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Request #2665

Ask a Question Under the California Public Records Act, I am hereby requesting any contracts, grant applications, policies, legal briefs, permits, applications, memos, correspondence, datasets and any and all documents associated with the use of residential surveillance cameras and related recording devices organized by the non-profit group Neighborhood Guard (led by Jesper JJ Jurcenoks) and its operations in the City of Oakland between itself and any and all city agencies. (http://neighborhoodguard.org/)
Hi Bruce. We talked on October 31, I promised to share my Reseach and make a whitepaper for other neighborhoods to implement after once we had found the optimal solution. We are still working out all the kinks. JJ On 12/2/2011 1:40 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce wrote: > Jesper, > > Libby asked me to contact you re cameras. Please email/call me w/ any > questions and I will do my best to assist you. > Bruce > > > Bruce Stoffmacher > Community Liaison / Policy Analyst > Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, > City of Oakland - District 4 > o: (510) 238-7041 > f: (510) 238-6910 > bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com > > To suscribe to our newsletter, click: here! > > -----Original Message----> From: Libby [mailto:libbyforoakland@gmail.com] > Sent: Saturday, October 29, 2011 3:09 PM > To: Stoffmacher, Bruce > Subject: Camera > > Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks > > Email jesper@jurcenoks.com >

> Call Him re his camera research. > > Sent from my iPhone Bruce, I decided to make the neighborhood security camera Whitepaper as a blog, with a number of short articles covering different subjects. Please subscribe to the blog to stay informed about updates. http://neighborhoodguard.org Jesper On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 4:54 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: > That's right, I remember - I have a big inbox. > > I'll await your results. > > Bruce Stoffmacher > Community Liaison / Policy Analyst > Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, > City of Oakland - District 4 > o: (510) 238-7041 > f: (510) 238-6910 > bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com > > To suscribe to our newsletter, click: here! > > -----Original Message----> From: Jesper Jurcenoks (Private) [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] > Sent: Friday, December 02, 2011 3:41 PM > To: Stoffmacher, Bruce > Subject: Re: FW: Camera > > Hi Bruce. > > We talked on October 31, I promised to share my Reseach and make a > whitepaper for other neighborhoods to implement after once we had > found the optimal solution. > > We are still working out all the kinks. > > JJ > > On 12/2/2011 1:40 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce wrote: >> Jesper,

>> >> Libby asked me to contact you re cameras. Please email/call me w/ any >> questions and I will do my best to assist you. >> Bruce >> >> >> Bruce Stoffmacher >> Community Liaison / Policy Analyst >> Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 >> o: (510) 238-7041 >> f: (510) 238-6910 >> bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com >> >> To suscribe to our newsletter, click: here! >> >> -----Original Message---->> From: Libby [mailto:libbyforoakland@gmail.com] >> Sent: Saturday, October 29, 2011 3:09 PM >> To: Stoffmacher, Bruce >> Subject: Camera >> >> Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks >> >> Email jesper@jurcenoks.com >> >> Call Him re his camera research. >> >> Sent from my iPhone Hi Libby and Bruce. Thank you once again for the support you have given this issue since the terrible home-invasion and sexual assault last year up on Wilton Drive on my Block. Our volunteer driven Video surveillance now have so much momentum in the neighborhoods all over Oakland that we are upping the ante and creating a coop of neighborhood watch groups. We would love to have you: Libby, come by and say a few words during our founding meeting in the Redwood Height Rec center. We would also love a mention in your newsletter. Please find below the press-release that we have created and visit http://neighborhoodguard.org/ for more info.

Neighborhood Guard

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jesper Jurcenoks Email: jesper@jurcenoks.com www.neighborhoodguard.org

Oakland Neighborhood Watch Groups to make COOP


Founding meeting Nov 19. 2012
Oakland citizens are sick and tired of the lack of political will to address the high crime. In response the citizens are creating a new unprecedented level of volunteer organization and coordination among Neighborhood Watch groups to actively reduce crime without turning to vigilantism. An excellent relationship with Oakland PD ensures accurate and timely reporting to the police who returns the favor with an appropriate response. By creating a COOP of Neighborhood Watch groups Neighborhood Guard ensures the investment in safety stays in the community and directly benefits the stakeholders. The buying power and access to cutting-edge video surveillance software will benefit all members while the member driven mentor program will help new members get up to speed on security and video surveillance installations before they in turn go out and help others. Crime-prevention activist and founder Jesper Jurcenoks explains: You cannot take the short view that each neighborhood is an island; Helping other neighborhoods besides your own is the only way to reduce crime in an area like Oakland; You have to tell yourself: every criminal I can help catch in another neighborhood is one less criminal who will visit my neighborhood. This motivation is what drives us to help others blocks and neighborhoods. Founding meeting: Redwood Heights Recreation Center, 3883 Aliso Avenue, Oakland, CA, 94619 Monday November 19, 2012, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. ### Neighborhood Guard (NG) is a volunteer driven crime prevention group based in Oakland, that specializes in Neighborhood Watch group driven and installed Video surveillance of public streets. Neighborhood Guard was started in response to a violent home-invasion in the Oakland Hills in the Spring of 11, Major Milestones: First installation in Jan 12, Custom surveillance Software in production Feb 12, OPD endorsement May 12 in connection with First Crime solved, July 6 12 SF Chronicle front page coverage. To date more than 30 presentations to neighborhoods, 10+ groups part of NG or waiting to join, with 20 more getting ready, covering a total of 10,000 Oakland citizens. ###

If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Jesper Jurcenoks, First available date for face to face interview is Nov 7th, please email: jesper@jurcenoks.com www.neighborhoodguard.org

-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks

Don't print this email - Save a tree. Bruce, Minutes are currently in review, I will send them to everyone including you when done. (could be tomorrow) Jesper On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 1:45 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Jesper,

Very engaging meeting. Do you, someone plan on writing a summary, or perhaps you already have a synopsis of program + ask for more community volunteers + new neighborhoods?

Im being asked to post a summary.

Thanks, Bruce

Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst

Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf,


City of Oakland - District 4

o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6910 bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com

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From: Jesper Jurcenoks [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] Sent: Saturday, November 03, 2012 9:05 PM To: Schaaf, Libby; Libby Schaaf; Stoffmacher, Bruce Subject: Neighborhood crime prevention Video Solutions goes to the next level.

Hi Libby and Bruce.

Thank you once again for the support you have given this issue since the terrible home-invasion and sexual assault last year up on Wilton Drive on my Block.

Our volunteer driven Video surveillance now have so much momentum in the neighborhoods all over Oakland that we are upping the ante and creating a coop of neighborhood watch groups.

We would love to have you: Libby, come by and say a few words during our founding meeting in the Redwood Height Rec center.

We would also love a mention in your newsletter.

Please find below the press-release that we have created and visit http://neighborhoodguard.org/ for more info.

Neighborhood Guard
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jesper Jurcenoks Email: jesper@jurcenoks.com www.neighborhoodguard.org

Oakland Neighborhood Watch Groups to make COOP


Founding meeting Nov 19. 2012
Oakland citizens are sick and tired of the lack of political will to address the high crime. In response the citizens are creating a new unprecedented level of volunteer organization and coordination among Neighborhood Watch groups to actively reduce crime without turning to vigilantism. An excellent relationship with Oakland PD ensures accurate and timely reporting to the police who returns the favor with an appropriate response. By creating a COOP of Neighborhood Watch groups Neighborhood Guard ensures the investment in safety stays in the community and directly benefits the stakeholders. The buying power and access to cutting-edge video surveillance software will benefit all members while the member driven mentor program will help new members get up to speed on security and video surveillance installations before they in turn go out and help others. Crime-prevention activist and founder Jesper Jurcenoks explains: You cannot take the short view that each neighborhood is an island; Helping other neighborhoods besides your own is the only way to reduce crime in an area like Oakland; You have to tell yourself: every criminal I can help catch in another neighborhood is one less criminal who will visit my neighborhood. This motivation is what drives us to help others blocks and neighborhoods. Founding meeting: Redwood Heights Recreation Center, 3883 Aliso Avenue, Oakland, CA, 94619 Monday November 19, 2012, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. ### Neighborhood Guard (NG) is a volunteer driven crime prevention group based in Oakland, that specializes in Neighborhood Watch group driven and installed Video surveillance of public streets. Neighborhood Guard was started in response to a violent home-invasion in the Oakland Hills in the Spring of 11, Major Milestones: First installation in Jan 12, Custom surveillance Software in production Feb 12, OPD endorsement May 12 in connection with First Crime solved, July 6 12 SF Chronicle front

page coverage. To date more than 30 presentations to neighborhoods, 10+ groups part of NG or waiting to join, with 20 more getting ready, covering a total of 10,000 Oakland citizens. ### If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Jesper Jurcenoks, First available date for face to face interview is Nov 7th, please email: jesper@jurcenoks.com www.neighborhoodguard.org

-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks

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-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks

Don't print this email - Save a tree. Bruce, we did talk about this before. And yes I do want to have something like this for Oakland. I agree there are 4th amendment issues if the site is owned and operated by the police, and that it will only work if there is buy in from the citizens. While this is somewhere in our roadmap at Neighborhood Guard, it would be a great protect for Code for Oakland.

The critical issue here is how to combine the precise access to the police, feeling of safety to the public and preventative information to crooks while not showing where the holes in coverage is. I have some ideas. cc: Rik from Code for Oakland. Jesper

On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 3:02 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: http://safecam.phillypolice.com/

Hi JJ. Have I mentioned Phillys SafeCam? This is an effort in Philadelphia to provide a GIS webstie/map to the Philly Police Dept, so they know if a camera may be in vicinity of a crime, so that they can then ask the resident for permission for access. This is something we have spoken about for a long time.

In general, as long as the cameras are owned by residents, not city, its not a civil liberties issue. In Phillys case, City owns the website.

Libby wanted to be sure you were aware of this, and to think if perhaps this could be an ideal Code for America Brigade project.

Ccd Eddie Tejeda from Code for America.

-Bruce

Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst

Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf,

City of Oakland - District 4


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Don't print this email - Save a tree. Bruce, Can you confirm that you got the room for tonight at Redwood Heights Rec Center ? Jesper.

---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Nanine Watson <nnwatson@earthlink.net> Date: Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 10:13 PM Subject: Meeting? To: jesper@jurcenoks.com

Are we having a meeting tomorrow or next week? I have not received a confirmation. Nanine

-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks

Don't print this email - Save a tree. Hi Libby. Cc: to Neighborhood Guard board. On Jan 22, the City Council will consider hiring Bill Bratton as a consultant for $125,000 His Hallmarks are : 1. Diverse Police force 2. More Police 3. Better policing strategies: 1. Compstat 2. Zero tolerance Theory 3. Broken Window Theory

ad 1) We are already doing this with the most diverse police academy ever in Oakland this year, Chief Jordan seems to be driving Diversity. ad 2) We know this works and are actively working on it. To get to the level of officers Bill Bratton had in LA we would need to have 976 officers in Oakland. ad 3) Economist Steven D. Levitt shows in his revised and expanded version of Freakonomics, chapter 4, "Where has all the criminals gone", that the crime in New York started to drop in 1990, and had dropped 20% before Bratton became police chief in 1994. He also shows that crime dropped all over US at the same rate as in New York when compensated for the hiring binge under Bratton. Zero Tolerance Theory and Broken Window Theory has received a lot of well deserved criticism, and it is doubtful that they have any measurable impact on crime. Compstat is good if used right, but will hardly move the needle in any significant way on its own. Below I have inserted an unedited except from Freakonomics, concerning more police and Bratton's Work in New York. ====================== From Freakonomics - Updated an Revised Edition Page 114- 118 =========================================

Innovative policing strategies Increased number of police Lets address the second one first. The number of police officers per capita in the United States rose about 14 percent during the 1990s. Does merely increasing the number of police, however, reduce crime? The answer would seem obviousyesbut proving that answer isnt so easy. Thats because when crime is rising, people clamor for protection, and invariably more money is found for cops. So if you just look at raw correlations between police and crime, you will find that when there are more police, there tends to be more crime. That doesnt mean, of course, that the police are causing the crime, just as it doesnt mean, as some criminologists have argued, that crime will fall if criminals are released from prison.

To show causality, we need a scenario in which more police are hired for reasons completely unrelated to rising crime. If, for instance, police were randomly sprinkled in some cities and not in others, we could look to see whether crime declines in the cities where the police happen to land. As it turns out, that exact scenario is often created by vote-hungry politicians. In the months leading up to Election Day, incumbent mayors routinely try to lock up the law-and-order vote by hiring more policeeven when the crime rate is standing still. So by comparing the crime rate in one set of cities that have recently had an election (and which therefore hired extra police) with another set of cities that had no election (and therefore no extra police), its possible to tease out the effect of the extra police on crime. The answer: yes indeed, additional police substantially lower the crime rate. Again, it may help to look backward and see why crime had risen so much in the first place. From 1960 to 1985, the number of police officers fell more than 50 percent relative to the number of crimes. In some cases, hiring additional police was considered a violation of the eras liberal aesthetic; in others, it was simply deemed too expensive. This 50 percent decline in police translated into a roughly equal decline in the probability that a given criminal would be caught. Coupled with the above-cited leniency in the other half of the criminal justice system, the courtrooms, this decrease in policing created a strong positive incentive for criminals. By the 1990s, philosophiesand necessitieshad changed. The policing trend was put in reverse, with wide-scale hiring in cities across the country. Not only did all those police act as a deterrent, but they also provided the manpower to imprison criminals who might have otherwise gone uncaught. The hiring of additional police accounted for roughly 10 percent of the 1990s crime drop. But it wasnt only the number of police that changed in the 1990s; consider the most commonly cited crime-drop explanation of all: innovative policing strategies. There was perhaps no more attractive theory than the belief that smart policing stops crime. It offered a set of bona fide heroes rather than simply a dearth of villains. This theory rapidly became an article of faith because it appealed to the factors that, according to John Kenneth Galbraith, most contribute to the formation of conventional wisdom: the ease with which an idea may be understood and the degree to which it affects our personal well-being. The story played out most dramatically in New York City, where newly elected mayor Rudolph Giuliani and his handpicked police commissioner, William Bratton, vowed to fix the citys desperate crime situation. Bratton took a novel approach to policing. He ushered the NYPD into what one senior police official later called our Athenian period, in which new ideas were given weight over calcified practices. Instead of coddling his precinct commanders, Bratton demanded accountability. Instead of relying solely on old-fashioned cop know-how, he introduced technological solutions like CompStat, a computerized method of addressing crime hot spots. The most compelling new idea that Bratton brought to life stemmed from the broken window theory, which was conceived by the criminologists James Q. Wilson and George Kelling. The broken window theory argues that minor nuisances, if left unchecked, turn into major nuisances: that is, if someone breaks a window and sees it isnt fixed immediately, he gets the signal that its all right to break the rest of the windows and maybe set the building afire too. So with murder raging all around, Bill Brattons cops began to police the sort of deeds that used to go unpoliced: jumping a subway turnstile, panhandling too aggressively, urinating in the streets, swabbing a filthy squeegee across a cars windshield unless the driver made an appropriate donation. Most New Yorkers loved this crackdown on its own merit. But they particularly loved the idea, as stoutly preached by Bratton and Giuliani, that choking off these small crimes was like choking off the criminal elements oxygen supply. Todays turnstile jumper might easily be wanted for yesterdays murder. That junkie peeing in an alley might have been on his way to a robbery. As violent crime began to fall dramatically, New Yorkers were more than happy to heap laurels on their operatic, Brooklyn-bred mayor and his hatchet-faced police chief with the big Boston accent. But the

two strong-willed men werent very good at sharing the glory. Soon after the citys crime turnaround landed Brattonand not Giulianion the cover of Time, Bratton was pushed to resign. He had been police commissioner for just twenty-seven months. New York City was a clear innovator in police strategies during the 1990s crime drop, and it also enjoyed the greatest decline in crime of any large American city. Homicide rates fell from 30.7 per 100,000 people in 1990 to 8.4 per 100,000 people in 2000, a change of 73.6 percent. But a careful analysis of the facts shows that the innovative policing strategies probably had little effect on this huge decline. First, the drop in crime in New York began in 1990. By the end of 1993, the rate of property crime and violent crime, including homicides, had already fallen nearly 20 percent. Rudolph Giuliani, however, did not become mayorand install Brattonuntil early 1994. Crime was well on its way down before either man arrived. And it would continue to fall long after Bratton was bumped from office. Second, the new police strategies were accompanied by a much more significant change within the police force: a hiring binge. Between 1991 and 2001, the NYPD grew by 45 percent, more than three times the national average. As argued above, an increase in the number of police, regardless of new strategies, has been proven to reduce crime. By a conservative calculation, this huge expansion of New Yorks police force would be expected to reduce crime in New York by 18 percent relative to the national average. If you subtract that 18 percent from New Yorks homicide reduction, thereby discounting the effect of the police-hiring surge, New York no longer leads the nation with its 73.6 percent drop; it goes straight to the middle of the pack. Many of those new police were in fact hired by David Dinkins, the mayor whom Giuliani defeated. Dinkins had been desperate to secure the law-and-order vote, having known all along that his opponent would be Giuliani, a former federal prosecutor. (The two men had run against each other four years earlier as well.) So those who wish to credit Giuliani with the crime drop may still do so, for it was his own law-and-order reputation that made Dinkins hire all those police. In the end, of course, the police increase helped every-onebut it helped Giuliani a lot more than Dinkins. Most damaging to the claim that New Yorks police innovations radically lowered crime is one simple and often overlooked fact: crime went down everywhere during the 1990s, not only in New York. Few other cities tried the kind of strategies that New York did, and certainly none with the same zeal. But even in Los Angeles, a city notorious for bad policing, crime fell at about the same rate as it did in New York once the growth in New Yorks police force is accounted for. It would be churlish to argue that smart policing isnt a good thing. Bill Bratton certainly deserves credit for invigorating New Yorks police force. But there is frighteningly little evidence that his strategy was the crime panacea that he and the media deemed it. The next step will be to continue measuring the impact of police innovationsin Los Angeles, for instance, where Bratton himself became police chief in late 2002. While he duly instituted some of the innovations that were his hallmark in New York, Bratton announced that his highest priority was a more basic one: finding the money to hire thousands of new police officers. =================== End Quote =================

Food for Thoughts. Jesper

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Hi All. 1) I have put the Meeting Minutes online on google docs, let me know if you are having trouble accessing them. 2) Thank you again to Nanine for getting us a set of sample bylaws. I have put them online as well in the Bylaws section of our google docs area, please take the opportunity to use the comments feature to add your comments to the sample bylaws. 3) I went to the Libby Schaaf sponsored Wasserman panel yesterday, he had good answers to all questions on my mind. He mentioned on his list of positive things that Oakland had neighborhoods that were very well organized, I think that this is in comparison to other large cities, which is a testament to community work like the one we are doing, but at the same time I want to share my own feeling that many, many neighboors are still not organized at all and that we still have a large amount of work in front of us. Thank you Libby for hosting the Safe Oakland speakers series. 4) Good News 1: To the Member Service Committee who are researching "Community Comunication" I have currently signed up personally to NextDoor and JustMyNeighbors and are testing them. I met the founder and creator of JustMyNeighbors, a Local Oakland entrepreneur yesterday and we had a good talk. Our Goals for a safer Oakland are

well aligned. He is willing to talk to us about what he could change to JustMyNeighbors to make it suitable for use by neighborhood Watch Groups.

5) Good News 2: My Company has agreed to donate the existing video software "as is" to Neighborhood Guard. It solves a number of moral and ethical problems, as it allows us to start clean without any accusation of self dealings. One of the questions that we will have to deal with soon is the question about if we want to make the software open source. An opensource model COULD work like this: All software that neighborhood Guard uses is copyright Neighborhood Guard, but is released for noncommercial use as free opensource software. Commecial licenses could be available. New Development of software would only be driven by Donations, volunteer programming, and maybe a little profit from reselling cameras. CONS: Value to join neighborhood Guard would not include getting access to the software as the software would be freely accessible, but instead limited to Data exchange, training and software support. PRO:Such a model COULD address Nanine's concern about the cost to join neighborhood Guard, e.g. it would be easier for us to change the buy in to a volunteer donation instead of a mandatory fee. PRO: It would be easier to get the Opensource community to help us (code for Oakland, code for America, Oakland Hacker Space, Hackathons etc.

6) To address Nanine's concern about how we can include the poorer neighborhoods while at the same time get the money we need to run neighborhood Guard (government fees, insurance etc) I have been thinking about the model we

recommend to the neighborhoods for collecting money. Which is, don't set a number, just ask for a donation as high as they are comfortable paying. E.g. we would give a recommened donation range for neighborhoods their size, but it would not be required. to get the funding we need we will additionally have to do funding drives once in a while to get money for specific projects.

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yes, I know, I fixed it on the web yesterday, but could not recall the email, seems all three of the items are getting good traction though. JJ On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 5:32 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: fyi

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From: Robin White [mailto:robin@thelivingland.com] Sent: Friday, March 22, 2013 5:22 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce; Redwood Heights Subject: Re: [RedwoodHeights] Need you help in making Oakland safer.

Bruce, your first link - Public Access to Stolen License plate Database is not working. Since this has been going around a few days that might skew your poll in favor of the other two items.

Robin

On Mar 22, 2013, at 3:20 PM, "Stoffmacher, Bruce" <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote:

Oakland is soliciting feedback from its Citizens on which programming tasks they should assign to a group of awesome, dedicated and talented programmers who have dedicated are dedicated some of their time making Oakland better through software and Open source approaches to crime fighting. Here are 3 suggestions online that will hopefully help reduce the crime problem in Oakland. Please click and like or LOVE each one you agree with. 1. Public Access to Stolen License plate Database. 2. Map for Police only with Location of Private Security Cameras 3. Online Suspicious Activity/person Filing See the full subject on engage Oakland

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Don't print this email - Save a tree. Hi Heather, It will be part of the specifications that the security is safeguarded. While Open Oakland believes in general transparency they also understand that certain information should be kept private, we have already discussed this on several occations. Jesper On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 11:00 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Great questions. I'm hoping Jesper who is part of OpenOakland can help answer. Sent from mobile phone On Mar 22, 2013, at 5:18 PM, "Heather Shaffer" <shafferhj@gmail.com> wrote: Hi, Bruce. Just a quick question on this... Open source solutions can be wonderful for collaboration, quick development and broad application. And, when they deal with matters of security (private information, controlled access, etc.), I hope we are proceeding with privacy and security rigor and caution. Who will be responsible for the security evaluation on these items, given that they state "police only" (controlled access) and store and serve private data (location of private security camera)? Thanks in advance, Heather Shaffer, Fruitvale Ave

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Here are 3 suggestions online that will hopefully help reduce the crime problem in Oakland. Please click and like or LOVE each one you agree with. 1. Public Access to Stolen License plate Database. 2. Map for Police only with Location of Private Security Cameras 3. Online Suspicious Activity/person Filing See the full subject on engage Oakland

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Not sure I understand the question, Cameras are placed according to the guidelines posted here: http://neighborhoodguard.org/location-location-location-of-camera/ JJ

On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 9:40 AM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Can you tell me anything about the placement of this camera?

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From: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com [mailto:neighborhood-guardboard@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jesper Jurcenoks Sent: Monday, April 01, 2013 7:39 PM To: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Fwd: MSIC Alert Group 3 young people with possibly Stolen plates casing Burton and Wilton Drive.

FYI.

Just sent this to the police.

JJ ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Jesper Jurcenoks <jesper@jurcenoks.com> Date: Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 7:25 PM Subject: Fwd: MSIC Alert Group 3 young people with possibly Stolen plates casing Burton and Wilton Drive. To: "Hamilton, Freddie" <Fhamilton@oaklandnet.com>, communitypolicingbeat13@oaklandnet.com

Office Hamilton, Officer Trode.

6:44 - 6:45 pm April 1st, 2013.

Main suspicion, DIFFERENT LICENSE PLATE FRONT AND BACK

3 young people 2 male 1 female,driving slowly up Burton drive and down Wilton drive all looking out the windows, right side of vehicle looking at houses on the right, left side of vehicle looking at houses on left. when they noticed that we saw them, they speed up and passed quickly.

Red Mitsubishi Galant seventh Generation (1992-1998), , 4 door. License place FRONT 5EAU667, License plate BACK 6TOY488

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-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks Connect with me on LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jurcenoks Don't print this email - Save a tree. Hi Bruce, It is probably important that you stress that neighborhood Guard is NOT a residential camera system,instead it is a neighborhood system designed to record access to an organized neighborhood, not individual residences. The Cameras are placed in hidden locations close to public streets to capture pedestrians and vehicles entering and leaving organized neighborhoods, Cameras are owned and operated by the individual neighborhoods. Neighborhood Guard is an Umbrella organization for organized neighborhoods, run by unpaid volunteers, what helps neighborhoods getting organized and getting online with such a system. Problem with using the attached photos is that the vehicle might have been returned to its rightful owner by the time you present the car and license plate as suspect/stolen, other than that please use the photos and anything you find on the web-site, there is no doubt in my mind that the occupants in the vehicle had criminal intent. Here is a link to photos you can use. http://neighborhoodguard.org/tag/real-photo/

Jesper

On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 9:54 AM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: I want to update my general PPT on residential cameras w/ info about Neighborhood Guard, and if its ok, Id like to use that photo, or some other photo to simply show people how this system is capturing license plate info.

I imagine people will ask about camera placement (ie was it on someones roof? On a tree? Ect). I would be happy to simply refer to the link you just sent I had not yet seen that site w/ location info.

Bruce Stoffmacher
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Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf,


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From: Jesper Jurcenoks [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] Sent: Tuesday, April 02, 2013 9:51 AM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Subject: Re: MSIC Alert Group 3 young people with possibly Stolen plates casing Burton and Wilton Drive.

Bruce,

Not sure I understand the question, Cameras are placed according to the guidelines posted here: http://neighborhoodguard.org/location-location-location-of-camera/

JJ

On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 9:40 AM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Can you tell me anything about the placement of this camera?

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-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks Connect with me on LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jurcenoks Don't print this email - Save a tree. Hi Diane. We have not received an email from you, when did you send it and to whom?

The Good news is that Bruce was able to establish contact. It is great to have you on-board in this important issue of crime fighting - only together can we stem the tide. Neighborhood Guard is a non-profit volunteer organization founded here in Oakland. We help neighborhoods such as your's get to the next level of crime prevention. I have you down as contact person for the Victor Neighborhood, approx how many households are there in your neighborhood Watch group ? Please have a look at http://neighborhoodguard.org/index/ that should answer many of your questions. Once you are more familiar with our concept, lets setup a presentation for your and your neighbors. First available time is in beginning of May. Jesper

On Sun, Apr 7, 2013 at 10:42 AM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Diane Jesper (JJ) is the lead organizer Of Neighborhood Guard. JJ Diane is a Redwood Hts watch organizer. Her area is interested in www.neighborhoodguard.org

Sent from mobile phone On Apr 7, 2013, at 10:13 AM, "McCan, Diane" <Diane.McCan@pacunion.com> wrote: Dear Libby and Bruce,

I wanted to take the time to again thank you for coming to our joint Neighborhood Watch Meeting. I think the three block captains were very happy with the turnout and the response to banding together in discussing ways to promote safe and happy living. The sharing of information is key in obtaining this outcome.

The information regarding the blighted gas station on 35th Avenue was very helpful and I have been contacted by the individual handling the gas station issue at the city level. I hope to attend the meeting with the property owner in May. I will forward the date and time of that meeting with the other block captains and my neighborhood group. The different ideas for the gas station were exciting and I am hopeful we can collectively come up with a plan that the owner will agree to and will beautify the blighted station. I will share any information I get with everyone.

I have contacted Neighborhood Guard and am waiting for a call back. I hope I have the name of the company correctly as there are several of us that are interested in getting a street camera in some distinct spots that should help us identify cars or individuals that are causing problems in our neighborhoods. Please let me know if I have the name of that company right. I hope to hear back from this company and set up a collective meeting with Victor, Midvale, Herrier, Norton and Wisconsin neighbors that are interested in participating in getting these cameras set up.

Finally, I am so pleased to announce that Gary Wade and Lynette Pickens on Victor Avenue were told that the blood found in their home after they were burglarized identified a suspect. It took 6 months, but I have to hand it to Gary and Lynette for hanging in there and following up with you and Major Jean Quan to get the blood analyzed. I understand there is a warrant out for the individual and hopefully this takes one more bad guy off the streets. I hope all the residents will know that persistence can change the outcomes we experience here in Oakland. Thank you for helping them.

I am forwarding this information to my neighborhood watch group on Victor Avenue so everyone knows that all of our diligence is paying off. It feels like the old Oakland I grew up in where everyone knew their neighbors and were interested in each others welfare. I hope it continues this way.

For those who could not attend I encourage you to get to know Libby and Bruce and get involved with neighborhood activities. I may plan a July 4th picnic for those of us on Victor Avenue. Stay Tuned!

Sincerely, Diane

Diane E. McCan | Realtor Pacific Union Real Estate 510.912.2861 | dmccan@pacunion.com

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-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks Connect with me on LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jurcenoks Don't print this email - Save a tree. Hi Libby, I would like to ask you to bless us with your presence at the next Neighborhood Guard Board meeting if possible. Wednesday 5/29 @ 7:00-9:00
Sunrise of Oakland Hills, 11889 Skyline Boulevard, Oakland, CA 94619

We would like to hear first hand about your progress on the issue with the sign approval at city Hall, and how that process works (e.g. how much or how little influence you have on the process) We would also like to hear news on New chief of police, Cease Fire, new police Ddstricting, implementations of the bratton report etc. from a City Management standpoint. Best Regards Jesper Jurcenoks

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Hi Lisa, Thanks for calling me and interrupting Libby's meeting to hear if she could make it tonight. did you get an answer? Jesper

On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 6:35 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Lisa can you check and see Libby can do this.

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From: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com [mailto:neighborhood-guardboard@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jesper Jurcenoks Sent: Sunday, May 26, 2013 7:12 AM To: Libby Schaaf; Schaaf, Libby Cc: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Neighborhood guard Board Meeting Wednesday

Hi Libby,

I would like to ask you to bless us with your presence at the next Neighborhood Guard Board meeting if possible.

Wednesday 5/29 @ 7:00-9:00


Sunrise of Oakland Hills, 11889 Skyline Boulevard, Oakland, CA 94619

We would like to hear first hand about your progress on the issue with the sign approval at city Hall, and how that process works (e.g. how much or how little influence you have on the process)

We would also like to hear news on New chief of police, Cease Fire, new police Ddstricting, implementations of the bratton report etc. from a City Management standpoint.

Best Regards

Jesper Jurcenoks

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-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks Connect with me on LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jurcenoks Don't print this email - Save a tree. Bruce, Can you setup the 13th for us ? Jesper

On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 7:58 PM, Terry Galloway <terryrgalloway@icloud.com> wrote: The 14th has now clobbered for me, with a business visitor all day. So for me the 13th is still fine. ---Terry On Aug 2, 2013, at 6:55 PM, William Tullis <williamptullis@gmail.com> wrote:

Bruce, Im also good with either date at 4pm. Thanks for coordinating. Best Regards, Bill On Jul 31, 2013, at 2:15 PM, Jesper Jurcenoks <jesper@jurcenoks.com> wrote: Hi Bruce, Surprising turn of events, Really glad that you have ensured forward momentum without NWSC support. I can meet Aug 13 or 14 at 4:00 pm. Jesper

On Wed, Jul 31, 2013 at 1:25 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: No to meeting!

Yes to alternative meeting.

So, Felicia Verdin is the City staff person from Neighborhood Watch who goes to the Neighborhood Watch Steering Committee (NWSC). The NWSC did not want to agendize, as I told you, and they are meeting somewhere away from City Hall, and I cant even get the location, as Felicia thinks its best to just not deal w/ the NWSC as they are opposed to the NG signs on City Right of Way. She does not want to tell me where meeting is, as there would be a conflict. I am not pleased w/ NWSC taking this position, but I can respect Felicia trying to avoid conflicts.

Felicia would like to meet w/ all of NG and try and work out a policy. She is actually very reasonable, open-minded, so if you agree I think it would be productive. In reality, the NWSC has no real authority to make these decisions but it seemed like a good idea to get their support.

Would you be willing to meet w/ Felicia and me in 2 weeks Aug 13 or 14, preferably before 5p, but she/I can meet at 6p if 4 or 5p not late enough.

Felicia will do some research pre-meeting. If she is not able to find a way to legalize, support official support of NG signs on right of way, then other option is for Libby to introduce some form of resolution to the Public Works committee, get support from councilmember there, and then get a new policy approved by full council this is a last alternative in my view.

Bruce

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From: William Tullis [mailto:williamptullis@gmail.com] Sent: Monday, July 29, 2013 7:26 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: Terry Galloway; Jesper Jurcenoks Subject: Re: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting

Bruce, First, Thanks again for your and Libby's continued support. It is very much appreciated.

Second, I have a request...

Can you please send out the meeting details (location, agenda, logistics, attendees, etc) tomorrow so I can "get the lay of the land" in advance.

I'm obviously most interested in the open forum portion of the meeting and I'd like to understand going in exactly how that will be run and what I can expect as well as what the NWSC expects from me and NG. As many details as you can provide is again appreciated. Thanks, Best Regards,

Bill

On Jul 29, 2013, at 3:26 PM, Jesper Jurcenoks <jesper@jurcenoks.com> wrote: Terry, Bill. Bruce.

I think that the Open Forum agenda item is a perfectly appropriate place to raise the issue.

Jesper

On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 3:09 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: I believe it was the decision of the Neighborhood Watch Steering Committee - a volunteer body that oversees citywide efforts. I don't know the exact reasoning, and Libby supports NG still going and speaking at open forum. I will plan to go to meeting and talk to staff and see what is best course for next steps. Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6129 bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here!

-----Original Message----From: Terry Galloway [mailto:terryrgalloway@icloud.com] Sent: Monday, July 29, 2013 3:07 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: William P Tullis; Jesper Jurcenoks Subject: Re: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting Why is thus topic not on the agenda-- can you help us understand? Sent from Terry's iPhone5

On Jul 29, 2013, at 9:22 AM, "Stoffmacher, Bruce" <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: > I was just told by the City Staff that Neighborhood Watch Steering/Advisory Committee is NOT putting this topic on the agenda (I have asked for confirmation several times). > > I need to talk to Libby and ask what she advises. I will reply later today. > > Bruce > > Bruce Stoffmacher > Community Liaison / Policy Analyst > Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 > o: (510) 238-7041 > f: (510) 238-6129 > bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com > > To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here! > > > -----Original Message----> From: William P Tullis [mailto:williamptullis@gmail.com] > Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2013 11:22 AM > To: Stoffmacher, Bruce > Cc: Schaaf, Libby; Jesper Jurcenoks; Terry Galloway > Subject: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting > > Bruce, > Following up...are we a "go" for next week's meeting with the NWSC? > > If so, can you provide the agenda and meeting logistics in advance. > Thx, > > Best Regards, > > Bill

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On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 11:01 AM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: JJ - are you avail to talk? Don't have your tel# Bruce Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6129 bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here!

-----Original Message----From: Stoffmacher, Bruce Sent: Monday, July 29, 2013 9:22 AM To: 'William P Tullis' Cc: Schaaf, Libby; Jesper Jurcenoks; Terry Galloway Subject: RE: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting I was just told by the City Staff that Neighborhood Watch Steering/Advisory Committee is NOT putting this topic on the agenda (I have asked for confirmation several times). I need to talk to Libby and ask what she advises. I will reply later today. Bruce Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6129 bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here!

-----Original Message----From: William P Tullis [mailto:williamptullis@gmail.com] Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2013 11:22 AM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: Schaaf, Libby; Jesper Jurcenoks; Terry Galloway Subject: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting Bruce, Following up...are we a "go" for next week's meeting with the NWSC? If so, can you provide the agenda and meeting logistics in advance. Thx, Best Regards, Bill

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www.linkedin.com/in/jurcenoks Don't print this email - Save a tree. Terry, Bill, In a discussion today with Bruce on this subject it occurred to me that some people might think we are trying to incur expenses onto the city for storage and mounting of the signs. I think Bill on Wednesday should make it perfectly clear that we volunteer to mount the signs on existing City of Oakland poles and that we intent for the signs to be 100% cost neutral to the city in regards to the physical act of installing and removing the signs. I also successfully testing this line on Bruce "I cannot see how mounting these signs can fail to reduce crime in the affected parts of Oakland, since this is a cost neutral proposal it would be a shame if the only thing stopping this citizen driven crime reduction is bureaucracy"

Jesper

On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 3:09 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: I believe it was the decision of the Neighborhood Watch Steering Committee - a volunteer body that oversees citywide efforts. I don't know the exact reasoning, and Libby supports NG still going and speaking at open forum. I will plan to go to meeting and talk to staff and see what is best course for next steps. Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6129 bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here!

-----Original Message----From: Terry Galloway [mailto:terryrgalloway@icloud.com] Sent: Monday, July 29, 2013 3:07 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: William P Tullis; Jesper Jurcenoks Subject: Re: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting Why is thus topic not on the agenda-- can you help us understand?

Sent from Terry's iPhone5 On Jul 29, 2013, at 9:22 AM, "Stoffmacher, Bruce" <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: > I was just told by the City Staff that Neighborhood Watch Steering/Advisory Committee is NOT putting this topic on the agenda (I have asked for confirmation several times). > > I need to talk to Libby and ask what she advises. I will reply later today. > > Bruce > > Bruce Stoffmacher > Community Liaison / Policy Analyst > Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 > o: (510) 238-7041 > f: (510) 238-6129 > bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com > > To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here! > > > -----Original Message----> From: William P Tullis [mailto:williamptullis@gmail.com] > Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2013 11:22 AM > To: Stoffmacher, Bruce > Cc: Schaaf, Libby; Jesper Jurcenoks; Terry Galloway > Subject: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting > > Bruce, > Following up...are we a "go" for next week's meeting with the NWSC? > > If so, can you provide the agenda and meeting logistics in advance. > Thx, > > Best Regards, > > Bill

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Bruce. I think that the Open Forum agenda item is a perfectly appropriate place to raise the issue. Jesper

On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 3:09 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: I believe it was the decision of the Neighborhood Watch Steering Committee - a volunteer body that oversees citywide efforts. I don't know the exact reasoning, and Libby supports NG still going and speaking at open forum. I will plan to go to meeting and talk to staff and see what is best course for next steps. Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6129 bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here!

-----Original Message----From: Terry Galloway [mailto:terryrgalloway@icloud.com] Sent: Monday, July 29, 2013 3:07 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: William P Tullis; Jesper Jurcenoks Subject: Re: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting Why is thus topic not on the agenda-- can you help us understand? Sent from Terry's iPhone5 On Jul 29, 2013, at 9:22 AM, "Stoffmacher, Bruce" <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: > I was just told by the City Staff that Neighborhood Watch Steering/Advisory Committee is NOT putting this topic on the agenda (I have asked for confirmation several times). > > I need to talk to Libby and ask what she advises. I will reply later today. > > Bruce > > Bruce Stoffmacher > Community Liaison / Policy Analyst > Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 > o: (510) 238-7041

> f: (510) 238-6129 > bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com > > To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here! > > > -----Original Message----> From: William P Tullis [mailto:williamptullis@gmail.com] > Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2013 11:22 AM > To: Stoffmacher, Bruce > Cc: Schaaf, Libby; Jesper Jurcenoks; Terry Galloway > Subject: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting > > Bruce, > Following up...are we a "go" for next week's meeting with the NWSC? > > If so, can you provide the agenda and meeting logistics in advance. > Thx, > > Best Regards, > > Bill

-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks Connect with me on LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jurcenoks Don't print this email - Save a tree. Hi Bruce, Surprising turn of events, Really glad that you have ensured forward momentum without NWSC support. I can meet Aug 13 or 14 at 4:00 pm. Jesper

On Wed, Jul 31, 2013 at 1:25 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: No to meeting!

Yes to alternative meeting.

So, Felicia Verdin is the City staff person from Neighborhood Watch who goes to the Neighborhood Watch Steering Committee (NWSC). The NWSC did not want to agendize, as I told you, and they are meeting somewhere away from City Hall, and I cant even get the location, as Felicia thinks its best to just not deal w/ the NWSC as they are opposed to the NG signs on City Right of Way. She does not want to tell me where meeting is, as there would be a conflict. I am not pleased w/ NWSC taking this position, but I can respect Felicia trying to avoid conflicts.

Felicia would like to meet w/ all of NG and try and work out a policy. She is actually very reasonable, open-minded, so if you agree I think it would be productive. In reality, the NWSC has no real authority to make these decisions but it seemed like a good idea to get their support.

Would you be willing to meet w/ Felicia and me in 2 weeks Aug 13 or 14, preferably before 5p, but she/I can meet at 6p if 4 or 5p not late enough.

Felicia will do some research pre-meeting. If she is not able to find a way to legalize, support official support of NG signs on right of way, then other option is for Libby to introduce some form of resolution to the Public Works committee, get support from councilmember there, and then get a new policy approved by full council this is a last alternative in my view.

Bruce

Bruce Stoffmacher
Community Liaison / Policy Analyst

Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf,


City of Oakland - District 4 o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6129

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From: William Tullis [mailto:williamptullis@gmail.com] Sent: Monday, July 29, 2013 7:26 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: Terry Galloway; Jesper Jurcenoks Subject: Re: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting

Bruce, First, Thanks again for your and Libby's continued support. It is very much appreciated.

Second, I have a request...

Can you please send out the meeting details (location, agenda, logistics, attendees, etc) tomorrow so I can "get the lay of the land" in advance.

I'm obviously most interested in the open forum portion of the meeting and I'd like to understand going in exactly how that will be run and what I can expect as well as what the NWSC expects from me and NG. As many details as you can provide is again appreciated. Thanks, Best Regards,

Bill

On Jul 29, 2013, at 3:26 PM, Jesper Jurcenoks <jesper@jurcenoks.com> wrote: Terry, Bill. Bruce.

I think that the Open Forum agenda item is a perfectly appropriate place to raise the issue.

Jesper

On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 3:09 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: I believe it was the decision of the Neighborhood Watch Steering Committee - a volunteer body that oversees citywide efforts. I don't know the exact reasoning, and Libby supports NG still going and speaking at open forum. I will plan to go to meeting and talk to staff and see what is best course for next steps. Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6129 bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here!

-----Original Message----From: Terry Galloway [mailto:terryrgalloway@icloud.com] Sent: Monday, July 29, 2013 3:07 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: William P Tullis; Jesper Jurcenoks Subject: Re: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting Why is thus topic not on the agenda-- can you help us understand? Sent from Terry's iPhone5 On Jul 29, 2013, at 9:22 AM, "Stoffmacher, Bruce" <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: > I was just told by the City Staff that Neighborhood Watch Steering/Advisory Committee is NOT putting this topic on the agenda (I have asked for confirmation several times). > > I need to talk to Libby and ask what she advises. I will reply later today. > > Bruce >

> Bruce Stoffmacher > Community Liaison / Policy Analyst > Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 > o: (510) 238-7041 > f: (510) 238-6129 > bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com > > To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here! > > > -----Original Message----> From: William P Tullis [mailto:williamptullis@gmail.com] > Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2013 11:22 AM > To: Stoffmacher, Bruce > Cc: Schaaf, Libby; Jesper Jurcenoks; Terry Galloway > Subject: Confirming 7/31 NWSC Meeting > > Bruce, > Following up...are we a "go" for next week's meeting with the NWSC? > > If so, can you provide the agenda and meeting logistics in advance. > Thx, > > Best Regards, > > Bill

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Bruce. I was a great success. Lee should be in touch with you regarding a mention in Libby's weekly newsletter. Jesper
On Oct 14, 2013 11:33 AM, "Stoffmacher, Bruce" <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: All,

Sorry I could not make it, had a family trip I needed to be part of. Hope it was a big success. Bruce

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From: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com [mailto:neighborhood-guardboard@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks Sent: Saturday, October 12, 2013 8:35 AM To: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Leaving for dimon library see you soon

See you all down there.

Jesper 'JJ' Jurcenoks Thumbed from mobile device -You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Neighborhood Guard Board and Committees" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to neighborhood-guardboard+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/groups/opt_out. Thanks Bruce. I just checked the list of previous Local Hero'es and Jacque Hachquet has NOT received the Award before! she lives in D4 Jesper

On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 10:59 AM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Thank you for quick reply and more importantly for your leadership. Traditionally, this local heroes has been for D4 residents I agree your work supports all of Oakland, will defer to Libby and reply asap.

I can say for sure event is 2.8 10a-1p (mostly over by 12p if not sooner), and well definitely award the D4 non-past award winners.

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From: William Tullis [mailto:williamptullis@gmail.com] Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 10:40 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: Jesper Jurcenoks Subject: Local Heroes

Bruce, As requested, here's our recommended list of nominees for the "Local Heroes". In short, it's the Board of NG all of whom shared in the heavy lifting. Will leave it to you to decide the final list to submit if crossing districts is an issue. Bottom line: all are Oakland residents...

Thanks again.

BT

-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks Connect with me on LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jurcenoks Don't print this email - Save a tree. Now launched in Oakland, pls review. I first heard of Philadelphia PD launching a map where residents could upload camera locations, so PPD could then ask permission to get footage. This is different in that it's a volunteer effort by for profit camera Firm, and that everyone can see map. Founder Josh doing press release in Oakland in 2 wks. Would like your feedback. Sent from mobile phone Begin forwarded message: From: "Josh Daniels" <josh@joshdaniels.com> Date: November 8, 2013 at 5:53:16 PM PST To: "'Stoffmacher, Bruce'" <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> Subject: RE: SF Press Hi BruceHere is the link to Oakland / East Bay: http://www.videosurveillance.com/communitycam/map/?pv=oaklandeastbay There are over 1,000 cameras mapped in greater Oakland. Josh

Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks, Hi. This is Bruce from Councilmember Libby Schaaf's office. Libby asked me to contact you to discuss your camera research. You may be aware that we have done a fair amount of research on the subject, and we are very interested in hearing about what others in community are doing. We hope to support people's efforts to make the area safer. Please give me call, or email me when I can call you to discuss.

Thank you. Bruce

Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6910 bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com

Jesper, Libby asked me to contact you re cameras. Please email/call me w/ any questions and I will do my best to assist you. Bruce

Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland - District 4 o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6910 bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com To suscribe to our newsletter, click: here! -----Original Message----From: Libby [mailto:libbyforoakland@gmail.com] Sent: Saturday, October 29, 2011 3:09 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Subject: Camera Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks Email jesper@jurcenoks.com Call Him re his camera research. Sent from my iPhone We are sorry to hear about this, and glad to see how responsive you are to addressing this unfortunate issue.

This looks good from my point of view. My only suggestion is to consider putting the dates in order, and of course make the fonts the same size. Bruce

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From: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com [mailto:neighborhood-guardboard@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jesper Jurcenoks Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2013 10:35 AM To: William P Tullis Cc: Lee Rutter; neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: Max Horowitz/Heartman

Thank you Bill and thank you to those of you who emailed me individually. I have been discussing the issue with my combined Legal and Media consultant this morning, he specialized in crisis management. Based on his recommendation I drafted a much improved prepared statement, (below). he is currently reviewing the text and we should still see further improvements. As for Release my initial gut feeling is that transparency and openness is better, the argument against is that only 10% of the people on the contact list associates Max with our organization at this point. Working to frame/spin the statement so that we come out on top even with the 90% who didn't knew about this before we told them.
============================================================== On March 25,2013 Max Horowitz was sentenced to 9 month of parole for impersonating a federal officer. On May 12th, 2013 Max Horowitz withdrew as volunteer of Neighborhood Guard

On May 16th, 2013 Max Horowitz was arrested for violating his parole. On May 29th, 2013 the Neighborhood Guard Board learned about Max Horowitz's recent conviction and arrest and in response im the organization's mandatory background check to include all volunteer positions. "We are surprised and shocked to learn of Max Horowitz's deception", says Neighborhood Guard Chairman Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks and

that the importance of being a vigilant neighbor is higher than ever."

Neighborhood Guard have at this time not uncovered any record or incidence of Max Horowitz obtaining unwarranted privileges, item

Neighborhood Guard is cooperating with FBI in its investigation.


Neighborhood Guard is a non-profit volunteer organization that fights to reduce property crimes and violence in residential neighborhood groups. You can read more about Neighborhood Guards on www.neighborhoodguard.org =============================================================

On Thu, May 30, 2013 at 10:16 AM, William P Tullis <williamptullis@gmail.com> wrote: JJ, Thanks for the detailed clarification. To your question, from a PR standpoint I believe it's always best to be proactive and stay ahead of the story (play offense) vs. reactive (playing defense). Net, recommend we post the statement sooner vs later. Best Regards, Bill On May 30, 2013, at 12:00 AM, Jesper Jurcenoks <jesper@jurcenoks.com> wrote: First thank you to Lee and Nanine for bringing this to our attention. I personally read the San Jose Mercuny News for its silicon Valley coverage and therefore miss some of the local Oakland stuff. I had not see this when it was in the Oakland or SF newspapers. In the future please do not hesitate to bring items like this forward ASAP, transparency is key in our organization. I have been reviewing the original complaint made by the FBI against him, http://ia601200.us.archive.org/34/items/gov.uscourts.cand.258690/gov.uscourts.cand.258690.1.0. pdf The News link incorrectly stated that Max was impersonating an FBI Agent,in fact he was charged with impersonating a DOD officer. The complaint alleged that he used his fake ID to purchase Ammunition and Beer. This is how he presented himself in the first email he sent to me.
On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 11:07 PM, Max Horowitz <max.j.plog-horowitz@us.army.mil> wrote: Hey JJ, My name is Max Horowitz, I work for the Department of Defense Police and met you tonight at the Redwood Heights Neighborhood Watch meeting. If you'd be willing, I'd love to sit down with you and take a look at the system you guys have in place in more depth than is otherwise publicly viewable, as well as get some information regarding camera makes/models, software set ups, etc. I can be reached via telephone at 707-327-6726, or via email (my work email is max.j.plog-horowitz@us.army.mil, my personal is jufam44@gmail.com.) It was a pleasure meeting you this evening. Best

-Max

He did show me the fake DOD ID on May 6th. These events were before he was arrested the first time, and thus will not affect the current proceedings against Max. In the interest of full transparency and highest commitment to crime fighting I think that we (meaning I) should contact the FBI in San Francisco to share our groups relationship with Max I think our prepared statement should be something like this: ============================================================== Max Horowitz withdrew from the Interim Board of Neighborhood Guard by phone to Chairman Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks on or around May 12th. Max's withdrawal was announced to the rest of the Board on May 13th, 2013. While serving on the Neighborhood Guard interim board Max Horowitz conducted himself professionally and helped grow the organization. "We are surprised to learn that Max was in fact not in law enforcement, he certainly played the part well", says Neighborhood Guard Chairman Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks. We have at this time not uncovered any record or incidence of Max Horowitz obtaining unwarranted privileges, items or information from Neighborhood Guard based on the fact that he was impersonating a law enforcement officer. ============================================================= Question: should we proactively post the statement on the web or should we wait until someone raises the issue ? JJ PS: I have removed Max from our Google Groups mailing list and revoked his access to the Google Drive Documents.

On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 7:24 PM, Lee Rutter <leerutter@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

From: Lee Rutter [mailto:leerutter@sbcglobal.net] Sent: Thursday, May 23, 2013 9:09 AM

To: 'Nanine Watson' Subject: Did you see this?

Hi Nanine, I am not sure what to say about this article on Max Heartmann. It is certainly our Max from NG.

http://www.insidebayarea.com/breaking-news/ci_23298928/oakland-man-who-posed-an-fbiagent-arrested

Lee

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Great work. Looks like the crime stats graph has a mistake two sets of 2011-2012 crime columns w/ % change is one really 2010-2011, or 2012-2013? Also need an HOA? Most areas do not have HOAs do you mean a loose organization? You dont need to reply to me if all clear to others, just want to give quick feedback. Bruce

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From: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com [mailto:neighborhood-guardboard@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jesper Jurcenoks Sent: Sunday, December 01, 2013 9:55 PM To: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Draft Tri Fold for review

Hi All, I know you didn't have much time at the Board Meeting to see the Latest Tri fold. As promised here is the latest version of Bill Tullis' tri fold for your off-line review. Remember: Perfect is the enemy of done. JJ -Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks Connect with me on LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jurcenoks Don't print this email - Save a tree. -You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Neighborhood Guard Board and Committees" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to neighborhood-guardboard+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/groups/opt_out.

Thanks for minutes I will send to my listserves, and ask Lisa and Shereda in our office to send to theirs. Bruce Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst City of Oakland - District 4
o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6910 bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here! From: Jesper Jurcenoks [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2012 12:46 AM To: Max Horowitz; Jesper Jurcenoks Subject: Minutes: Founding Meeting Neighborhood Guard COOP Nov 19, 2012

Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf,

Dear Friends and neighbors. Thank you for enthusiasm yesterday, with this kind of community support we cannot avoid making a dent in the rising crime here in Oakland. We found a nice White Ski jacket at the end of the event yesterday, if you are missing it then you can pick it up in the office at Redwood Heights Recreation Center. Unfortunately not all of the email addresses where readable, so if you only get these minutes by forward but believe you should have gotten them directly then please send us an email.

===================== Minutes ===========================

Founding Meeting, Nov 19, 2012, Redwood Heights Recreation Center.

The founding meeting of the Oakland "Neighborhood Guard Cooperative" was held November 19, 2012 at Redwood Heights Recreation Center, 3883 Aliso Avenue, Oakland, CA between 6 pm and 8:30 pm. The meeting room was full, standing room only, with about 60 people attending. Co-op founder Jesper JJ Jurcenoks chaired the meeting, Moderated by Mary Kay Rusell of the Redwood Ridge Neighborhood organization and Max Horowitz, Minutes: Sandra Pohutsky, Thank you to Terry Galloway for providing a projector and a screen for us.

Oakland City Councilmember Libby Schaaf Ms. Schaaf expressed her gratitude to the organizers who reacted to a tragic occasion in their neighborhood to make it safer and who are now sharing their experience in finding security solutions for

the rest of Oakland. Ms. Schaaf said we are entering an era of crowd sourcing and are on the verge of creating networks that the Oakland Police Department could never accomplish. Ms. Schaaf reported that she knew of at least three cases in 2012 of Oakland Police Department arresting criminals using evidence from private security cameras; all were convicted. Founding Neighborhood Guard founder JJ Jurcenoks began with his local neighborhood watch group when one of his neighbors was brutally attacked at home. They vowed that they would work on a method to protect others by reducing the danger of criminals breaking into Oakland homes. For their neighborhood they set the goal that no Criminal would enter or leave their neighborhood undetected. Neighborhood Camera System As Mr. Jurcenoks researched security cameras to capture street traffic; he found that 'low end' cameras were affordable but did not capture images well enough to be useful and the "high end" systems, which captured images well, would cost upwards of $50,000 Mr. Jurcenoks found a moderately-priced camera system (about $2,200 before potential discounts) that captures car license plates very well in bright light, sun glare, nighttime, fog, rain and a combination of those conditions, including car headlights shining directly into the camera lens at night. He showed those images to the group, including an image of a skunk crossing the road. In his test in his neighborhood, he was able to read the license plates of 98% of the vehicles passing the camera.. Every car that enters his neighborhood is photographed. The system setup: locate cameras at entrance and exit point in the neighborhood. Position cameras low to capture the license plate. If possible, place camera on the outside of a curve where traffic slows, although the camera can capture license plates of higher speed vehicles. Special streets: camera positioning is especially important on high traffic streets. More cameras are needed on streets divided by medians. Place dummy decoy cameras in other locations in the neighborhood, along with prominent signs announcing that video surveillance is being conducted. The signs are needed for legal reason (removal of expectancy of privacy) and are also a deterrent to crime. The real cameras can be very well hidden. A polarized lens may be added to the camera to better capture images of people inside the vehicles. The images are uploaded directly to the internet (cloud storage), not to a computer in a neighbor's home. In the sample setup the images are stored images are stored for 60 days but it could be longer. If a home in the neighborhood experiences a crime, a group of trusted neighbors can review the saved images for the appropriate time to retrieve images of "non-trusted" vehicles for the Oakland Police Department to use in its investigation. "Non trusted vehicles" are those that are not on the list of neighbors' vehicle license plate numbers. If there is no reported crime, the images are not watched or monitored. The neighborhood group had software created so that searching saved images is fairly fast and easy. Still to be developed or bought from a vendor: automatic license plate recognition software to automatically check license plate numbers against a database of trusted license plates and suspicious vehicles compiled by neighborhood groups. In response to a question about stolen license plates, Mr. Jurcenoks reported that he had discussed the matter with Captain Jeff Israel of the Oakland Police Department, who said that capturing vehicle images, even with stolen license plates, makes it easier for OPD to catch criminals; Max Horowitz, who works in security, explained that many cameras used by private companies, airports

and law enforcement agencies, upload realtime images of passing license plates, which enables the police to track even stolen cars and license plates effectively. Linking Data An enormous benefit of this emerging neighborhood security camera system is the data exchange; a criminal in one neighborhood could be traced as he moves through other neighborhoods on the day of the crime and on other days of reported crimes. Privacy Considerations Concern about privacy in particular who has access to images was a concern for the audience. Planned solution includes highly limited access to the images captured, only exchange of non-trusted license plates. Designated persons from each group will only have access to images from their own group. Individual Home Camera Security Systems There was a question from the audience about ability to contribute privately obtained images to the coordinated system and database, and this feature planned for implementation. Many people had questions about getting a personal camera system that would cover their homes; this was not part of the purpose of tonight's meeting but City Councilmember Libby Schaaf referred questions to the website she created, www.safeoakland.com as it contained information about privately owned system. Mr. Jurcenoks noted that having both a home security camera and a neighborhood camera system would provide the best of security for homeowners. One of the services that Neighborhood Guard will provide will be to coordinate experienced between neighbors on which systems work well and how to best install them. One Neighborhood's Early Experience Max Horowitz reported that several of his neighbors had installed individual home camera security systems, the had also investigated public camera solutions but that purchasing software to retrieve images was very expensive (starting at $2,500) and not as good as the software created by JJ Jurcenoks. Organized Neighborhoods In order to collect money, it helps for the neighborhood to organize as a kind of group either as a Homeowners Association or as a neighborhood group. Mr. Jurcenoks suggested "unincorporated" under California Revenue and Taxation code 23701t and he will give more information to those interested in forming a group, including board organization, bylaws and a bank that will open a small checking account. Several people reported that raising money for a neighborhood security system is best done by stating the amount of money needed and how it will be used, then asking for donations without specific "dues" per household. One must be persistent to collect the pledged donations; ask more than once. The issue of some neighbors not donating money but receiving the benefits of the camera security system was mentioned. The general sentiment was that each criminal caught makes each of us safer and that we cannot overcome the propensity of some people to withhold their contributions. Mr. Jurcenoks has made numerous presentations of Neighborhood Guard to neighborhood groups and will continue to do so when asked, with the help of more volunteers. Also see www.neighborhoodguard.org. Neighborhood Guard Co-Operative Association A co-operative is a company owned and run by its members. It is not a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, and has no limitations on activities and sources of revenue. If members decide to do so, the co-op could encourage Oakland city officials to take steps necessary for security. If the co-op develops a

computer system of value, it could be an income producing asset. If the co-op makes money, dividends may be paid to members. Members must share in ongoing expenses. The Neighborhood Guard is a "next generation" co-op; as far as Mr. Jurcenoks knows, there is no other such COOP group for public safety in the world. Benefits of Membership in Neighborhood Guard Co-op 1. Help each of us create our neighborhood homeowners association. 2. Train us how to install the neighborhood camera security system. 3. Cloud storage of images 4. Access to Neighborhood Guards software to quickly search through saved images if a crime is reported in the neighborhood. 5. Instruction on best ways to report crimes to Oakland Police Department for effective response 6. Continual evaluation of cameras and other neighborhood security measures such as patrols and new services as they become available 7. Buying power of a group Obligations of Membership in Neighborhood Guard Co-op 1. After we establish our neighborhood, each neighborhood will help three more new neighborhood groups (and each of those will each help three new groups, etc.) 2. Participate: feedback on crime prevention, help make neighborhood guard better, volunteer. 3. Neighborhoods pay annual dues. Example of Possible Costs (does not include the cost to buy cameras and signs) First 10 houses $500 buy in the first year. Yearly dues of $100 per group plus $100 per camera. Next 40 houses add $500 buy in the first year. Same yearly dues as above. Next 50 houses add $500 buy in the first year. Same yearly dues as above. a. 8 houses on a cul de sac with one camera will pay $500 to buy into the coop the first year and yearly dues of $200. b. 47 houses with 3 cameras might pay $1,000 to buy into the coop the first year and yearly dues of $400. c. 92 houses with 2 cameras might pay $1,500 to buy into the coop the first year and yearly dues of $300. d. 249 houses with 3 cameras might pay $3,000 to buy into the coop the first year and yearly dues of $400. House count: use Google maps and count all houses whether homeowners are participating or not. Apartment and office buildings: to be determined. No practical minimum number of houses; a small cul-de-sac could install a neighborhood camera. The By-in money will be used to finance the Video software and new features like Automated License plate recognition. The annual fee will cover online hosting of Images for the neighborhood group, data exchange services between the groups; state fees etc. Unless the co-op decides to change the Bylaws, all work in the co-op will be unpaid volunteer work. Camera maintenance: responsibility of homeowners groups and camera manufacturer, with guidance from Neighborhood Guard. Neighborhood Watch Neighborhood Guard is not associated with, connected to or sponsored by Neighborhood Watch,

although existing Neighborhood Watch groups may be interested in joining Neighborhood Guard. Neighborhood Guard Organization A interim board and several committees must be formed to launch the co-op. President - JJ Jurcenoks was acclaimed as interim president Treasurer - Jacque Hachquet volunteered Secretary - seeking volunteer to take minutes, maintain member list, filing and paperwork as needed. Committees: volunteers sought. At this interim time Individuals may volunteer on committees even if their neighborhood is not participating in the Neighborhood Guard coop yet. a. Bylaws/Legal - write bylaws, review contracts b. Public Relations and Marketing - Kay Charney Fillmore volunteered to chair c. Webmaster including search engine optimization (SEO) and web design with Java script d. Membership and Recruiting to make presentations to neighborhoods and reach out at neighborhood fairs and other events, seeking more neighborhoods and individual volunteers. e. Member Services to evaluate new services that may be useful to co op members. f. Tech support to help member neighborhood organizations and to evaluate tech features of proposed new services, g. Software Development to look at the software developed by and donated by JJ Jurcenoks and to add new features as needed 15 new volunteers signed up for committees and positions of trust.

To volunteer to serve on a committee or as secretary or to be included on the group email list, please email Mr. Jurcenoks at jesper@jurcenoks.com or respond via www.neighborhoodguard.org. To make this co-op work well, we must spread the work among many volunteers and neighborhoods throughout Oakland.

Next meeting: to be announced.

-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks

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To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here! From: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com [mailto:neighborhood-guardboard@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jesper Jurcenoks Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2013 2:03 PM To: Jeff NCPC Cc: paul99@gmail.com; leerutter@sbcglobal.net; susanrschroeder@gmail.com; dunduckitymur@gmail.com; neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: UPDATE Minutes Nov 30, 2012 (neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com)

Jeff. I just talked to the Redwood Heights Rec-center and we can borrow their room for free on Thursday 7:00 to 8:30 pm, but we have to fill out a paper on-site to get the room. I am out of town these days and won't land until Late Wednesday evening, that is too late to fill out the papers. Will you be able to go by the center tonight to fill out the paper ? Explain that is it for a Neighborhood Security meeting (covering the neighborhoods of Piedmont Pines, Redwood Heights and more) , and not a home owners association and then we don't have to pay. Their phone is (510) 482-7827 Jesper

On Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 1:41 PM, Jeff NCPC <Jeff22XNCPC@att.net> wrote: How many people are we expecting to attend? Is there anyone who can volunteer to help me with this today? I am at work, so I'm juggling this task. Thanks, Jeff

On Jan 8, 2013, at 10:31 AM, Jeff NCPC wrote:

I hate to report bad news, but John from Nama's was mistaken when he told me the room was available for our Thurs meeting (another group already had it booked). I will try to find another location and let you know today. Jeff

On Jan 7, 2013, at 12:23 PM, Jesper JJ Jurcenoks wrote:

Jeff. Thanks for fixing this. I agree with you that keeping the time and changing the venue is always the better option. I just didn't have the bandwidth right now to change venue. Again thanks for taking care of this. JJ Thumbed from mobile device

-------- Original message -------From: Jeff NCPC <Jeff22XNCPC@att.net> Date: 01/07/2013 1:51 PM (GMT-06:00) To: Paul Liu <paul99@gmail.com> Cc: Lee Rutter <leerutter@sbcglobal.net>,Jesper Jurcenoks <jesper@jurcenoks.com>,Susan Schroeder <susanrschroeder@gmail.com>,"Valerie Fahnestock (Google Drive)" <dunduckitymur@gmail.com>,neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: Minutes Nov 30, 2012 (neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com)

OK, I just spoke with the owner of Nama Japanese Cuisine in the Dimond (3400 Fruitvale), and reserved the private upstairs meeting room for us, for our scheduled meeting this Thursday, Jan 10 at 7pm. They will not charge us for using the room. I have been there for other meetings and it is a good space. My personal view is that we should try to keep to our scheduled meetings whenever possible. Rescheduling at the last minute is always problematic when you have so many people involved. Best, Jeff Edman On Jan 7, 2013, at 10:42 AM, Paul Liu <paul99@gmail.com> wrote: Either Thursday works for me. - Paul

On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 8:39 AM, Jeff NCPC <Jeff22XNCPC@att.net> wrote: If we can keep to our original plan for this Thursday, I will look into finding another venue. Jeff Edman On Jan 7, 2013, at 8:07 AM, Lee Rutter wrote:

Dear all,

New meeting time/date conflicts with another committee position but I will have co-member pick up slack for me will see you all on 17th.

Lee

From: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com [mailto:neighborhood-guardboard@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jesper Jurcenoks Sent: Sunday, January 06, 2013 10:36 PM To: Susan Schroeder Cc: Valerie Fahnestock (Google Drive); neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: Minutes Nov 30, 2012 (neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com)

Hi All.

I hope everyone got well into the new year.

I have talked to Susan and wished her a good trip. She is graciously offering her house for us one week later on Thursday January 17th. at 7:00 pm (4225 Ridgemont Court, Oakland, CA 94619)

Please confirm that this new meeting time works for you.

Since last meeting and agenda for our meeting.

I assume everyone has been as busy as I rounding out the year at work and with the holiday celebrations and New Year,I certainly has only had little time to think about Neighborhood Guard, so it comes very convenient that we get 1 extra week to complete the tasks we have taken on.

1. Since Last time I have a done a few presentations and we have a new member signed up (Ridgemont) for Full Membership. So we need to move forward on the Draft Bylaws. 2. Nanine have you had time to look at the COOP links I sent you? 3. We have received some nice Logo suggestions from Vaughn that he will present to us, he will go over which values he sees as important for Neighborhood Guard to signal and how his logo designs reflect these values. 4. I have been writing on the specifications for the Camera Bid, and I am done with the Technical Part, now I have to write the BID part. 5. Jacque as our Treasurer have your found out what cost is involved in getting Bonded? Which Bank to use? 6. Valerie feels that the Secretary jobs might be to much for her and will continue as a regular board member moving forward. Valerie's friend Janice might be giving us a helping hand remotely from Sonora (not Sonoma) 7. A few versions of the main presentations are online in the Google Docs Presenation folder, with more to come. I have given one presentation with Chuck, still trying to coordinate one with Lee Rutter.

Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks.

On Sat, Jan 5, 2013 at 10:58 PM, Susan Schroeder <susanrschroeder@gmail.com> wrote: I will unfortunately be out of town this coming Thursday, so I cannot host the meeting. I can have the meeting here any night the following week. Or if you can relocate and meet without me, I will be trying to get a written report out before I go or while on the road. Sorry for last minute change of plans. Susan Schroeder

On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 1:52 PM, Valerie Fahnestock (Google Drive) <dunduckitymur@gmail.com> wrote:

Attached: Minutes Nov 30, 2012


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-----Original Message----From: Jesper Jurcenoks (Private) [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] Sent: Friday, December 02, 2011 3:41 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Subject: Re: FW: Camera Hi Bruce. We talked on October 31, I promised to share my Reseach and make a whitepaper for other neighborhoods to implement after once we had found the optimal solution. We are still working out all the kinks. JJ On 12/2/2011 1:40 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce wrote: > Jesper, > > Libby asked me to contact you re cameras. Please email/call me w/ any > questions and I will do my best to assist you. > Bruce > > > Bruce Stoffmacher > Community Liaison / Policy Analyst > Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf, > City of Oakland - District 4 > o: (510) 238-7041 > f: (510) 238-6910 > bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com > > To suscribe to our newsletter, click: here! > > -----Original Message----> From: Libby [mailto:libbyforoakland@gmail.com] > Sent: Saturday, October 29, 2011 3:09 PM > To: Stoffmacher, Bruce > Subject: Camera > > Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks > > Email jesper@jurcenoks.com > > Call Him re his camera research. > > Sent from my iPhone Jesper,

Very engaging meeting. Do you, someone plan on writing a summary, or perhaps you already have a synopsis of program + ask for more community volunteers + new neighborhoods? Im being asked to post a summary. Thanks, Bruce Bruce Stoffmacher Community Liaison / Policy Analyst City of Oakland - District 4
o: (510) 238-7041 f: (510) 238-6910 bstoffmacher@oaklandnet.com To subscribe to our newsletter, click: here! From: Jesper Jurcenoks [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] Sent: Saturday, November 03, 2012 9:05 PM To: Schaaf, Libby; Libby Schaaf; Stoffmacher, Bruce Subject: Neighborhood crime prevention Video Solutions goes to the next level.

Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf,

Hi Libby and Bruce. Thank you once again for the support you have given this issue since the terrible home-invasion and sexual assault last year up on Wilton Drive on my Block. Our volunteer driven Video surveillance now have so much momentum in the neighborhoods all over Oakland that we are upping the ante and creating a coop of neighborhood watch groups. We would love to have you: Libby, come by and say a few words during our founding meeting in the Redwood Height Rec center. We would also love a mention in your newsletter. Please find below the press-release that we have created and visit http://neighborhoodguard.org/ for more info.

Neighborhood Guard
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jesper Jurcenoks Email: jesper@jurcenoks.com www.neighborhoodguard.org

Oakland Neighborhood Watch Groups to make COOP


Founding meeting Nov 19. 2012
Oakland citizens are sick and tired of the lack of political will to address the high crime. In response the citizens are creating a new unprecedented level of volunteer organization and coordination among Neighborhood Watch groups to actively reduce crime without turning to vigilantism. An excellent relationship with Oakland PD ensures accurate and timely reporting to the police who returns the favor with an appropriate response. By creating a COOP of Neighborhood Watch groups Neighborhood Guard ensures the investment in safety stays in the community and directly benefits the stakeholders. The buying power and access to cutting-edge video surveillance software will benefit all members while the member driven mentor program will help new members get up to speed on security and video surveillance installations before they in turn go out and help others. Crime-prevention activist and founder Jesper Jurcenoks explains: You cannot take the short view that each neighborhood is an island; Helping other neighborhoods besides your own is the only way to reduce crime in an area like Oakland; You have to tell yourself: every criminal I can help catch in another neighborhood is one less criminal who will visit my neighborhood. This motivation is what drives us to help others blocks and neighborhoods. Founding meeting: Redwood Heights Recreation Center, 3883 Aliso Avenue, Oakland, CA, 94619 Monday November 19, 2012, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. ### Neighborhood Guard (NG) is a volunteer driven crime prevention group based in Oakland, that specializes in Neighborhood Watch group driven and installed Video surveillance of public streets. Neighborhood Guard was started in response to a violent home-invasion in the Oakland Hills in the Spring of 11, Major Milestones: First installation in Jan 12, Custom surveillance Software in production Feb 12, OPD endorsement May 12 in connection with First Crime solved, July 6 12 SF Chronicle front page coverage. To date more than 30 presentations to neighborhoods, 10+ groups part of NG or waiting to join, with 20 more getting ready, covering a total of 10,000 Oakland citizens. ### If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Jesper Jurcenoks, First available date for face to face interview is Nov 7th, please email: jesper@jurcenoks.com www.neighborhoodguard.org

-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks

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Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf,

Hi All in Neighborhood Guard. I wanted to share this with you. The small group that I am scheduled to go and talk to next week: "Arcadia Park", just told me that they had a shooting last night and one of their neighbors where shot dead in the street while returning home from work. This certainly causes us all to pause and question the logic in spending our energy trying to right Oakland. I hope you, like me, will come to the conclusion that we need to double our efforts, and not give up in face of adversity. Jesper ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Jesper Jurcenoks <jesper@jurcenoks.com> Date: Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 1:09 PM Subject: Re: : Arcadia Park : NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH/GUARDIANS To: "E. J." <ejinx007@hotmail.com>

Cc: "charleskonigsberg@yahoo.com" <charleskonigsberg@yahoo.com>, "leerutter@sbcglobal.net" <leerutter@sbcglobal.net>, "Ms. Kathy Chiang" <chiangk1@gmail.com> Ericka. I am absolutely devastated reading about the senseless killing of a neighbor right inside your small community, sometimes it feels absolutely hopeless to combat this violence, I am very personally touched by this incidence as I know that you are all working on organizing a group to reduce crime and I hope that we at neighborhood Guard can help you with that. When I come to speak next week at your function it will be with a very somber mood. I will make sure to see you tonight at City Hall. As for lack of Projector, this only alternative solution is to use a large modern flatscreen. any flatscreen TV made within the last 4 years should have a VGA, or HDMI input. I have packed an HDMI cable into my Bag. While I know where the Arcadia Park area is in Oakland, I still don't know which house to go to, and I don't want to do my presentation on the corner of 98 Ave and San Leandro Street. Can you help us with a specific address. Jesper

On Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 10:23 AM, E. J. <ejinx007@hotmail.com> wrote: Hello there Jesper! Glad you will be able to come out next week. Kathy and I are planning on attending the Neighborhood Watch downtown today so may see/meet you tonight? We were trying to be preventative in getting this done, but now I have Very bad news one of our neighbors was shot and killed last night. Police suspect was an attempted robbery...
http://m.insidebayarea.com/iba/db_22810/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=hd6X56w 5

So far I have not been able to secure a projector.. Is it possible to conduct without? With handouts? I will be responsible for the cost of getting them printed if necessary. I think my coworker may have a projector so I will ask him today.... so may still get a projector but was just thinking we may need a backup plan? I will let you know.. -Ericka

Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2012 08:13:11 -0800 Subject: Re: : Arcadia Park : NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH/GUARDIANS From: jesper@jurcenoks.com To: ejinx007@hotmail.com CC: charleskonigsberg@yahoo.com; leerutter@sbcglobal.net; chiangk1@gmail.com

Hi Ericka. I will be there, Charles should be there too. JJ On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 6:56 AM, E. J. <ejinx007@hotmail.com> wrote: Good Morning JJ! So just wanted to confirm you would be able to come out and speak with us on Wednesday 12/19/12 @ 7pm. Does that still work for you? We can make it 6:30 if that is better for you. Our community is located 98th and San Leandro in East Oakland. You mentioned a projector? Is there anything else you would need? Thanks again! Let me know -Ericka Jenkins

Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 15:12:25 -0600 Subject: Re: YAY RE: Arcadia Park : NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH/GUARDIANS From: jesper@jurcenoks.com To: ejinx007@hotmail.com CC: charleskonigsberg@yahoo.com; leerutter@sbcglobal.net; chiangk1@gmail.com I can do Dec 19. JJ On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 1:58 PM, E. J. <ejinx007@hotmail.com> wrote: Thanks so much for getting back to me on that one Jesper! I saw the same thing from Neighborhood Watch and was thinking of changing the meeting as well. Would you guys be able to attend the following Wednesday 12/19/12??? That would be great if you could. If not we can come up with a date in January :) let me know! Ericka

Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 10:02:01 -0600 Subject: Re: Arcadia Park : NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH/GUARDIANS From: jesper@jurcenoks.com To: ejinx007@hotmail.com; charleskonigsberg@yahoo.com CC: leerutter@sbcglobal.net Hi Ericka.

I just learned that the City of Oakland is hosting a meeting for all the Oakland Neighborhood Watch people at City Hall on Dec 12. that we need to go to. your next meeting on Dec 26, does not work well for me. Can we pick a date in January ? Jesper

On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 9:23 AM, Jesper Jurcenoks <jesper@jurcenoks.com> wrote: Ericka, sorry for the late answer. I am traveling at the moment. We would love to come, I am including Chuck (Charles) in this conversation as he is our coordinator on speaking events, but I believe that I don't have another speaking engagement that evening. I will also try to bring Lee Rutter with me, who is handling new members. Please have a projector / screen ready for us and let us know the address Jesper On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 11:07 PM, E. J. <ejinx007@hotmail.com> wrote: Good Evening!! Forwarding this to you again in case spam caught the last one :) Will try to call you soon just work has been hectic and then i get in too late to call.... -Ericka

From: ejinx007@hotmail.com To: jesper@jurcenoks.com Subject: NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH/GUARDIANS Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2012 22:47:40 -0800 Sorry forgot to type in the subject!

From: ejinx007@hotmail.com To: jesper@jurcenoks.com Subject: Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2012 22:46:11 -0800

Mr Jurcenoks! I saw the story on Channel 7 news on how you were able to set up a community surveillance system. Would really like to know how and what you did! I am a member of our Security Committee for Arcadia Park. I mentioned this to the HOA when I saw something similar on Channel 7 about a community in Montclair last year that was putting in neighborhood cameras. Yours seems sophisticated and to do the work... I am also aware the city of Tiburon does take photos of every car/license plate that comes into Tiburon so was going to look into that as well... There have been a number of hoodlums hanging around and couple of break ins and seems the community is finally ready to be more proactive and put some money towards protecting our community... I am wondering your availability to come out and talk to our group? We have a monthly Security committee meeting every 2nd Wednesday.. Might you be available on Wednesday 12/12/12 @ 7pm??? If so that would be AWESOME! If not please let me know when you may have some time this month to talk to us.. Arcadia Park is located in Oakland on San Leandro boarder right off of 98th Ave in East Oakland Community of newly built homes 2008-2011. 2011 was when the last house was sold. I moved in end of 2010. Let me know your thoughts!! -Ericka Jenkins 510-915-2670

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http://safecam.phillypolice.com/

Hi JJ. Have I mentioned Phillys SafeCam? This is an effort in Philadelphia to provide a GIS webstie/map to the Philly Police Dept, so they know if a camera may be in vicinity of a crime, so that they can then ask the resident for permission for access. This is something we have spoken about for a long time. In general, as long as the cameras are owned by residents, not city, its not a civil liberties issue. In Phillys case, City owns the website. Libby wanted to be sure you were aware of this, and to think if perhaps this could be an ideal Code for America Brigade project. Ccd Eddie Tejeda from Code for America. -Bruce

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If you want my vote it's for 3rd, like having camera in logo. Great work. Bruce Sent from mobile phone On Jan 21, 2013, at 12:27 PM, "Jesper Jurcenoks" <jesper@jurcenoks.com> wrote: > Hi Neighborhood Guard board and committees. > > Piedmont Pines has asked us to submit a logo for our Desk at the > Piedmont pines annual meeting next week. > > I wanted us to have a real discussion about what we wanted the Logo to > signal, but to use a popular start-up term, we ran out of run-way. > > The Logo has to be submitted in a few days and Vaugh has been so kind > as to submit no less than 9 proposals for us to choose from. > > I had wanted Vaughn to present his Logo proposals at the last Board > meeting, but there seem to be a snag so that our emails does not reach > him, hoping this email will reach its target. > > Attached you will find all 9 proposals, marked Logo 1 - 9. >

> Please respond to the ENTIRE list with the number of your favorite > Logo (you can only pick one). Please share why you like that particular Logo. > > > > -> Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks > > > Don't print this email - Save a tree. > > -> > > <Neighborhood Guard Logo Proposals.pdf> Can you tell me anything about the placement of this camera?

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From: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com [mailto:neighborhood-guardboard@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jesper Jurcenoks Sent: Monday, April 01, 2013 7:39 PM To: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Fwd: MSIC Alert Group 3 young people with possibly Stolen plates casing Burton and Wilton Drive.

FYI. Just sent this to the police. JJ ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Jesper Jurcenoks <jesper@jurcenoks.com> Date: Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 7:25 PM Subject: Fwd: MSIC Alert Group 3 young people with possibly Stolen plates casing Burton and Wilton Drive. To: "Hamilton, Freddie" <Fhamilton@oaklandnet.com>, communitypolicingbeat13@oaklandnet.com

Office Hamilton, Officer Trode.

6:44 - 6:45 pm April 1st, 2013. Main suspicion, DIFFERENT LICENSE PLATE FRONT AND BACK 3 young people 2 male 1 female,driving slowly up Burton drive and down Wilton drive all looking out the windows, right side of vehicle looking at houses on the right, left side of vehicle looking at houses on left. when they noticed that we saw them, they speed up and passed quickly. Red Mitsubishi Galant seventh Generation (1992-1998), , 4 door. License place FRONT 5EAU667, License plate BACK 6TOY488

Images captured with Neighborhood Guard System.

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I get it, I will stress these points.

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From: Jesper Jurcenoks [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] Sent: Tuesday, April 02, 2013 11:33 AM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Subject: Re: MSIC Alert Group 3 young people with possibly Stolen plates casing Burton and Wilton Drive.

Hi Bruce, It is probably important that you stress that neighborhood Guard is NOT a residential camera system,instead it is a neighborhood system designed to record access to an organized neighborhood, not individual residences. The Cameras are placed in hidden locations close to public streets to capture pedestrians and vehicles entering and leaving organized neighborhoods, Cameras are owned and operated by the individual neighborhoods. Neighborhood Guard is an Umbrella organization for organized neighborhoods, run by unpaid volunteers, what helps neighborhoods getting organized and getting online with such a system. Problem with using the attached photos is that the vehicle might have been returned to its rightful owner by the time you present the car and license plate as suspect/stolen, other than that please use the photos and anything you find on the web-site, there is no doubt in my mind that the occupants in the vehicle had criminal intent. Here is a link to photos you can use. http://neighborhoodguard.org/tag/real-photo/ Jesper

On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 9:54 AM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: I want to update my general PPT on residential cameras w/ info about Neighborhood Guard, and if its ok, Id like to use that photo, or some other photo to simply show people how this system is capturing license plate info.

I imagine people will ask about camera placement (ie was it on someones roof? On a tree? Ect). I would be happy to simply refer to the link you just sent I had not yet seen that site w/ location info.

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From: Jesper Jurcenoks [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] Sent: Tuesday, April 02, 2013 9:51 AM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Subject: Re: MSIC Alert Group 3 young people with possibly Stolen plates casing Burton and Wilton Drive.

Bruce,

Not sure I understand the question, Cameras are placed according to the guidelines posted here: http://neighborhoodguard.org/location-location-location-of-camera/

JJ

On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 9:40 AM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Can you tell me anything about the placement of this camera?

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-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks Connect with me on LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jurcenoks Don't print this email - Save a tree. I've met the CEO. They all came to the Dimond last year to talk about helping commercial district. I think they're great. Sent from mobile phone On Apr 30, 2013, at 12:13 AM, "Jesper Jurcenoks" <jesper@jurcenoks.com> wrote: Hi Board. I just saw the One Pacific Coast Bank, made the 4th place on the top 12 list of companies that are good for the world.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/susanadams/2013/04/17/12-companies-considered-best-for-the-world/ The Bank is Oakland Based. They have a special line of products for non-profits. http://www.onepacificcoastbank.com/nonprofit-checking.aspx I think we should evaluate the for our banking purposes. Any comments? Jesper

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Lisa can you check and see Libby can do this.

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From: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com [mailto:neighborhood-guardboard@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jesper Jurcenoks Sent: Sunday, May 26, 2013 7:12 AM To: Libby Schaaf; Schaaf, Libby Cc: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Neighborhood guard Board Meeting Wednesday

Hi Libby,

I would like to ask you to bless us with your presence at the next Neighborhood Guard Board meeting if possible. Wednesday 5/29 @ 7:00-9:00
Sunrise of Oakland Hills, 11889 Skyline Boulevard, Oakland, CA 94619

We would like to hear first hand about your progress on the issue with the sign approval at city Hall, and how that process works (e.g. how much or how little influence you have on the process) We would also like to hear news on New chief of police, Cease Fire, new police Ddstricting, implementations of the bratton report etc. from a City Management standpoint. Best Regards Jesper Jurcenoks

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Hi JJ, Desmond ccd here is a 1-month high school intern in our office. He is going to lead a contest on which area in our council district has the most National Night Out Block parties. Libby mentioned that you had suggested something similar but around over-all neighborhood organization = yes? Please feel free to reach out to Desmond w/ any ideas. Perhaps well do this w/ 3 prizes most block parties, most growth in block parties, and most organized (could include cameras (house or street), patrols, neighborhood watch groups). Thanks, Bruce

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Great point system! Were making a survey which I dont want to be too long, but we can leave space for people to add more info and we can mention a lot of your suggestions. Desmond can you email JJ the list of 15 Council D4 areas (ie Oakmore, Dimond, Laurel, Shepherd Canyon). My initial thought was that the competition would be which neighbhorhood/area is most organized I dont want to attempt to define particular street/neighborhood levels usually its by one or two streets, or group of a few streets.

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From: Jesper Jurcenoks [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] Sent: Wednesday, July 03, 2013 9:50 AM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: desmondmeagley@gmail.com Subject: Re: organized neighborhood contest

Bruce, Desmond, This sounds like a great idea. Block parties is a great way to reduce crime. I will be interested in seeing how you define the boundaries of each area, so that each group clearly knows who they are competing against. Here are a few ideas for most organized block 1 Point Neighbor Roster with more than 90% of households covered 1 Point Member of Neighborhood Watch 1 Point Member of Neighborhood Guard 1 Point Daily Volunteer local patrols 1 Point Organized Core Group

1 Point participated in 2013 City wide emergency drill in April 1 Point Block Captains registered with City 1 Point Core Radio Frequency coordinated with surrounding groups. 1 Point if more than 3 people on block have received Core 3 training 1 Point per Beautification work day held in 2013 (organized Street Cleanup, etc) 1 Point per Block Party held in 2013 (National Night 2013 out counts as 1 point) We could give out 1 Price to most organized Block (most points), and give out a price to area with most points from all their blocks. JJ

On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 10:56 AM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Hi JJ,

Desmond ccd here is a 1-month high school intern in our office. He is going to lead a contest on which area in our council district has the most National Night Out Block parties. Libby mentioned that you had suggested something similar but around over-all neighborhood organization = yes? Please feel free to reach out to Desmond w/ any ideas.

Perhaps well do this w/ 3 prizes most block parties, most growth in block parties, and most organized (could include cameras (house or street), patrols, neighborhood watch groups).

Thanks, Bruce

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-Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks Connect with me on LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jurcenoks Don't print this email - Save a tree. So who would be willing to come/participate in a 9.16 (Monday) event? Also including Tommy Chung (Tommy, I am trying to organize a meeting about residential cameras, led by people who are residents w/ personal experience installing). Bruce

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From: Jesper Jurcenoks [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] Sent: Thursday, August 08, 2013 7:33 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: Robin White; paul.silk@att.net; susannelea44@gmail.com; Jeff Edman; cjburgardt@gmail.com; croot@hotmail.com; sallieblytt@gmail.com; clegg.greenberg@gmail.com; Lou Katz; William Tullis Subject: RE: camera meeting

Hi All.

I will be traveling most of this time, Bill Tullis Vice chair of Neighborhood Guard, will be sharing the system he and his neighbors installed themselves. JJ
On Aug 8, 2013 5:42 PM, "Stoffmacher, Bruce" <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Sept 10, 16,18,19,25,26

These dates all work for me. Hopefully there is a date where most of you can attend. I think these meeting concept will work best if residents like yourselves w/ personal experience present.

Thanks, Bruce

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From: Robin White [mailto:robin@thelivingland.com] Sent: Wednesday, August 07, 2013 5:15 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: <cjburgardt@gmail.com>; <croot@hotmail.com>; <lou@metron.com>; <clegg.greenberg@gmail.com>; <susannelea44@gmail.com>; <sallieblytt@gmail.com>; Jesper Jurcenoks; <paul.silk@att.net> Subject: Re: camera meeting

Be glad to help, Bruce. Don't schedule on a Wednesday evening. We could talk more freely about our experience with Cypress Video if they weren't there. Sent from my iThing

On Aug 7, 2013, at 4:01 PM, "Stoffmacher, Bruce" <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Sorry now including Paul too.

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From: Stoffmacher, Bruce Sent: Wednesday, August 07, 2013 4:01 PM To: 'cjburgardt@gmail.com'; Christopher Root (croot@hotmail.com); 'Lou Katz' (lou@metron.com); 'clegg.greenberg@gmail.com'; 'robin@thelivingland.com'; 'susannelea44@gmail.com'; 'sallieblytt@gmail.com'; Jesper Jurcenoks Subject: camera meeting

Dear Chris, Chris, Christina, Lou, Sallie, Susanne, Robin,

You are the folks who responded to me several months ago about type of camera set-up you have.

Would you be willing to participate in a resident-led camera meeting where you present your systems, ideally w/ some images from systems? Would like to shoot for mid-September

Please let me know.

I can put into one powerpoint and get projector.

I would like to organize a camera meeting for district 4 for multiple NCPC areas we are 8 NCPCs so not sure if one meeting is enough

I would prefer to not have meeting involve presentation by professional vendors EXCEPT perhaps Cypress Video, as I only hear very positive about Sammy of Cypress Video (but maybe still best to leave resident only). I know people will really value your experience.

Also, Im including JJ of Neighborhood Guard as they have done a lot of resident-driven work.

Thanks, Bruce

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Thank you JJ

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From: Jesper Jurcenoks [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] Sent: Tuesday, October 15, 2013 2:07 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Subject: Re: Photos from Training 2

Here you go. JJ

On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 1:39 PM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Can you send me as attachment? Not coming through. thx

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From: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com [mailto:neighborhood-guardboard@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jesper Jurcenoks Sent: Tuesday, October 15, 2013 1:23 PM To: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Photos from Training 2

Board Member for software Development Doug Kerr, Explains the Open source model Neighborhood Guard is considering to a rapt audience.

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From: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com [mailto:neighborhood-guardboard@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jesper Jurcenoks Sent: Friday, October 18, 2013 10:30 AM To: neighborhood-guard-board@googlegroups.com Subject: Fun True Video, Danish vigilante Justice

Enjoy, I wish we could get to this place in Oakland. http://www.dailydot.com/lol/pink-pony-thieves-denmark-vigilante-justice/

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Ok, can I get a few sentences to say about Jacque (and Chuck?)

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From: Jesper Jurcenoks [mailto:jesper@jurcenoks.com] Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2014 1:43 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: William Tullis Subject: Re: Local Heroes

Thanks Bruce. I just checked the list of previous Local Hero'es and Jacque Hachquet has NOT received the Award before! she lives in D4 Jesper

On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 10:59 AM, Stoffmacher, Bruce <BStoffmacher@oaklandnet.com> wrote: Thank you for quick reply and more importantly for your leadership. Traditionally, this local heroes has been for D4 residents I agree your work supports all of Oakland, will defer to Libby and reply asap.

I can say for sure event is 2.8 10a-1p (mostly over by 12p if not sooner), and well definitely award the D4 non-past award winners.

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Office of Councilmember Libby Schaaf,

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From: William Tullis [mailto:williamptullis@gmail.com] Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 10:40 PM To: Stoffmacher, Bruce Cc: Jesper Jurcenoks Subject: Local Heroes

Bruce, As requested, here's our recommended list of nominees for the "Local Heroes". In short, it's the Board of NG all of whom shared in the heavy lifting. Will leave it to you to decide the final list to submit if crossing districts is an issue. Bottom line: all are Oakland residents...

Thanks again.

BT

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