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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, 22 September 2019

0650-   in service, no new messages, detail called in, 

0730-   stopped at 900 block SE 11 Ct. watching for wrong way drivers, 

0800-   no observed violation (shocked I am) I will be back later, starting checks, 

0915-   completed checks and a patrol of the isles, watching the one-way street again, no violators, back to checks

1045-   completed checks and a patrol of the mainland, 

1145-   went to the station for a break, back on patrol

1345-   patrol of isles, 

1450-  out of service 


Monday, September 23rd 2019

0800-   10-8 called in detail;

            1 new message

            Began house checks

0842    Property Appraisers office out- taking pictures of houses- will advise patROL

1000    All house checks completed

            LYC and Hemmingway checks

1100    Roving on mainland

            BCS, Hemmingway, Fred Hunters

1200    10-7 

Tuesday. Sept 24, 2019

0600- 10-8, I left a message with Carol. There are no new voicemails, texts, or emails. I reviewed the activity log.

0630- Early patrol of the business district along S. Fed. No unusual activity to report.

0700- Patrol of the 11Ct alley way.

0740- Began and completed the out of town checks, all appear to be secure.

0845- Patrol of the isles, bridges, and LYC area.

0915- remained visible mainland and vicinity.

0945- Final rounds.

1330: In service, detail called into Carol via Hudson line.

1337: Resident called to advise he returned home early; removed from log. 

1500: Non-stop roving patrol of aisles, mainland, parks, Fed Hwy, 11 CT alleyway, and LYC. 

1600: Well being check / legal info provided to resident

1700: Returned to station for fuel - 14.82 gallons

1800: Rolled up on disabled vehicle near tunnel - stood by for tow truck case # 19-157498

1900: Out of service

Wednesday, Sept. 25, 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 Rio mainland and parks.

0730- Patrol of the business district along South Fed.. No unusual activity to report.

0800- Began and completed the out of town checks. All appear to be secure.

0830- Spoke to the GC who will be working for approximately 10 months. There will be a lot of  vehicle/truck traffic due to the reno and with the limited parking we repositioned 9520 back to 9ave/9st. The rear of the  residence is now secured with plywood.

0900-  Traffic enforcement along 9Ave.. Negative results.

0940- Final rounds.

1000- 10-7

Thursday, 26 September 2019

0700-   in service, no new messages, detail called in, Citation issued for one way street,

0823-   responded to call reference Boat parked on sidewalk, resident not home, 

0940-   completed checks and a patrol of the isles,

1100-   completed checks and a patrol of the mainland,

1120-   responded to alarm accidental

1200-   out of service

2030- In service. Began patrolling the corridors. Spoke with several fisherman. Advised them to vacate the bridge. Contacted a BM who was neither fishing nor conducting any productive business in the community. He volunteered to leave the area. I followed him out of the area and onto Fed. Highway.


2130- continued high visibility patrol. Spoke with “Scott” from BCS and he closing shop. THey had an event for the eve and numerous cars in the lot. I hung out and watched the vehicle, All cleared. 

2230- Continued high visibility patrol. All clear for now. 

2330-continued high visibility throughout the corridors to include federal highway. Very quiet.

0030- Out of service.

Thursday, 27 September 2019

0645-   in service, 1 new vacation check added, detail called in, 

0850-   completed checks on the isles, 

0950-   completed checks and a patrol of the mainland,

1045-   out of service

Friday, 27 September 2019

1500-  In service, I reviewed the activity log. One message left on voicemail.  Caller wanted to remain anonymous. Caller stated there was a boat parked on the sidewalk.

There was a note on the Rio car asking us not to park it where the resident can see it.

1530- Made contact with boat owner.  I advised her about the complaint of the boat parked on the sidewalk.  She told me that she will let her husband know about the complaint and they will move the boat as soon as possible.   I called back the reportee and advised her the boat will be moved. 

1600- Patrolled the yacht club and isles.

1630- Patrolled the parks and mainland.

1700- Checked the alleyway behind SE 11th CT. All clear

1730-  Final patrol of isles and mainland.

1745-  Moved Rio car to SE 9th Ave & 11th CT.

1800- Out of service.

2100-   In service, met with the resident and victim from last week’s burglary in reference to follow up.

2215-   Patrol began, all clear.  

2330-   Patrols all clear, no suspicious activity observed.

2345-   Returned to station for equipment

0030-   Continued high visibility patrols all clear

0100-   Check of HOA and Isles all clear

0130-   Check of LYC all clear.  Continuous high visibility patrols all clear.

0215-   While patrolling the HOA, I observed a male in the bushes with a flashlight at the entrance to the LYC.  Contact was made and it was determined to be security trying to deal with a maintenance issue.  No other activity observed.

0300-   Out of service

Saturday, 28 September2019

0745-   in service, one new text reference 3 cars with loud mufflers driving down 9, one message about car driving slow around 1300 Ponce, detail called in, 

0945-   completed checks of the isles,

1300-   completed checks of the mainland, 

1545-   out of service

            Began roving patrol

1645                Roving on the Isles 

                        While on the 10th st Isle, I was flagged down by someone looking for Mistro BellaLuna at 1821 SE 10th st. The invitation to the event gave the wrong address. I gave the correct address and directions and waited as several more patrons of the event drove down the 10th st isle looking for the venue.

1730                Continued roving patrol

1830                LYC, Hemmingway, BCS and FH check

1945                10-7 

Sunday, 29 September 2019

0540-   in service, one new vacation check, detail called in, 

0900-   completed checks on the isles, watching the king tide level, 

1100-   continued patrol of the isles, monitored the king tides, 

1215-   completed checks on the mainland,

1340-   out of service

Monday, September 30th 2019

0800-   10-8 Called in detail; 1 new message ref resident their vehicle on Ponce due to king tides

            Began house checks

0930    All house checks completed

            LYC, Hemmingway

1030    BCS, and Fred Hunters          

            Park checks

1130    Last round of roving

1800    10-8, child had fallen on a bicycle.  Checked in with him and his parents, all ok.

1850    Assembled and delivered sign to new member.

1945    Flagged down reference vehicles running the detour barricades at 11/cordova.  Advised I would monitor.

2015    Traffic stop for violating the barricade

2045    Flagged down  by film crew looking for good spot to film the king tides.  

2120    Responded to barking dog complaint.  Nothing heard; left message for reportee.  

2330    10-7

Tuesday, Oct 01, 2019

0630- fueled vehicle

0800- House checks complete.

1000- 10-7

1430: In service, detail called into Carol. Reviewed activity log and Per Capt. Scelfo’s request, 

placed RVCA meeting signage throughout Rio. 

1530: Signage placement complete - returning to station to down Rio car for routine 

maintenance. 

1630: Added out of town check from email. 

1715: While patrolling, was flagged down by van of Colombian tourists who were left stranded 

after their booking.com reservation fell through. With my limited Spanish speaking abilities, I provided them information on nearby hotels. 

1800: Roving patrol of aisles, mainland, parks, LYC, 11 CT alleyway, and Fed Hwy corridor. 

1900: Still roving, no problems. 

2000: LYC pretty much fully demolished, dinner service at the temporary dining hall/tent.

2100: Out of service. 

Wednesday, October 02, 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 South Fed.

0730- Patrol of the 11ct alley.

0800- Began and completed the out of town checks, all appear to be secure.

0900- Traffic enforcement 9Ave. No violations observed.

0930- Final rounds.

1000- 10-7

Thursday, October 3, 2019

0645-   in service, no new messages, detail called in, starting high visibility patrol, 

0920-   completed checks on the isles, 

1055-   completed checks on the mainland, 

1145-   out of service

1830: In service, detail called into Hudson line. There are no new emails, text messages or 

missed phone calls. Began roving patrol. 

1930: Roving patrol of aisles, mainland, parks, LYC, and Fed Hwy corridor. All quiet. 

2030: Received a phone call of two vehicle traffic crash at S Fed Hwy / Ponce De Leon. 

Responded and assisted by blocking the roadway and with tow sheets. Was on scene all the way through past the start of my midnight shift. Case # 19-162903

2115: Out of service. 

Friday, October 4, 2019

0700-   in service, no new messages, detail called in, 

0900-   completed checks and a patrol of the isles, 

1000-   completed checks and a patrol of the mainland

1100-   out of service

1600- In service, I called the detail into Carol.  I switched out the loaner vehicle for our normal 9520.   No new messages left on the phone.  I reviewed the activity log.

1700-  Patrolled the isles and yacht club.  All clear and the king tides have gone away.

1730-  Patrolled the mainland and parks.

1745-  Assisted patrol with a traffic accident with injuries  at N. Federal Hwy and Ponce De Leon.    

1900-  Out of service. 

2015-   In service, began patrols of area and reviewed logs

2115-   During check of isles, made contact with fishermen at the 10th st end of the isle.  All were legally fishing, however I advised them on proper parking and to make sure to leave the area clean.  High visibility patrols continued.

2300-   Continuous patrols all clear

2345-   During patrols I observed a white SUV parked in the driveway of the residence at the corner of 11th Ave and 8th st running with their lights on in the driveway.  The vehicle had been there for some time.  I made contact with the occupant, who was a resident of the home, and all was confirmed to be ok.  Resident was very thankful for police concern and went inside.

0030-   Checks of isles all clear, continued high visibility patrols

0145-   Patrols of mainland all clear

0245-   Mainland and isles all clear

0330-   Out of service

Saturday, October 5, 2019

0620-   in service, no new messages, detail called in, 

0930-   completed checks and a patrol of the isles

1130-   completed checks and a patrol of the mainland

1420-   out of service

1430-               10-8 called in detail

                        No new messages

1530                Roving patrol on mainland

1630                10-19 for service

1730                Roving on Isles

1830                LYC, Hemmingway, FRED hunters, BCS and Business all secure

1900                10-7 

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