Published June 23, 2014
PLEASANTON POLICE BUSINESS PRESENTATIONS
The City of Pleasanton Police Department invites you to learn more about two important programs they are offering: Hide It, Lock It, or Lose It and Active Shooter. Hacienda facilities and property managers are encouraged to take advantage of these presentations to learn more about these relevant issues.
Hide It, Lock It, or Lose It
The Pleasanton Police Department is launching a new crime prevention campaign aimed at reducing the number of preventable property crimes in the city. Thefts from unlocked vehicles and burglaries in which items were left in plain view required 2,220 hours of police resources in 2013 at a cost to taxpayers of well over $250,000. “Hide It, Lock It, or Lose It” focuses on reminding those who live, work or play in Pleasanton to remove all items from a vehicle before parking and, if that is not possible, to stow items out of sight before parking and always locking your vehicle. Learn more about this campaign and how you can get the message out to your employees.
What is an Active Shooter? What should I do if an active shooter event occurs in my workplace, school or at a shopping mall I am attending? The Pleasanton Police Department will be providing a presentation to answer these questions and provide information on how to prepare for and react to these violent situations including response recommendations should this happen in our community. A question and answer session will follow the presentation. This presentation will include a short video which depicts recommendations for a citizen response to an active shooter situation including incidents in the workplace.
Schedule a Presentation
If you are interested in scheduling a presentation on one or both of the topics, please contact the Hacienda Owners Association using the contact information below and we will help coordinate a meeting time with Pleasanton Police Department personnel. Confirmation of your interest would be appreciated prior to Tuesday, July 15th.
Additional information on these presentations and Pleasanton security and safety programs is available. Please refer to the City of Pleasanton Police Department contact below for details.
Lieutenant James Knox
Pleasanton Police Department
4833 Bernal Avenue, Pleasanton, California 94566
(925) 931-5100 phone (925) 931-5480 fax firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail www.ci.pleasanton.ca.us WWW
Hacienda Owners Association
4305 Hacienda Drive, Suite 330, Pleasanton, California 94588-2738
(925) 734-6500 phone (925) 734-6501 fax email@example.com e-mail www.hacienda.org WWW
Published June 23, 2014