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Merry Christmas from the officers and staff at Nassau Bay PD.
12/25/2021

Merry Christmas from the officers and staff at Nassau Bay PD.

Merry Christmas from the officers and staff at Nassau Bay PD.

Congratulations to NBPD Office Manager Tiffany Hatton on being selected as 2021 Employee of the Year for the City of Nas...
12/22/2021

Congratulations to NBPD Office Manager Tiffany Hatton on being selected as 2021 Employee of the Year for the City of Nassau Bay. Tiffany has been with the police department for 17 years. She handles all the administrative record management for the PD. Thank you for keeping everything running smoothly.

Congratulations to NBPD Office Manager Tiffany Hatton on being selected as 2021 Employee of the Year for the City of Nassau Bay. Tiffany has been with the police department for 17 years. She handles all the administrative record management for the PD. Thank you for keeping everything running smoothly.

Chief Cromie is proud to announce that Officer Jacob Arnesen has been named as the Nassau Bay Police Department's 2021 O...
12/21/2021

Chief Cromie is proud to announce that Officer Jacob Arnesen has been named as the Nassau Bay Police Department's 2021 Officer of the Year. Jacob has been with the Department for a year and half and is currently assigned to the night shift. The officer receiving this award was determined by co-workers and other city staff votes and comments. Thank you Jacob for your dedication to the NBPD and the citizens of Nassau Bay.

Chief Cromie is proud to announce that Officer Jacob Arnesen has been named as the Nassau Bay Police Department's 2021 Officer of the Year. Jacob has been with the Department for a year and half and is currently assigned to the night shift. The officer receiving this award was determined by co-workers and other city staff votes and comments. Thank you Jacob for your dedication to the NBPD and the citizens of Nassau Bay.

Christmas Safety and Security TipsHere are a few tips to help keep your holidays happy, safe and secure. 1. Keep Your Tr...
12/13/2021

Christmas Safety and Security Tips

Here are a few tips to help keep your holidays happy, safe and secure.

1. Keep Your Travel Plans Offline
If you’re planning to travel during the holiday season, be sure to keep your travel plans off your social media networks. Never post where you’re going, when you’re leaving, or when you’ll be back. Do not post pictures and updates while you are away. Wait until you return to brag about your trip. This is prime information for a burglar because they’ll know when your house will be empty.

2. Make Sure Gifts Aren’t Visible from Outside
It’s such a common sight during this time of the year – a frosted window from which you can see a beautiful Christmas tree all lit up, with dozens of gifts underneath it. This sight is enough to make a potential burglar size up your house. With all those gifts in plain sight, how are they supposed to resist?

3. Be Careful About Disposing of Packaging
If you’ve gotten gifts during the holiday season, you may get so caught up with enjoying them that you don’t pay attention to disposing of the packaging. If you put the packaging out in the trash, which will then be sitting by the curb waiting to be picked up, you’re basically telling the whole world what sort of gifts are inside.
Burglars are always on the lookout for these kinds of clues. Cut up or break down the boxes and put into recycle bins.

4. If you have a home security alarm system, make using it a priority and be diligent in setting it even when leaving your home to run last minute errands. Also update your alarm system signage to deter thieves and let them know your property is protected.

5. Take pictures of all your valuables.
This may not prevent a theft, but it will help us when trying to track your stolen property. Take a quick shot of your jewelry, art, tools, electronics, furniture or anything else that might tempt a burglar. Be sure to get picture of the serial number of items. Serial numbers are NOT recorded on the packaging of most items. And a lot of stores do not keep serial numbers as part of the sales record. This helps you remember what was taken if someone breaks in and it’ll also help the insurance company process your claim.

Enjoy the holidays, but be smart and safe at the same time. Happy holidays to everyone.

Christmas Safety and Security Tips

Here are a few tips to help keep your holidays happy, safe and secure.

1. Keep Your Travel Plans Offline
If you’re planning to travel during the holiday season, be sure to keep your travel plans off your social media networks. Never post where you’re going, when you’re leaving, or when you’ll be back. Do not post pictures and updates while you are away. Wait until you return to brag about your trip. This is prime information for a burglar because they’ll know when your house will be empty.

2. Make Sure Gifts Aren’t Visible from Outside
It’s such a common sight during this time of the year – a frosted window from which you can see a beautiful Christmas tree all lit up, with dozens of gifts underneath it. This sight is enough to make a potential burglar size up your house. With all those gifts in plain sight, how are they supposed to resist?

3. Be Careful About Disposing of Packaging
If you’ve gotten gifts during the holiday season, you may get so caught up with enjoying them that you don’t pay attention to disposing of the packaging. If you put the packaging out in the trash, which will then be sitting by the curb waiting to be picked up, you’re basically telling the whole world what sort of gifts are inside.
Burglars are always on the lookout for these kinds of clues. Cut up or break down the boxes and put into recycle bins.

4. If you have a home security alarm system, make using it a priority and be diligent in setting it even when leaving your home to run last minute errands. Also update your alarm system signage to deter thieves and let them know your property is protected.

5. Take pictures of all your valuables.
This may not prevent a theft, but it will help us when trying to track your stolen property. Take a quick shot of your jewelry, art, tools, electronics, furniture or anything else that might tempt a burglar. Be sure to get picture of the serial number of items. Serial numbers are NOT recorded on the packaging of most items. And a lot of stores do not keep serial numbers as part of the sales record. This helps you remember what was taken if someone breaks in and it’ll also help the insurance company process your claim.

Enjoy the holidays, but be smart and safe at the same time. Happy holidays to everyone.

Corporal Cavazos took part in the CANBE Reindeer Run earlier this morning by running the 5K fun run in full uniform.  Wa...
12/12/2021

Corporal Cavazos took part in the CANBE Reindeer Run earlier this morning by running the 5K fun run in full uniform. Way to go Mike.

Corporal Cavazos took part in the CANBE Reindeer Run earlier this morning by running the 5K fun run in full uniform. Way to go Mike.

Cpl. Linder and Officer Henderson enjoying Holiday in the Park.
12/11/2021

Cpl. Linder and Officer Henderson enjoying Holiday in the Park.

Due to Holiday in the Park festivities at Howard Ward Park this afternoon we anticipate an increase in pedestrian foot t...
12/11/2021

Due to Holiday in the Park festivities at Howard Ward Park this afternoon we anticipate an increase in pedestrian foot traffic around the park during the event. There will also be additional foot traffic and vehicle traffic and parking along Upper Bay Road near the boardwalk this evening for the Christmas Boat Parade.
We would like to remind everyone driving in those areas to use extra caution and watch for people walking to and from the park or the boardwalk. Keep an extra watchful eye out for children.
And for those attending one of the events, please be careful while walking in the area and watch for cars while walking or crossing roadways, particularly after dark and prior to the boat parade. Please hold on to all the children while walking in the areas also.
Be safe and enjoy the holiday events.

Due to Holiday in the Park festivities at Howard Ward Park this afternoon we anticipate an increase in pedestrian foot traffic around the park during the event. There will also be additional foot traffic and vehicle traffic and parking along Upper Bay Road near the boardwalk this evening for the Christmas Boat Parade.
We would like to remind everyone driving in those areas to use extra caution and watch for people walking to and from the park or the boardwalk. Keep an extra watchful eye out for children.
And for those attending one of the events, please be careful while walking in the area and watch for cars while walking or crossing roadways, particularly after dark and prior to the boat parade. Please hold on to all the children while walking in the areas also.
Be safe and enjoy the holiday events.

Nassau Bay Peninsula will be closed all day tomorrow, Saturday, December 11, while crews prepare fireworks for the boat ...
12/10/2021

Nassau Bay Peninsula will be closed all day tomorrow, Saturday, December 11, while crews prepare fireworks for the boat parade kick off that evening. The peninsula is scheduled to re-open on Sunday, December 12.

Nassau Bay Peninsula will be closed all day tomorrow, Saturday, December 11, while crews prepare fireworks for the boat parade kick off that evening. The peninsula is scheduled to re-open on Sunday, December 12.

Today we remember the life and service of Sgt. Kaila M. Sullivan, #7313, End of Watch 12-10-2019.
12/10/2021

Today we remember the life and service of Sgt. Kaila M. Sullivan, #7313, End of Watch 12-10-2019.

Today we remember the life and service of Sgt. Kaila M. Sullivan, #7313, End of Watch 12-10-2019.

PACKAGE THEFT PREVENTION TIPSThieves looking to steal your packages will follow or watch for UPS, Fed Ex, US Mail, and o...
11/29/2021

PACKAGE THEFT PREVENTION TIPS
Thieves looking to steal your packages will follow or watch for UPS, Fed Ex, US Mail, and other delivery service trucks so they can target your home after the parcels are delivered. While this type of crime can occur at any time throughout the year it usually increases around the holidays due to increased shopping practices of residents. Below are some “Package Theft Prevention Tips” for you to use which will help reduce your chances of becoming a victim of this crime.
If Possible:
•Ask for a tracking number. Most major shipping companies offer this service at no charge. This number allows you to track your packages and notifies you when they will be delivered.
•Request a “Signature Delivery Option”. This requires a signature when the packages are delivered and ensures they will not be left at the front door.
•Request a specific drop off time and date when you will be home to accept your packages.
•Arrange to have your packages held at the shipping service so you can pick them up in person.
•Ask the delivery service to leave your packages at a side or back door. An enclosed porch where packages are out of sight is also a good option.
•Have your packages delivered to your workplace.
•Have your packages delivered to the home of a relative or neighbor who will be there to accept them.
•Ask to have your packages delivered to a retail store so you can pick them up at your convenience.
-Use the delivery company’s automated locker system or “Key Delivery” in garage drop off program.
•Ask a trustworthy neighbor to keep a “Watchful Eye” out for your packages. If they’re willing, ask them to safeguard your packages until you return home.
•Leave a note for the carrier instructing them where to leave your packages (Ex: backdoor).
•If your packages do not arrive as scheduled contact the sender immediately.
DO NOT rely on security cameras to prevent package thefts. While your security system may very well record thieves stealing your packages, the police department can only file charges if the person or persons are known or identified by someone. It is better to PREVENT the theft rather than trying to track down a thief afterwards. And even if a thief is identified, there is little chance your packages will be recovered.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOU SEE PACKAGES BEING STOLEN IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD?
Call 911 immediately! Tell the dispatcher you are reporting a “Crime in Progress”. Then confirm your address and provide an accurate description of the suspect(s) and any vehicles that may be used.

PACKAGE THEFT PREVENTION TIPS
Thieves looking to steal your packages will follow or watch for UPS, Fed Ex, US Mail, and other delivery service trucks so they can target your home after the parcels are delivered. While this type of crime can occur at any time throughout the year it usually increases around the holidays due to increased shopping practices of residents. Below are some “Package Theft Prevention Tips” for you to use which will help reduce your chances of becoming a victim of this crime.
If Possible:
•Ask for a tracking number. Most major shipping companies offer this service at no charge. This number allows you to track your packages and notifies you when they will be delivered.
•Request a “Signature Delivery Option”. This requires a signature when the packages are delivered and ensures they will not be left at the front door.
•Request a specific drop off time and date when you will be home to accept your packages.
•Arrange to have your packages held at the shipping service so you can pick them up in person.
•Ask the delivery service to leave your packages at a side or back door. An enclosed porch where packages are out of sight is also a good option.
•Have your packages delivered to your workplace.
•Have your packages delivered to the home of a relative or neighbor who will be there to accept them.
•Ask to have your packages delivered to a retail store so you can pick them up at your convenience.
-Use the delivery company’s automated locker system or “Key Delivery” in garage drop off program.
•Ask a trustworthy neighbor to keep a “Watchful Eye” out for your packages. If they’re willing, ask them to safeguard your packages until you return home.
•Leave a note for the carrier instructing them where to leave your packages (Ex: backdoor).
•If your packages do not arrive as scheduled contact the sender immediately.
DO NOT rely on security cameras to prevent package thefts. While your security system may very well record thieves stealing your packages, the police department can only file charges if the person or persons are known or identified by someone. It is better to PREVENT the theft rather than trying to track down a thief afterwards. And even if a thief is identified, there is little chance your packages will be recovered.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOU SEE PACKAGES BEING STOLEN IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD?
Call 911 immediately! Tell the dispatcher you are reporting a “Crime in Progress”. Then confirm your address and provide an accurate description of the suspect(s) and any vehicles that may be used.

Holiday shopping tips.It is that time of the year and we will all be doing our Holiday and Christmas shopping.  Whether ...
11/26/2021

Holiday shopping tips.
It is that time of the year and we will all be doing our Holiday and Christmas shopping. Whether shopping in stores or online at home, here are some tips to keep you and your money safe.
1.Do not buy more than you can carry. Plan ahead by taking a friend with you or ask a store employee to help you carry your packages to the car.
2. Shop online with companies you know and trust. Check a company’s background if you are not familiar with it. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
3. Save all receipts. Print and save all confirmations from your online purchases. Start a file folder to keep all receipts together and to help you verify credit card or bank statements as they come in.
4. Consider alternate options to pay for your merchandise, such as onetime or multiuse disposable credit cards at online stores and auction sites.
5. Wait until asked before taking out your credit card or checkbook. An enterprising thief would love to shoulder surf to get your account information.
6. Deter pickpockets. Carry your purse close to your body or your wallet inside a coat or front trouser pocket.
7. Have your keys in hand when approaching your vehicle. Check the back seat and around the car before getting in.
8. Do not leave packages visible in your car windows. Lock them in the trunk or, if possible, take them directly home.
9. Tell a security guard or store employee if you see an unattended bag or package. The same applies if you are using mass transit.
10. If you are shopping with children, make a plan in case you get separated. Select a central meeting place and make sure they know they can ask mall personnel or store security employees if they need help.

Holiday shopping tips.
It is that time of the year and we will all be doing our Holiday and Christmas shopping. Whether shopping in stores or online at home, here are some tips to keep you and your money safe.
1.Do not buy more than you can carry. Plan ahead by taking a friend with you or ask a store employee to help you carry your packages to the car.
2. Shop online with companies you know and trust. Check a company’s background if you are not familiar with it. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
3. Save all receipts. Print and save all confirmations from your online purchases. Start a file folder to keep all receipts together and to help you verify credit card or bank statements as they come in.
4. Consider alternate options to pay for your merchandise, such as onetime or multiuse disposable credit cards at online stores and auction sites.
5. Wait until asked before taking out your credit card or checkbook. An enterprising thief would love to shoulder surf to get your account information.
6. Deter pickpockets. Carry your purse close to your body or your wallet inside a coat or front trouser pocket.
7. Have your keys in hand when approaching your vehicle. Check the back seat and around the car before getting in.
8. Do not leave packages visible in your car windows. Lock them in the trunk or, if possible, take them directly home.
9. Tell a security guard or store employee if you see an unattended bag or package. The same applies if you are using mass transit.
10. If you are shopping with children, make a plan in case you get separated. Select a central meeting place and make sure they know they can ask mall personnel or store security employees if they need help.

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Merry Christmas from the officers and staff at Nassau Bay PD.
Congratulations to NBPD Office Manager Tiffany Hatton on being selected as 2021 Employee of the Year for the City of Nassau Bay. Tiffany has been with the police department for 17 years. She handles all the administrative record management for the PD. Thank you for keeping everything running smoothly.
Chief Cromie is proud to announce that Officer Jacob Arnesen has been named as the Nassau Bay Police Department's 2021 Officer of the Year. Jacob has been with the Department for a year and half and is currently assigned to the night shift. The officer receiving this award was determined by co-workers and other city staff votes and comments. Thank you Jacob for your dedication to the NBPD and the citizens of Nassau Bay.
Christmas Safety and Security Tips Here are a few tips to help keep your holidays happy, safe and secure. 1. Keep Your Travel Plans Offline If you’re planning to travel during the holiday season, be sure to keep your travel plans off your social media networks. Never post where you’re going, when you’re leaving, or when you’ll be back. Do not post pictures and updates while you are away. Wait until you return to brag about your trip. This is prime information for a burglar because they’ll know when your house will be empty. 2. Make Sure Gifts Aren’t Visible from Outside It’s such a common sight during this time of the year – a frosted window from which you can see a beautiful Christmas tree all lit up, with dozens of gifts underneath it. This sight is enough to make a potential burglar size up your house. With all those gifts in plain sight, how are they supposed to resist? 3. Be Careful About Disposing of Packaging If you’ve gotten gifts during the holiday season, you may get so caught up with enjoying them that you don’t pay attention to disposing of the packaging. If you put the packaging out in the trash, which will then be sitting by the curb waiting to be picked up, you’re basically telling the whole world what sort of gifts are inside. Burglars are always on the lookout for these kinds of clues. Cut up or break down the boxes and put into recycle bins. 4. If you have a home security alarm system, make using it a priority and be diligent in setting it even when leaving your home to run last minute errands. Also update your alarm system signage to deter thieves and let them know your property is protected. 5. Take pictures of all your valuables. This may not prevent a theft, but it will help us when trying to track your stolen property. Take a quick shot of your jewelry, art, tools, electronics, furniture or anything else that might tempt a burglar. Be sure to get picture of the serial number of items. Serial numbers are NOT recorded on the packaging of most items. And a lot of stores do not keep serial numbers as part of the sales record. This helps you remember what was taken if someone breaks in and it’ll also help the insurance company process your claim. Enjoy the holidays, but be smart and safe at the same time. Happy holidays to everyone.
Corporal Cavazos took part in the CANBE Reindeer Run earlier this morning by running the 5K fun run in full uniform. Way to go Mike.
Cpl. Linder and Officer Henderson enjoying Holiday in the Park.
Due to Holiday in the Park festivities at Howard Ward Park this afternoon we anticipate an increase in pedestrian foot traffic around the park during the event. There will also be additional foot traffic and vehicle traffic and parking along Upper Bay Road near the boardwalk this evening for the Christmas Boat Parade. We would like to remind everyone driving in those areas to use extra caution and watch for people walking to and from the park or the boardwalk. Keep an extra watchful eye out for children. And for those attending one of the events, please be careful while walking in the area and watch for cars while walking or crossing roadways, particularly after dark and prior to the boat parade. Please hold on to all the children while walking in the areas also. Be safe and enjoy the holiday events.
Nassau Bay Peninsula will be closed all day tomorrow, Saturday, December 11, while crews prepare fireworks for the boat parade kick off that evening. The peninsula is scheduled to re-open on Sunday, December 12.
Today we remember the life and service of Sgt. Kaila M. Sullivan, #7313, End of Watch 12-10-2019.
PACKAGE THEFT PREVENTION TIPS Thieves looking to steal your packages will follow or watch for UPS, Fed Ex, US Mail, and other delivery service trucks so they can target your home after the parcels are delivered. While this type of crime can occur at any time throughout the year it usually increases around the holidays due to increased shopping practices of residents. Below are some “Package Theft Prevention Tips” for you to use which will help reduce your chances of becoming a victim of this crime. If Possible: •Ask for a tracking number. Most major shipping companies offer this service at no charge. This number allows you to track your packages and notifies you when they will be delivered. •Request a “Signature Delivery Option”. This requires a signature when the packages are delivered and ensures they will not be left at the front door. •Request a specific drop off time and date when you will be home to accept your packages. •Arrange to have your packages held at the shipping service so you can pick them up in person. •Ask the delivery service to leave your packages at a side or back door. An enclosed porch where packages are out of sight is also a good option. •Have your packages delivered to your workplace. •Have your packages delivered to the home of a relative or neighbor who will be there to accept them. •Ask to have your packages delivered to a retail store so you can pick them up at your convenience. -Use the delivery company’s automated locker system or “Key Delivery” in garage drop off program. •Ask a trustworthy neighbor to keep a “Watchful Eye” out for your packages. If they’re willing, ask them to safeguard your packages until you return home. •Leave a note for the carrier instructing them where to leave your packages (Ex: backdoor). •If your packages do not arrive as scheduled contact the sender immediately. DO NOT rely on security cameras to prevent package thefts. While your security system may very well record thieves stealing your packages, the police department can only file charges if the person or persons are known or identified by someone. It is better to PREVENT the theft rather than trying to track down a thief afterwards. And even if a thief is identified, there is little chance your packages will be recovered. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOU SEE PACKAGES BEING STOLEN IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD? Call 911 immediately! Tell the dispatcher you are reporting a “Crime in Progress”. Then confirm your address and provide an accurate description of the suspect(s) and any vehicles that may be used.
Holiday shopping tips. It is that time of the year and we will all be doing our Holiday and Christmas shopping. Whether shopping in stores or online at home, here are some tips to keep you and your money safe. 1.Do not buy more than you can carry. Plan ahead by taking a friend with you or ask a store employee to help you carry your packages to the car. 2. Shop online with companies you know and trust. Check a company’s background if you are not familiar with it. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. 3. Save all receipts. Print and save all confirmations from your online purchases. Start a file folder to keep all receipts together and to help you verify credit card or bank statements as they come in. 4. Consider alternate options to pay for your merchandise, such as onetime or multiuse disposable credit cards at online stores and auction sites. 5. Wait until asked before taking out your credit card or checkbook. An enterprising thief would love to shoulder surf to get your account information. 6. Deter pickpockets. Carry your purse close to your body or your wallet inside a coat or front trouser pocket. 7. Have your keys in hand when approaching your vehicle. Check the back seat and around the car before getting in. 8. Do not leave packages visible in your car windows. Lock them in the trunk or, if possible, take them directly home. 9. Tell a security guard or store employee if you see an unattended bag or package. The same applies if you are using mass transit. 10. If you are shopping with children, make a plan in case you get separated. Select a central meeting place and make sure they know they can ask mall personnel or store security employees if they need help.