PREVENTCOPPER WIRE THEFTPREVENTCOPPER WIRE THEFT
You can help prevent the significant increase of 
copper wire thefts
occurring inthe City’s street lighting system. This has caused a number of streetlights not tofunction for a period of time.
Call 9-1-1 immediately 
 if you observe a wire theft in progress or see anysuspicious activity around city streetlights.
PREVENTCOPPER WIRE THEFT
In your neighborhood
The Bureau of Street Lighting has contractors who install new lighting. The names of thesecompanies would be identified on their vehicles.
WHAT
 
TO
 
NOTE
 
IF
 
 YOU
 
SEE
 
SUSPICIOUS
 
ACTIVITY 
:
IS
 
THERE
 
A
 
 YELLOW
 
STREET
 
LIGHTING
 
MAINTENANCE
 
 VEHICLE
 
ON
 
THE
 
STREET
?
The vehicle has a city seal, the words “Street Lighting” on the driver and passenger doorsand the word “Exempt” on its license plate.
IS
 
THERE
 
STREET
 
LIGHTING
 
STAFF
 
WORKING
 
ON
 
A
 
STREETLIGHT
?
They can be identified by their orange vest, hard hat and city identification.
FROM STREET LIGHTING SYSTEM

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