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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, 25 August 2019

0825-   in service, no new messages, detail called in, starting patrol, 

1013-   FYI- stolen Jaguar overnight, patrol took the report, 

1130-   completed checks and a patrol of the isles, 

1555-   completed checks and several loops of the mainland,

1625-   out of service

Monday, August 26th 2019

0800                10-8 called in detail; no new messages or texts or emails

                        Began house checks

0900                Housekeeper on site

                        All checks on mainland completed

1000                Finished last round of house checks on Isles

1030                LYC and Hemingway

1100                Drove alleyway on SE 12th

                        Checked vacant home from homeless trespassing

1200                10-7 

1730    10-8, no messages

1930    quiet, patrols

2130    checked yacht club parking areas

2300    10-7

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

0700- 10-8, I left a message with Carol.

0745- Began and completed the out of town checks, all appear to be secure.

0835- Received out of town check that has been added to the list.

0850- Patrol of isles, bridges, and LYC..

0915- Patrol of Rio mainland and parks. All quiet.

0940- Final rounds, all areas.

1000- 10-7

1715: In service. Detail called into Hudson line as severe storm/monsoon moving through. 

Two missed phone calls (inoperable), no new texts, and two vacation checks added 

from email. Reviewed activity log and began roving patrol. 

1815: Rain finally let up to a light drizzle. Still roving

1915: Non-stop roving patrol of aisles, mainland, parks, LYC, and Fed Hwy corridor.

2015: Still roving - pretty quiet throughout Rio due to the inclement weather. 

2115: Still roving. 

2144: Received a phone call from nervous resident advising a w/m in a work 

vest rang her doorbell and was sitting outside in a truck in the street - was concerned due 

to the time of the day. Made contact with the [Teco gas company] worker streetside who was at the residence to turn on their gas service - when they originally responded no one was home to allow them access into the property. Resident appreciative of the very quick response

2215: Out of service. 

Wednesday,  August 28, 2019

0630- 10-8, I left a message with Carol. There are no new voicemails,texts, or emails. I reviewed the activity log.

0700- Patrol of the business district along S. Fed.

0740- Played dog catcher. 2 fairly large dogs escaped. A female walker who is familiar with the runaways was kind enough to escort them back to their residence and call the owner who was not home. It was determined that the front door was not secured and the dogs decided to vacate. Returned safely. 

0810- Began and completed the out of town checks, all appear to be secure.

0910- Patrol of the 11Ct alley, all clear.

0930- Patrol of Rio mainland and parks.

0945- Patrol of isles, bridges, and LYC..

1745    Responded to call at 11st Corodova of suspicious person.  Contacted homeless male who appeared to have mental issues.  He refused assistance and voluntarily left the area.  

1845    Responded to call of down tree and lines at 1550 Ponce.   Lines only cable and removed by fire.  Contacted public works and stood by.

1945    Coned off area and recontacted public works.  

Thursday August 29th, 2019

1815: In service, no new emails or text messages; one missed call from a telemarketer - number 

blocked. Began out of town checks

1830: Subject on site doing hurricane preparations on the home. Was flagged 

down by the neighbor inquiring about the Police presence - was provided a Protect Rio HOA flyer and explained the details of the program. Was very receptive and will most likely join. 

1918: Found open door - cleared residence and nothing suspicious observed.        

Open door report written under case 19-142845. Phoned and spoke with appreciative home owner and advised of findings. 

2015: Out of town checks complete - begin roving patrol. 

2115: Out of service. 

Friday, August 30, 2019

1600-  In service, I called the detail into Carol.  I reviewed the activity log

1630-  Delivered sign.

1645-  Began out of town checks

1745-  Completed out of town checks.  Removed package from front door and placed it under the back patio.  

1800-  Patrolled the mainland and parks.

1830- Final patrol of isles and mainland

1900- Out of service.

2030-   In service, patrols began.  Waters from king tides are starting to take over Cordova and LYC.  

2100-   Responded to a 911 hang up call at LYC, with static on the line.  Contact was made with security staff, who advised all was well.

2200-   Continued high visibility patrols all clear.

2315-   Patrols all clear

0030-   Patrols all clear.  Property check at 824 SE 6th Ct all clear.

0200-   Continuous high visibility patrols all clear

0330-   Out of service

Saturday, 31 August 2019

0930-   in service, no new messages, detail called in, starting patrol, 

1205-   completed checks and a patrol of the isles, 

1525-   completed checks and a patrol of the mainland,

1730-   out of service

Sunday, 1 September 2019

0745- in service, no new messages, detail called in, starting patrol, 

0845-   conducting checks and patrol of the isles,

0930-   completed checks and a patrol of the isles, 

1120-   completed checks and a patrol of the mainland

1145-   out of service

Tuesday, sept 03,2019

0530- 10-8, I left a message with Carol. Phone battery was to dead to even power her up. Will check messages later if any. I reviewed the activity log.

0600- Patrol of Federal Highway and surrounding areas.

0630- Remained visible Rio mainland to deter any criminal activities.

0730- Began and completed the out of town checks, all appear to be secure.

0840- Patrol of the bridges, isles, and LYC.. All nice and quiet.

0910- Final rounds.

0930- 10-7

1400: In service, voicemail left on Hudson line. No missed phone calls or texts but, numerous 

emails about missing dogs. Reviewed activity log and began roving patrol. 

1500: Roving patrol of aisles, mainland, parks, LYC, and Fed Hwy corridor. Most of the aisles 

and Cordova Rd are completely flooded. Public works and FD vehicles driving around, 

presumably assessing the situation?

1502: Resident called to advise the 900 blk of S Rio is heavily flooded and cars are speeding 

through it.

1538: Resident called to advise of a lifted black truck with kids ‘wakeboarding’ in tow behind it 

            in the 900 blk of S Rio again...canvassed area within one minute of the call and subjects 

were GOA. 

1600: Lots of kids out because Broward schools shut down today. 

1645: Intermittent heavy rain showers - Thanks Dorian.

1900: Performed out of town check per emailed request.

1930: Out of service. 

Wednesday September 4th, 2019

0630- 10-8, I left a message with Carol. there are no new emails, or texts. There were 4 voicemails that i followed up on.

!-Mr. Dixon called in reference to pre hurricane debris, that was removed prior to storm.

2-Made contact with residents in reference to the recent 41, we had a nice long 1/2hr  conversation and I assured her FLPD is looking into this matter and a detective will be assigned shortly.

3- is boarded up, homeowner requests a quick check due to a light on? all appears to be secure. i left a property check card at front door.

4- called in reference to a open front door. I attempted to make contact with the homeowner but no answer. This took place on Sunday. All appears to be secure.

0800- House checks complete.

1000- 10-7 

Thursday, 5 September 2019

0600-   in service, no new messages, detail called in, 

0800-   on patrol,

0930-   completed checks and a patrol of the isles,

1030-   still going, 

1225-   completed checks and a patrol of the mainland,

1245-   spoke with several persons going door to door spreading the word, 

1400-   out of service

1815: In service, detail called into Hudson line. No new emails or text messages but, one missed 

call. One missed call around 1730 hours about a homeless man walking near SE 9th ST / 

Cordova - subj called non-emergency and advised “COMP REQ SOMEONE PICK HIM UP BECAUSE THERE ARE FEMALES WALKING BABIES IN NEIGHBORHOOD.” -  patrol handled (case 146438). Reviewed activity log and began roving patrol. 

1915: High visibility roving patrol - lots of heavy construction starting at LYC.

2015: Non-stop roving patrol of aisles, mainland, parks, LYC, and Fed Hwy corridor. 

2115: Out of service.

Friday, 6 September 2019

0600-   in service, no new messages, detail called in, starting checks

0900-   completed checks and a patrol of the isles area, 

0910-   concerned parent advised of numerous children riding bicycles without helmets, I will be on the watch for said issue, 

0915-   concerned resident called about residence, she stated there seems to be someone in the property late night turning lights on and off, she contacted patrol last night who she saw check the property, no further, 

1205-   completed checks and a patrol of the mainland

1400-   out of service

2030-   In service, trouble logging into network.  No new calls or messages on Rio phone.  No suspicious activity seen.

2200-   Call for service received at SE 9th St and N Rio Vista Blvd in reference to a single vehicle accident where the driver fled.  In addition, a call was received on the 1700  blk of SE 9th St in reference to a hit and run where a jeep had been struck by what was determined to be the vehicle on Rio Blvd.  The incidents were determined to be related and the event was documented by patrol as a suspicious incident under FLPD Case Number 34-1909-147135.

2330-   Call for service received in reference to an alarm with a bathroom window as the activation point.  I responded along with patrol.  After checking the property contact was made with the homeowner who advised that the alarm activation was accidental.

0030-   Continuous patrols all clear.  Contact was made with a F-150 truck at the end of SE 10th St Isle, enjoying the view.  He was advised to properly park the vehicle and did so without further.

0200-   Continuous high visibility patrols

0230-   Final patrols, all clear.  Out of service

Saturday, 7 September 2019

0740-   in service, no new messages, detail called in, starting checks

0945-   completed checks and a patrol of the isles,

1140-   out of service

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