Warren Crime Commission

Warren Crime Commission City of Warren MI Crime Commission The Purpose and Function of the City of Warren Crime Commission shall be to Study the Crime situation in the City, to make recommendations for its prevention, elimination and to develop Citizens Cooperation in Law Enforc
City of Warren Michigan Crime Commission James R. Fouts, Mayor
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Warren Crime Commission is a non-paid 12-person body of citizen volunteers appointed by the mayor. The Warren Crime Commission originated in 1968 when it was created by a city ordinance. The original Crime Commission was established under the leadership of Judge Walter P. Cynar. His purpose and vision have been carried on by numerous hard-working volunteers during the past 40 years. The Warren Crime Commission meets at 6 p.m. on the first Wednesday of every month at their offices located at 5959 Beebe Street, one block east of Mound. Beebe is the first street north of 13 Mile Road. The meetings are open to the public. The commission is charged with responsibility for studying crime within Warren, making recommendations for improvements to the mayor. They also conduct crime prevention seminars and a forum for the discussion of crime. The crime commission works closely with the police department and the city council.

Mission: The Purpose and Function of the City of Warren Crime Commission shall be to Study the Crime situation in the City, to make recommendations for its prevention, elimination and to develop Citizens Cooperation in Law Enforcement.

Warren Historical and Genealogical Society
11/12/2019

Warren Historical and Genealogical Society

City of Warren
11/12/2019

City of Warren

The City of Warren has declared a snow emergency, effective at 9:00 PM on Monday, November 11th.

All vehicles must be removed from streets. Those that do not comply may face a ticket or towing at the owner's expense. DPW will start in the Wednesday Sanitation pick-up area first and then will go to Thursday, Friday, Monday, and Tuesday pick-up areas, in that order. Thank you for your cooperation.

11/08/2019

2020 Meeting Dates and locations coming soon. Stay Tuned!

City of Warren Police Department
10/22/2019

City of Warren Police Department

Click It or Ticket is currently under way! Please remember to wear you seat belts when driving!!

Harvest Treat 10-19-2019
10/21/2019

Harvest Treat 10-19-2019

Warren Crime Commission's cover photo
10/12/2019

Warren Crime Commission's cover photo

Be careful out there people.  Never provide personal information over the phone and never give access to your computer t...
10/10/2019
FTC Refunds: The real deal or not?

Be careful out there people. Never provide personal information over the phone and never give access to your computer to anyone that you are not 100% sure is valid. Government operations such as the IRS, SSA, FTC will never ask for personal information over the phone, and will never ask for remote access to your computer or request fees to handle your issue or complaint. https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2019/10/ftc-refunds-real-deal-or-not?utm_source=govdelivery

Sometimes the FTC is able to return money to people who were ripped off in a con artist’s scheme.

For our Center Line Friends!
10/08/2019

For our Center Line Friends!

Always good advice from our Community Policing Unit.
10/07/2019

Always good advice from our Community Policing Unit.

Personal Saftey

The start of the holiday season is upon us, please be alert to your surroundings and the people around you especially if you are alone or it is dark. Park in a well lit area and travel with a friend when possible.

Warren Community Police Unit
10/03/2019

Warren Community Police Unit

Relationships with your neighbor.

Some studies have shown that less crime occurs along well-lit streets. Motion-detecting lights are also intended to add a layer of security. But having security lights, as it turns out, is only marginally effective unless it comes with specific strategies and in the end, the most effective home burglary deterrent might just be a good relationship with your neighbors. If you see something say something, day or night.

HIRING
09/30/2019
HIRING

HIRING

POLICE OFFICER The City of Warren is now recruiting for Police Officer.

We encourage the community to get involved and contribute to Public Safety. To aid in that goal, every area of the City ...
09/27/2019
Homepage | CISA

We encourage the community to get involved and contribute to Public Safety. To aid in that goal, every area of the City has an assigned Community Facilitator to address neighborhood concerns and network with residents. These Officers are
listed below and are best reached by email or by phone (#586-574-4875)

Area A (Dequindre to Ryan / 8 Mile to 10 Mile):

Officer Klein –
[email protected]

Area B (Ryan to Sherwood / 8 Mile to 10 Mile):

Officer Watkins –
[email protected]

Area C (Sherwood to Hoover / 8 Mile to 10 Mile):

Officer Thomas –
[email protected]

Area D (Hoover to Hayes / 8 Mile to 10 Mile):

Officer Morin –
[email protected]

Area E (Dequindre to Van Dyke / 10 Mile to 12 Mile):

Officer Kleinstiver –
[email protected]

Area F (Van Dyke to Hayes / 10 Mile to 12 Mile):

Officer Defrain -
[email protected]

Area G (Dequindre to Van Dyke / 12 Mile to 14 Mile):

Officer Doe –
[email protected]

Area H (Van Dyke to Hayes / 12 Mile to 14 Mile):

Officer Sowers –
[email protected]

You may also speak to an Officer 24 hours a day at 586-574-4700.

Fraud and Identity theft continue to be a major problem nationwide. For more information including tips to stay safe online, please visit https://www.us-cert.gov/

Terrorism is an ever present danger for our nation. “If you see something, say something.” For more information please visit
https://www.dhs.gov/see-something-say-something

As part of its mission, CISA leads the effort to enhance the security, resiliency, and reliability of the Nation's cybersecurity and communications infrastructure.

09/24/2019
Warren Crime Commission's cover photo
09/24/2019

Warren Crime Commission's cover photo

Warren Parks and Recreation
09/17/2019

Warren Parks and Recreation

We are still looking for residents, local businesses and organizations to pass out candy at this year's Trunk and Treat. Sign up now!

TV Warren
09/03/2019

TV Warren

Quick reminder - the Warren Community Center is having their annual cleaning shut down; the entire Community Center will be shut down September 9th-13th. The entire pool area will be shut down September 9th-27th. And the Fitness Center will reopen on the 14th.

Warren Community Police Unit
09/01/2019

Warren Community Police Unit

New neighborhood watch program meets tomorrow night at 7!

Sterling Heights Police Department
08/28/2019

Sterling Heights Police Department

With coyote sightings being called in, we would like to educate our community members on how to react and keep all humans and animals safe!

Our Sterling Heights Animal Control Officers have approached the coyotes on runs and in every instance, the coyotes have acted normal, that is they proceeded to get up and run away from the humans. The officers have not observed any atypical behavior that would lead to concern.

From a distance, coyotes can be difficult to distinguish from a medium-sized German Shepherd dog. Coyotes weigh between 25 - 40 pounds and carry their bushy, black tipped tail downward or below the level of their back. Coyotes can often live six to eight years in the wild.

Coyotes are active day and night, however, activity peaks near sunrise and sunset. Coyotes are opportunistic and will eat almost anything available. Small mammals such as mice, voles, rabbits and squirrels are preferred foods in suburban and urban areas. Birds, insects, fruits, berries, frogs, snakes, carrion, plants and seeds round out their diet. In areas with high deer numbers, carrion resulting from vehicle/deer collisions, natural causes and crippling losses is an important source of food. In urban areas, neighborhoods and residential areas, coyotes are attracted to garbage, garden vegetables and pet food. They will also prey on unattended small dogs and cats if opportunities exist. Coyotes generally feed at night.

The following important points can help minimize potential conflicts with coyotes:

Never approach or touch a coyote
Never intentionally feed a coyote
Eliminate all outside food sources, especially pet foods
Put garbage out the morning of pickup day
Clear out wood and brush piles; they are good habitats for mice and rats which may attract coyotes
Accompany your pets outside, especially at dawn and dusk
Never leave your pets, especially small dogs, unattended outside

Trapping Coyotes:

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Macomb County Health Department, the city of Sterling Heights and other control agencies do not recommend trapping because the required traps are too large and can pose a threat to children and small pets. Trapping on public property is not permitted. However, there are agencies that will trap on private property.

For More Information, call:

USDA Wildlife Services – Michigan State Division: 517-336-1928
Michigan Department of Natural Resources: 734-953-0241
Macomb County Animal Shelter: 586- 469-5115
Sterling Heights Library: 586-446-BOOK
Sterling Heights Nature Center: 586-446-2710

Warren City Square
08/26/2019

Warren City Square

08/26/2019
Warren Community Police Unit

Warren Community Police Unit

Gearing up for the Fall 2019 Junior Detective Program (grades 4th thru 6th), starting in September.

City of Warren Police Department
08/26/2019

City of Warren Police Department

Warren's 3rd Citizen's Academy Starting soon! Anyone interested should email one of our community Officers on the flyer and they can send you an application. Hope to see you there!

Warren Crime Commission
08/15/2019

Warren Crime Commission

08/15/2019

We had a great Warren Crime Commission meeting last week at the Owen Jax Recreation Center.

Detective Kevin Nicholas of the Warren Police Department spoke about senior scams and what do to if you are a victim.Some of the scams are plaguing Warren right now are scams involving:

Social Security
Grandparents scam – grandchild is in jail, had an accident
Gift cards
Western Union, MoneyGram and other wire transfers
Identity theft
ATM withdrawals
Email and Internet
IRS
Sweepstakes and Lottery (there is a lot of this in Warren)

Most of these are done by phone and email, but they can also b done door to door.

The next meeting will be action packed and exciting so stay tuned for more info coming soon!

The Warren Crime Commission meets monthly on the first Wednesday of the month and is open to the public. Our next meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 4 at our office at 5959 Beebe Street, North of 13 mile, East of Mound. Our October meeting will be held at Warren Mott High School and will feature a Police K-9 Demonstration and the new Mobile Command Center.

08/10/2019

10 Mile Rd btwn Hoover & Schoenherr is open. More repairs tomorrow so avoid the area!

Warren Crime Commission
08/08/2019

Warren Crime Commission

Warren Crime Commission's cover photo
08/08/2019

Warren Crime Commission's cover photo

08/01/2019
News Brief - Police Promotions - July 26, 2019

News Brief - Police Promotions - July 26, 2019

This is "News Brief - Police Promotions - July 26, 2019" by TV Warren on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

07/18/2019
Warren Animal Welfare Commission

Warren Animal Welfare Commission

It's going to be very hot & humid, too hot for pets to be outside for any length of time! Please limit outside exposure! This also not the time for taking them on walks! Animals suffer heat exhaustion & heat stroke and it can be deadly! If you must walk your pet, only do so in the early morning, or late evening. If you do see an animal in distress, or outside for a long time, contact Warren Animal Control, 586-/574-4806.

City of Warren Police Department
07/16/2019

City of Warren Police Department

LESS THAN TWO WEEKS AWAY!!! MAKE YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND THIS GREAT EVENT.

COME EARLY and enjoy:

FREE gun locks, FREE child safety ID Kits and bicycle helmets for children, FREE hotdogs, Chips, refreshments and more (while supplies last)

Judge Linda Davis, Director of Families Against Narcotics, on Overcoming Stigma and Finding Help for Opioid Addiction
07/15/2019
Judge Linda Davis, Director of Families Against Narcotics, on Overcoming Stigma and Finding Help for Opioid Addiction

Judge Linda Davis, Director of Families Against Narcotics, on Overcoming Stigma and Finding Help for Opioid Addiction

Linda Davis recently retired from the 41B District Court to oversee the organization she founded 11 years ago, Families Against Narcotics . Judge Davis founded FAN after her own daughter confessed to struggling with heroin addiction, and she found resources in the community lacking for family suppo

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