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3/31/2017 Press Release
Rosenberg Police Department Crime Prevention Unit Present to Community Business Owners


(Left to right) Jack Molho, SecureCheck LLC; Officer Brandon Armstrong, Rosenberg Police-District 3; Officer Justin Rodgers, Rosenberg Police-District 2; Gina Huber, SecureCheck LLC; Jim Russ, EHRA Engineering; Officer Michael Bradley, Rosenberg Police-Crime Prevention Officer; Lieutenant Chad Pino, Rosenberg Police Department-Professional Development Lieutenant

Rosenberg Police Department Crime Prevention Unit Present to Community Business Owners

Crime prevention is everybody’s business! This was the underlying lesson at the Central Fort Bend Chamber’s Working Lunch Series on Business Safety & Crime Prevention held March 31, 2017 at Fort Bend Country Club. Business owners in the community learned firsthand from Rosenberg Police Lieutenant Chad Pino and Officer Michael Bradley about proactive techniques for crime prevention and received one-on-one interaction with police officers to address their specific concerns.

“Crime prevention is a pattern of attitudes and behaviors directed at reducing the threat of crime and enhancing the sense of safety and security, to positively influence the quality of life in our society, and to develop environments where crime cannot flourish,” quoted Pino reading from the National Crime Prevention Council source. “Statistically, being proactive in developing crime prevention strategies and creating partnerships between the people and the police help make our community safer,” says Pino.

Pino and Bradley continued the lesson by offering best practices for robbery prevention, bank deposit procedures, and emergency plans; and highlighted on the common trends for criminal activity in the area. Officers Brandon Armstrong and Justin Rodgers were also present to address questions from the attendees.

Jack Molho of SecureCheck LLC provided information about video surveillance and monitoring, and intrusion alarms. “We offer our clients peace of mind and confidence in protecting their assets and provide risk mitigation solutions that’s right for their business,” says Molho.

To learn more about other community programs and resources to help prevent crime in the Rosenberg community, visit www.rosenbergtx.gov/public-safety/police-department or www.facebook.com/RosenbergPoliceDepartment

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Contact:
Debbie Kilen, Programs Director - 281-342-5464,
dkilen@cfbca.org


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