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June 2017

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  • Public Works Committee Meeting
  • CANCELLED-Beautification Committee Meeting
  • City Council Meeting
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  • Fishing Derby
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  • Planning & Zoning Meeting
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  • Park & Recreation Meeting
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  • Cancelled-Finance Committee Meeting
  • Cancelled-Safety Committee Meeting
  • Special Public Works Committee Meeting
  • City Council Meetilng
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Advisories & Alerts

IRS Reiterates Warning of Pervasive Telephone Scam

The police department continues to receive complaints from citizens regarding unsolicited phone calls from the “IRS” demanding payment or that they are entitled to big refunds. This scam has not only affected our tri-state area, but nationwide. Click on the link above for further information. Don’t become another victim!

School Zone

Campbell County schools start back on August 13, 2014.

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6:45am – 7:35am

2:00pm – 2:45pm

 

 

 


Thefts from vehicles

Remember to lock your car doors and keep all valuables out of plain sight.
Protect yourself from an easy auto theft!

The Alexandria Police Department wants to remind all residents to keep their car doors locked and all valuables out of plain sight.

Recent criminal activity in the area indicates that criminals are getting into unlocked vehicles and taking valuables and/or the vehicle itself without any delay. Always lock your car doors upon exiting the vehicle. Do not leave purses, CD or DVD players, watches, cell phones or other valuables on the seats. Take all valuables with you.

Please do not hesitate to call the Police Department via 911 or 859-292-3622 if you see suspicious behavior in your neighborhood. We are here to serve you.

 


Area burglaries should concern residents

Lt. George Schreiner
Alexandria Cops Corner

While many of the nation’s workforces are being adversely affected by the ongoing down turn of our economy, law enforcement agencies in this area and across the country are experiencing an obvious “up-turn” in criminal activity.

With many people being out of work and struggling to make ends meet, unfortunately a few of those people turn to crime as their source of income.
Several cities in the area have experienced a number of daytime “home-invasion” burglaries where the intruders have brazenly forced their way into a residence in broad daylight, and the homes are being ransacked looking for anything of value, but especially anything easily concealed.

Although investigators are working on a few leads and poring over evidence in hopes of identifying these criminals, every homeowner needs to be ever vigilant in helping the police protect your property and quite possibly, your life.

Many residents wonder, “What can I do to prevent an intrusion?”. Sadly, there is no stopping anyone who has a strong determination to break into a home. But there are many things you can do to make your home less inviting.

Solutions and preventive measures can be simple and be free of charge or up to more complex such as alarming your home.

As an example, we offer house checks as a service to any resident that leaves for vacation or business and your home will be unoccupied for a time. Unfortunately this service all too often goes unused.

We would be happy to do a free in-home safety/security inspection for any resident and we can personally discuss what you can do, and what issues or concerns you may have.

Keep in mind that the best prevention is to be aware of what is going on in your neighborhood and to report things as you see them.

We would rather your concern with something in the neighborhood “be nothing” and it was reported and checked out, than for it to actually be a crime in progress and not get reported or reported several hours later when it can’t be acted upon.

With you and your police department working together, many of these events can possibly be averted.

Contact Lt. George Schreiner at 635-4126 ext. 22 or at gschreiner@alexandriaky.org to schedule your free inspection or if you want more information.

 


2013 DUI Award

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 Officer Josh Zebell received the Governor’s Award for Impaired Driving Enforcement at an awards banquet held in Lexington, KY. The award covers the enforcement time frame of October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013.

Over the Limit – Under Arrest

 

 

 

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2013 seatbelt Small Web viewOfficer Tim Vinson received the 2013  Govenor’s Award for Occupant Protection Enforcement.


City of Alexandria

8236 West Main Street
Alexandria, KY 41001
Phone: (859) 635-4125
Fax: (859) 635-4127

Police
Phone: (859) 635-4126
Fax: (859) 635-4123
Dispatch: (859) 292-3622
Emergency (911)

Community Center
Phone: (859) 635-6359

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