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The Protect Rio Vista program utilizes your subscription funds to hire off-duty Fort Lauderdale police officers to patrol in the neighborhood.  The officers are in uniform when on duty and have full authority to take official action action should a crime take place while on patrol.  The officers patrol in a marked car leased by the civic association and will be dispatched by FLPD for any 911 call recieved from the neighborhood.  Members also recieve a cell phone number by which they may contact the patrol officers directly while they are on duty.  Members also recieve the opportunity to request a vacation check of their home when they are out of town. 

 

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Sunday, 12 August 2018 

1300-    in service, called in, one new vacation check, starting check before it rains

1530-    vacation checks complete

1650-    sat and watched the one-way street

    1 verbal warning

    2 written warnings

1700-    out of service

Sunday August 12. 2018

2100- In service. Called into the Hudson line. Began patrol of the corridors. Checked LYC all quiet.

2200- Continued patrolling the Rio corridors. All quiet

2300- drove the Fedral highway corridors. No homeless observed.

0000- Continued checking the corridors. All quiet

0100- Continued high visibility patrol. All secure.

0200- secured

Monday August 13th, 2018

1815: In service, detail called into Hudson line. Returned three missed phone calls; one number

was invalid, left a voicemail for the second, and the female on the third call kept hanging up on me. Activity log having issues; reviewed what activity was listed.  Began roving patrol.

1837: Email received for out of town check > added to log.

1900-1930: Monitored one way at SE 9th/Davie for violators.

2037: Assisted patrol with a residential alarm;

malfunction. 18-129708.

2115: 10-7

Tuesday August 14th, 2018  

1815: In Service. Three missed phone calls > one disconnected number, left one voicemail, and

lastly a female advised around 1600 hours, there was a suspicious W/M walking down the street – subject was gone several hours later and I provided the non-emergency phone number for future assistance. One email about a speeding motorist on SE 9th ST. No new text messages.

1815-1845: Monitored ninth and nine for stop sign violators.  Began roving patrol.

1915: Roving patrol of aisles, mainland, LYC, parks, and Fed Hwy corridor.

2015: Continued roving patrol.

2115: Out of service.

Wednesday August 15th, 2018 1815: In service. One missed phone call, two emails. Returned missed call and left voicemail.

Email 1 – code complaint about small tree obscuring stop sign on NW corner of SE 9th Ave / SE 9th ST. I made several calls to determine which code officer has jurisdiction at the location and sent them an email asking to investigate. Email 2 – 3 suspicious subjects (one in spider man costume) rang doorbell at patrol completed a report.

1845: Completed two, evening out of town checks and began roving patrol.

1930: Roving patrol of aisles, mainland, fed hwy, LYC, and parks. Flagged down several times

for the incident near 8th ST.

1953: Alarm. All appeared secure; malfunction. 18-130848.

2115: Out of service

Thursday August 16th, 2018

0600: In service. No missed phone calls or text messages; one email thanking me for providing

extra watch last night. Called detail into Hudson line and began out of

town checks.

0645: Inside Hemmingway Garage, trunk completely wide

open – no apparent signs of a burglary however. Left a case card and “beat watch” flyer w/ findings.

0730: Out of town checks complete.

0800: Back in Rio. Going to monitor SE 9th and 9 for a bit for stop sign violators. Resident

flagged me down as I was monitoring for violators. I advised her that I had contacted code enforcement already via phone and email.

0825: Starting to rain.

1000: Out of service.

Sunday August 19, 2018

1900- in service. Called into Hudson line. Began my patrol. Quiet evening in the corridors.

1930- Responded to the Pizza Hut ref to burglary in progress. Contacted victim and provided description of culprit. Stayed until patrol relieved me within 10 min. No one located.

2000- Checked South Fed and surrounding area. All clear.

2100- Continued patrolling the corridors. All clear and quiet.

2200- Continued high visibility patrol. All quiet.

2300-  Continued patrolling the corridor. Very quiet.

0000- Secured for the eve.

Monday, August 20th 2017 

0800-    10-8 Called in detail

   

0932    All house checks completed

0945    Contacted by resident advised that her neighbors kids were responsible for the suspicious incident that occured at her home on 8/13/18 and her kids issued an apology via NEXT DOOR and informed her that they were dressed up in costumes playing pranks in the neighborhood.

1100     Roving patrols

1200    10-7

Tuesday August 21st, 2018

1630: In service. Called in detail to Carol. Reviewed activity log and transferred over last weeks

activity to current log which was having issues. Three missed phone calls. Left voicemail

for one, inoperable number on the second, and had a lengthy conversation on the third. Female resident advised there was a suspicious, older model, White Toyota SUV occp’d by a Hispanic male which was parked / loitering around 1300 hrs yesterday.

1715: began out of town checks.

1815: Gave some very lost German tourists directions to a hotel in Pompano Beach.

1830: Out of town checks complete.

Begin roving patrol.

1934: Dog walker flagged me down about a suspicious, older model, “beat up”, Red pick up

truck (FL tag GCXM87) that was occp’d by two B/M’s two days ago -

believes they may have been stealing from the construction site. Records check is 29/54 and no reports generated at that location via premier for the past week.

2006: Flagged down by Rio resident’s guest about several “unsavory” W/M subjects fishing

from the SE 13th ST bridge - made contact with five W/M’s fishing who advised they were unaware they needed a fishing license -> left w/o incident.

2018: Older W/M on golf cart advised that at SE 9th Ave/ NRV, there was a speeding, black

Honda occp’d by several young adults playing “thumper music” ; canvassed the area, GOA.

2100: Out of service.

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

0530- 10-8, I left a message with Carol. One new email that has been added to the out of town list. There are no new texts or voicemails. I reviewed the activity log.

0600- Patrol of the business district along South Federal Highway, no unusual activity to report.

0630- 11Ct alley check, all clear.

0700- Began and completed the out of town checks, all appear to be secure.

0820- Patrol of bridges, isles, and LYC..

0850- Patrol of Rio mainland and parks, all quiet.

0910- Final rounds.

1635    Delivered signs to new members

1705    Responded ref missing elderly female.  According to reportee, she has early onset of dementia.  Cell phone ping was activated and she was located in Juno Beach.

1930    Monitored one way on SE 9 Ave

2040    Responded to alarm.  Front door activation. All was secure.

2200    Patrols through the area

2300    10-7

Thursday August 23rd, 2018

0630: In service. Phoned detail into Hudson line. There are no new emails, texts, or phone calls.

Reviewed activity log and began out of town checks.

0800: Out of town checks complete, monitoring one way / stop signs near 11 CT / 9 Ave.

0830: Begin roving patrol.

0930: Roving patrol of aisles, mainland, parks, LYC; pretty quiet.

1000: Out of service.

Friday, August 24th, 2018

1600-  In service,  I called the detail into Carol.  There were no new voice messages or emails.  I reviewed the activity log.

1630-  Began out of town checks

1715-  Completed out of town checks.  All were secure.

1800-  In reference to the complaint about juveniles driving golf carts, I monitored the golf cart traffic.  I only observed three golf carts driving on the roadway in the area of the isles. The golf carts were all properly registered and the adult drivers were obeying the traffic laws. No traffic stops were necessary.  

1830-  Patrolled the mainland and parks.

1900- Out of service.

2045-    In service, detail called in.  No new messages on HOA phone. Reviewed logs.

2115-    High visibility patrols.  No golf carts seen, nor was there any suspicious activity.  Check of Isles and mainland all clear.

2215-     Continued high visibility patrols.  Minimal foot and vehicle traffic was observed.

2315-    Patrols continued, no activity to report.  Mainland and isles all quiet.

2330-    Assisted patrol with a traffic crash that occurred in the tunnel where a vehicle impacted the wall and was blocking the lanes of traffic.  Accident was handled by patrol officers.

2345-    Continued high visibility patrols throughout the HOA.

0030-    All quiet, continued patrols. Little to no pedestrian or vehicle traffic.

0230-    Continued high visibility patrols all clear.  LYC all clear of any suspicious activity. Isles and mainland void of any pedestrian or vehicle traffic.  

0330-    Final patrols all clear.  Heavy rain moving in.

0345-    Out of service.

Saturday, August 25 2018 

1000-    10-8 called in detail

   1020    Began house checks

1100    Heavy rain; lighting and thunder- seeking cover

1330    Light rain- continuing house checks

1400    LYC-hEMMINGWAY

    Roving patrol

1452- Heavy rain begins again-

    Static patrol at BCS

1520   

    Roving patrol

    Still heavy rain

1630    Statis at BCS

1800- 10-7

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