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94 Community Newsletter January 2014

94 Community Newsletter January 2014

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94 Community Newsletter January 2014
94 Community Newsletter January 2014

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Upcoming Community Events:
McGolrick Park Farmers Market will be held inside the Lutheran Church of the Messiah @ 129 Russell Street
L train Weekend Closure beginning Saturday & Sunday March 22 & 23
Sat. 3/22 & Sun. 3/23
Coats are still being collected at the 94th Pct. Station House for City Harvest. For more information visit cityharvest.org
Coats Until 2/7
Community Affairs Unit
Captain James B. Ryan
A Message From The Commanding Officer…..
NYPD Ride Along Program
The Ride-Along Program provides the public an opportunity to observe police officers on patrol.
Applicants must be 18 years or older.
Applicant must be a bona fide resident of New York State.
All applications are subject to approval and a background check by the NYPD. For more info. Email P.O. Truglio at Steven.Truglio @nypd.org or call 718-383-5298.
 January 2014
94 Pct. Community Newsletter
Greetings from the 94th Precinct. I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. As we begin a new year it is important to reflect on the past as well as look to the future. This month marks exactly one year since I came to the 94th precinct and I need to thank the Greenpoint, Northside, and East Williamsburg communities for the warm welcome. It is only through successful partnership between the 94th Precinct and the community that we are able to continue to fight crime and improve the quality of life for our neighborhood residents. In 2014 we will con-tinue the work we started and develop new initiatives to address changing trends in our growing communities. The NYPD Explorer and Cops and Kids PAL pro-grams are important collaborations between the precinct and our community youth. We invite you and your families to contact the precinct to learn more. We remind you to remain aware of your surround-ings… if you see something, say something!  James B. Ryan Commanding Officer
94 Pct. Community Council Meetings
94th Pct. Community Council President—Elizabeth Hulsen Where: Church of the Ascension; 122 Java Street Brooklyn, NY 11222 When: Every 1st Wednesday of Every Month at 7:00 pm * With exception *January 8, 2014 February 5, 2014 March 5, 2014 April 2, 2014 May 7 , 2014 June 4, 2014 September 3, 2014 October 1, 2014
Outstanding Police Work
Search Warrant:
On January 2, 2014, Police Officer Alvarez and Sergeant Sean Walsh of the 94th Precinct Conditions Team executed a search warrant on South 2nd Street resulting in the arrest of two 24 year old males and the seizure of two firearms.
 Attempted Rape Arrest:
On January 9, 2014, Police Officer Montalvo of the 94th Precinct arrested a male who attempted to rape his ex-girlfriend on Jackson Street. After further investigation and the execution of a search warrant a firearm and a large quantity of heroin were recovered.
Attempted GLA Arrest:
On January 14, 2014, Detective Wongsing apprehended a 46 year old male who attempted to steal a vehicle on Meeker Avenue utilizing a tow truck.
Graffiti Arrests:
On January 18, 2014, Police Officer Yearwood of the 94th Precinct Anti Crime Team arrested a 27 year old male on North 12th Street after observing him making graffiti with a paint can.
On January 18, 2014, Police Officer McGinn of the 94 th Precinct Anti Crime Team arrested a 32 year old male on Bedford Avenue after observing him making graffiti on a traffic control device.
Burglary Arrest:
 On January 18, 2014, Police Officer Guida of the 94th Precinct Condition Team arrested two males for burglarizing a store on Bedford Avenue.
Construction Site Larceny :
On January 29, 2014, Police Officer Yearwood of the 94th Precinct Anti Crime Team arrested two males for stealing tools from a construction site on Eagle Street.
94th Precinct Contact Information Community Affairs
PO Steven Truglio 718-383-5298
Crime Prevention
PO Jerard Seletski 718-383-9746
Youth / Explorer Officer
PO Kirssi Pantaleon 718-383-3898
Auxiliary Officer
PO Scott Adamo 718-383-6248
Domestic Violence
PO Stella Gause PO Ayesha Marty 718-383-4250
Monthly Crime Stats
 Join the NYPD Explorer Program!!!
The program is for young people between the ages of 14 and 20, For more info. Contact PO Pantaleon @ 718-383-3898
Register Your Electronic Devices With The NYPD Operation ID Program. Call 718-383-9746
P.A.L. Cops & Kids Flag Football
Become a 94 Pct. Auxiliary Officer! For further information contact PO Adamo after 4 PM @ 718-383-6248
Domestic Violence Assistance:
New York City Family Justice Center 350 Jay Street, 15th Floor Brooklyn, NY 11201 718– 250-5111
 The New York City Family Justice Center in Brooklyn is a walk-in center for all domestic violence victims and their children. To make it easier for you to get help, many agencies are located at the Center. Services are free and available to all victims. They can help you regardless of what language you speak.
Citizen’s Police Academy
The Citizen’s Police Academy was first implemented in 1993 as part of the Department’s ongoing effort to develop a working relationship with the community. This 14-week program is offered 2 times per year: during the spring and fall. Participants are nominated by the Commanding Officers of every Precinct, Transit District, and Housing Police Service Area. Experienced Training Bureau instructors provide training in the legal, social, and procedural aspects of policing. In addition to core courses, other areas of study include firearms discipline and counterterrorism. Lectures, electronic media, role plays, simulations, and  workshops are utilized to educate community members about police training and tactics, with the goal of having participants acquire a better understanding of the authority and limitations of the police. The information and insight gained from the program allows all involved to assess their roles and responsibilities in fostering effective and productive police-community partnerships.
Great job to the 94th Pct Cops & Kids flag football team who made it to the Brooklyn North Championships losing to the combined 83 & 81 Pct’s team. It was a good time for all. We are looking forward to the upcoming basketball season beginning in February.

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