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Town Watch21 Apr 2014 11:47 am

Flashlight Parades are back…and we need volunteers! We’ll be walking the 7th and 8th Street bus routes and the Broad and Morris subway station. Dates are below. Please email outreach@passyunk.org to volunteer for a walk.

Tuesday, April 22 from 7:00 to 8:30 a.m.: 7th Street Bus Route, Tasker to Washington Streets. NOTE: A.M.

Wednesday, April 30 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.: 8th Street Bus Route, Washington to Tasker Streets. NOTE: P.M.

Monday, May 5 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Septa Subway exit at Broad and Morris.

Monday, May 12 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.: Septa Subway entrance at Broad and Morris Streets.

 

Town Watch04 Nov 2013 04:59 pm

The PSCA has been invited to participate in Police Station Visitor’s Week by taking a limited number of neighbors on a tour of the 3rd District’s police station at 11th and Wharton. Each participant will be required to complete a questionnaire about his/her assessment of the district’s operations. The questionnaire will focus on community orientation, physical conditions, transparency and accountability, treatment of the public, and detention conditions (where applicable).

We are opening up the tour and assessment to our neighbors on a first-come, first-served basis. The tour is limited to 10 participants and will occur on November 8th at 8:30am for approximately 2 hours. If you are interested in participating in this program, please email outreach@passyunk.org.

-Angel D’Ippolito, Vice President

 

Town Watch26 Sep 2013 11:13 am

Information Bulletin from the 3rd POLICE DISTRICT

There has been an increase of robberies in the 3rd District where the offenders are on bicycles.

The latest robbery on 9-26-13 at 8th & Watkins Street the offender shot & killed the victim for his backpack.

Everyone is reminded your property is not worth giving up your life.

These perpetrators need to be taken into custody, to submit a tip go to:

PhillyPolice.com/tips

CALL: 215-686-TIPS

TEXT: PPDTIP to 773847

09/26/2013

PREPARED BY 3RD DISTRICT CRIME PREVENTION

OFFICER MICHAEL DUFFY #7441

PPD

 

 

Town Watch10 Sep 2013 04:50 pm

PPD3rd District Community Crime Bulletin

1300 South 11th Street Philadelphia Pa.19147 Phone: 215-686-3030 / 6-3031 E-mail: Police.Oper_03@Phila.gov

In an effort to deter and respond to crime patters, it is important that the public, community or individuals report incidents of crime so officers assigned to particular PSA can implement a strategy to combat the issue(s). If you see anything suspicious call 911.

Remember to give the 911 call taker an exact location, detailed description (from head to toe), and the direction of the offender. Be a good witness.

Within the past 7 days, 9-2-13 TO 9-8-13, the following incidents were reported.

Robberies

PSA 1                                       PSA 2                                                   PSA 3

There has been (10) Robberies reported with (2) arrest. Residents are reminded to always be aware of their surroundings when parking their car, especially late at night, walking alone or when in front of their residence during late night hours.

900 S FRONT STREET (arrest)

9TH & WASHINGTON AVE

300 CHRISTIAN STREET

 

 

2013 YTD 49 WITH 22 ARREST

2012       118 WITH 37 ARREST

5TH & WASHINGTON AVE

FAIRHILL & OREGON AVE

2500 S 4TH STREET (arrest)

2433 S COLUMBUS BLVD

 

2013 YTD 64 WITH 30 ARREST

2012       105 WITH 43 ARREST

1400 S 10TH STREET

1000 W MOYAMENSING AVE

700 PORTER STREET

 

 

2013 YTD 146 WITH 57 ARREST

2012         223 WITH 73 ARREST

-

Burglaries

PSA 1                                        PSA 2                                                   PSA 3

There has been (13) Residential Burglaries and (1) Commercial Burglary reported with (1) arrest.  Lock your doors & windows.

1217 RODMAN STREET

351 WASHINGTON AVE (arrest)

222 MONROE STREET

613 SOUTH STREET

708 PEMBERTON STREET

770 S 2ND STREET

 

2013 YTD   51 WITH 8 ARREST

2012         116 WITH 9 ARREST

333 TASKER STREET

369 WINTON STREET

 

 

 

 

 

2013 YTD 68 WITH 12 ARREST

2012       157 WITH 36 ARREST

651 SEARS STREET

1426 S 7TH STREET

1616 S 6TH STREET

2426 S SHERIDAN STREET

1150 S WATTS STREET

716 MORRIS STREET

 

2013 YTD 117 WITH 22 ARREST

2012         252 WITH 42 ARREST

-

Theft from Auto

PSA 1                                           PSA 2                                                                PSA 3

There has been (29) theft from autos reported with (1) arrest. Drivers are reminded not to leave any valuables, change or electronics visible in your vehicle.

700 S FRONT STREET

1000 S FRONT STREET

1109 BAINBRIDGE STREET

11TH & CHRISTIAN STREET

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013 YTD 139 WITH 9 ARREST

2012         185 WITH 6 ARREST

2409 S 5TH STREET (arrest)

226 DALY STREET

2014 S 3RD STREET

332 GREENWICH STREET

3333 S 3RD STREET

2421 S REESE STREET

300 MCKEAN STREET

 

 

 

2013 YTD 170 WITH 13 ARREST

2012         308 WITH 22 ARREST

2000 S 11TH STREET   913 ELLSWORTH ST

2513 S WARNOCK ST 2552 S WARNOCK

1801 S BROAD ST       900 DUDLEY ST

636 SIGEL STREET     1608 S CAMAC ST

1205 S ALDER ST        1238 S ALDER ST

1143 GERRITT ST        819 PORTER ST

2008 S 12TH ST             1201 S 7TH ST

1000 MORRIS ST         1600 SJUNIPER ST

2613 S 13TH ST             1314 S 13TH ST

 

2013 YTD 263 WITH 13 ARREST

2012         390 WITH 28 ARREST

No Motorized Scooters / Motorcycles were reported stolen this week, (12) in the last 180 days with (2) arrests.

5 Bicycles were reported stolen this week, (147) in the last 180 days with (12) arrests.

12 Aggravated Assaults reported this week with (6) arrest.

SHOOTING VICTIMS – NONE

If anyone has information regarding any of the reported incidents, please call South Detective Division at 215-686-3013 or submit a tip.

MEETING

CAPTAIN RYAN’S MONTHLY COMMUNITY MEETING: Tuesday, 9-10-13, 7PM, 3rd District Roll Call Room, 11th & Wharton Street.

 

Commanding Officer: Captain Michael Ryan #20

Community Relations Officer: Juan “Ace” Delgado #6318                  Community Relations Officer: Gary Harkins #4573

Victim Assistance Officer: Susan Paul #7479                                    Victim Assistance Officer: Linda Redanauer #4547

Prepared by: Crime Prevention Officer: Michael Duffy #7441 follow me on Twitter @PPDMikeDuffy

Visit the Philadelphia Police Website at: www.PhillyPolice.com

PSA-1, East side of Broad Street to the Delaware River, South side of Lombard Street to the North side of Washington Avenue.

PSA-2, East side of 6th Street to the Delaware River, South side of Washington Avenue to the Naval Business Center.

PSA-3, East side of Broad Street to the West side of 6th Street, South side of Washington Avenue to the NavalBusinessCenter.

 

 

Town Watch02 Sep 2013 10:19 pm

PPD3rd District Community Crime Bulletin

1300 South 11th Street Philadelphia Pa.19147 Phone: 215-686-3030 / 6-3031 E-mail: Police.Oper_03@Phila.gov

 In an effort to deter and respond to crime patters, it is important that the public, community or individuals report incidents of crime so officers assigned to particular PSA can implement a strategy to combat the issue(s). If you see anything suspicious call 911.

Remember to give the 911 call taker an exact location, detailed description (from head to toe), and the direction of the offender. Be a good witness.

PSA-1, East side of Broad Street to the Delaware River, South side of Lombard Street to the North side of Washington Avenue.

PSA-2, East side of 6th Street to the Delaware River, South side of Washington Avenue to the Naval Business Center.

PSA-3, East side of Broad Street to the West side of 6th Street, South side of Washington Avenue to the Naval Business Center.

Within the past 7 days, 8-26-13 TO 9-1-13, the following incidents were reported.

Robberies

PSA 1                                       PSA 2                                                   PSA 3

There has been (8) Robberies reported with (2) arrest. Residents are reminded to always be aware of their surroundings when parking their car, especially late at night, walking alone or when in front of their residence during late night hours.

535 CARPENTER STREET (arrest)509 SOUTH STREET1300 FITZWATER STREET

13TH & CARPENTER STREET

 

2013 YTD 46 WITH 20 ARREST

2012       118 WITH 37 ARREST

2300 S FRONT STREET5TH & SHUNK STREET 

 

 

2013 YTD 61 WITH 29 ARREST

2012       105 WITH 43 ARREST

12TH & PORTER STREET (arrest)1200 CARPENTER STREET 

 

 

2013 YTD 142 WITH 57 ARREST

2012         223 WITH 73 ARREST

-

Burglaries

PSA 1                                        PSA 2                                                   PSA 3

There has been (11) Residential Burglaries and (2) Commercial Burglary reported with (0) arrest.  Lock your doors & windows.

828 BAINBRIDGE STREET944 S 4TH STREET (arrest)920 SOUTH STREET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013 YTD 45 WITH 7 ARREST

2012       116 WITH 9 ARREST

12 OREGON AVE 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013 YTD 66 WITH 12 ARREST

2012       157 WITH 36 ARREST

944 CANTRELL STREET610 TASKER STREET1729 S 8TH STREET (arrest)

2423 S MARSHALL STREET

619 ANNIN STREET

2628 S JESSUP STREET

1236 S 10TH STREET

903 DICKINSON STREET

1320 RITNER STREET

 

2013 YTD 112 WITH 22 ARREST

2012         252 WITH 42 ARREST

-

Theft from Auto

PSA 1                                           PSA 2                                                                PSA 3

There has been (22) theft from autos reported with (0) arrest. Drivers are reminded not to leave any valuables, change or electronics visible in your vehicle.

300 GASKILL STREET5TH & BAINBRIDGE STREET800 CARPENTER STREET

305 CATHARINE STREET

1300 CARPENTER STREET

200 SOUTH STREET

500 RANDOLPH CT

600 S 13TH STREET

 

2013 YTD 135 WITH 9 ARREST

2012         185 WITH 6 ARREST

1601 S COLUMBUS BLVD2815 S 7TH STREET2301 S WECCACOE AVE

520 FEDERAL STREET

1100 COLUMBUS BLVD

400 REED STREET

 

 

 

2013 YTD 163 WITH 12 ARREST

2012         308 WITH 22 ARREST

1106 LATONA STREET700 WASHINGTON AVE1114 W MOYAMENSING AVE

900 DICKINSON STREET

1333 ANNIN STREET

1000 CANTRELL STREET

2001 S BROAD STREET

1400 S DARIEN STREET

 

2013 YTD 245 WITH 13 ARREST

2012         390 WITH 28 ARREST

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No Motorized Scooters / Motorcycles were reported stolen this week, (12) in the last 180 days with (1) arrests.

7 Bicycles were reported stolen this week, (142) in the last 180 days with (12) arrests.

7 Aggravated Assaults reported this week with (4) arrest.

SHOOTING VICTIMS

8/27/13, 7:18PM B/M 32 yrs. was shot in the left buttock by an unk B/M 6’, 175lbs. brown complexion, beard, red baseball hat, black V-neck shirt, black cargo pants, red & black Nike retro Jordan’s.

If anyone has information regarding any of the reported incidents, please call South Detective Division at 215-686-3013 or submit a tip.

MEETING

CAPTAIN RYAN’S MONTHLY COMMUNITY MEETING: Tuesday, 9-10-13, 7PM, 3rd District Roll Call Room, 11th & Wharton Street.

Commanding Officer: Captain Michael Ryan #20

Community Relations Officer: Juan “Ace” Delgado #6318                  Community Relations Officer: Gary Harkins #4573

Victim Assistance Officer: Susan Paul #7479                                    Victim Assistance Officer: Linda Redanauer #4547

Prepared by: Crime Prevention Officer: Michael Duffy #7441 follow me on Twitter @PPDMikeDuffy

Visit the Philadelphia Police Website at: www.PhillyPolice.com

 

 

Town Watch27 Aug 2013 11:50 am

PPD3rd District Community Crime Bulletin

1300 South 11th Street Philadelphia Pa.19147 Phone: 215-686-3030 / 6-3031 E-mail: Police.Oper_03@Phila.gov

In an effort to deter and respond to crime patters, it is important that the public, community or individuals report incidents of crime so officers assigned to particular PSA can implement a strategy to combat the issue(s). If you see anything suspicious call 911.

Remember to give the 911 call taker an exact location, detailed description (from head to toe), and the direction of the offender. Be a good witness.

PSA-1, East side of Broad Street to the Delaware River, South side of Lombard Street to the North side of Washington Avenue.

PSA-2, East side of 6th Street to the Delaware River, South side of Washington Avenue to the Naval Business Center.

PSA-3, East side of Broad Street to the West side of 6th Street, South side of Washington Avenue to the NavalBusinessCenter.

Within the past 7 days, 8-19-13 TO 8-25-13, the following incidents were reported.

Robberies

PSA 1                                       PSA 2                                                   PSA 3

There has been (6) Robberies reported with (1) arrest. Residents are reminded to always be aware of their surroundings when parking their car, especially late at night, walking alone or when in front of their residence during late night hours.

933 S 3RD STREET505 S 10TH STREET 

 

2013 YTD 42 WITH 19 ARREST

2012       118 WITH 37 ARREST

1900 S COLUMBUS BLVD 

 

2013 YTD 58 WITH 29 ARREST

2012       105 WITH 43 ARREST

8TH & ELLSWORTH STREET800 TASKER STREET1600 S 13TH STREET (arrest)

 

2013 YTD 140 WITH 56 ARREST

2012         223 WITH 73 ARREST

-

Burglaries   

PSA 1                                        PSA 2                                                   PSA 3

There has been (2) Residential Burglaries and (0) Commercial Burglary reported with (0) arrest.  Lock your doors & windows.

 

2013 YTD 42 WITH 5 ARREST

2012       116 WITH 9 ARREST

 

2013 YTD 65 WITH 11 ARREST

2012       157 WITH 36 ARREST

1632 S 9TH STREET2538 S 7TH STREET 

2013 YTD 103 WITH 21 ARREST

2012         252 WITH 42 ARREST

-

Theft from Auto      

PSA 1                                           PSA 2                                                                PSA 3

There has been (23) theft from autos reported with (3) arrest. Drivers are reminded not to leave any valuables, change or electronics visible in your vehicle.

924 CARPENTER STREET (arrest)820 S DARIEN STREET (arrest)COLUMBUS & WASHINGTON AVE

987 S BODINE STREET

 

 

 

 

 

2013 YTD 126 WITH 9 ARREST

2012         185 WITH 6 ARREST

1900 S WATER STREET139 ELLSWORTH STRET1425 S 4TH STREET

1 MCKEAN STREET

 

 

 

 

 

2013 YTD 156 WITH 12 ARREST

2012         308 WITH 22 ARREST

829 MOUNTAIN ST   1618 S 13TH ST1036 E PASSYUNK (arrest)1158 S 9TH STREET   918 DALY STREET

1938 S 12TH STREET 1 CITIZENSBANK WY

1100 S 11TH STREET 1740 S 9TH STREET

2420 S JUNIPER ST  2299 S CLARION ST

1855 S SARTAIN ST  1200 RITNER STREET

2408 S CAMAC ST    939 MCCLELLAN ST

 

2013 YTD 235 WITH 13 ARREST

2012         390 WITH 28 ARREST

-

No Motorized Scooters / Motorcycles were reported stolen this week, (12) in the last 180 days with (1) arrests.

4 Bicycles were reported stolen this week, (135) in the last 180 days with (11) arrests.

7 Aggravated Assaults reported this week with (5) arrest.

SHOOTING VICTIMS – NONE

If anyone has information regarding any of the reported incidents, please call South Detective Division at 215-686-3013 or submit a tip.

MEETING

CAPTAIN RYAN’S MONTHLY COMMUNITY MEETING: Tuesday, 9-10-13, 7PM, 3rd District Roll Call Room, 11th & Wharton Street.

Commanding Officer: Captain Michael Ryan #20

Community Relations Officer: Juan “Ace” Delgado #6318                  Community Relations Officer: Gary Harkins #4573

Victim Assistance Officer: Susan Paul #7479                                    Victim Assistance Officer: Linda Redanauer #4547

Prepared by: Crime Prevention Officer: Michael Duffy #7441 follow me on Twitter @PPDMikeDuffy

Visit the Philadelphia Police Website at: www.PhillyPolice.com

 

 

Town Watch12 Jul 2013 01:19 pm

The rest of the country will celebrate National Night Out, the annual community safety festival, on Tuesday, August 6. But in the heart of South Philadelphia, the Passyunk Square community will celebrate National Month Out.

The celebrations begin on Aug. 5 with a big kick-off and rally at Sachs Park (Washington Avenue & 4th Street) from 5:00-8:00 on Monday, August 5. On Tuesday, Aug. 6, the PSCA urges residents to celebrate the Official National Night Out by lighting up every block of every street, from 6th Street to Broad between Washington and Tasker. Turn on your house lights, go into the streets to meet your neighbors, and enjoy an informal block party while building the community bonds that make our neighborhood a great place to live.

PSCA Neighborhood Ambassadors will emphasize the importance of those bonds throughout the month. The Ambassadors plan to conduct five flashlight parades between July 30 and Labor Day. They will visit neighborhoods to distribute information on ways to improve lighting and prevent robberies, home burglaries, car break-ins and bicycle theft. If you’re free on one of the scheduled evenings or mornings — criminals go to work early, too — bring a flashlight and join the effort to make our streets even safer, we’d like to see as many neighbors join us as possible!

FLASHLIGHT PARADE SCHEDULE
July 30 (Tues.) @ 7 a.m. — 9th Street between Washington & Dickinson
Aug. 13 (Tues.) @ 6:30 p.m. — 7-800 blocks of Annin, Ellsworth & Alter Sts.
Aug. 18 (Sun.) @ 7:00 p.m. — 12th Street between Washington & Dickinson
Aug. 23 (Fri.) @ 6:00 p.m. — Ellsworth between 9th & Broad Streets
Sept. 4 (Wed.) @ 6:30 p.m. — To be determined

Town Watch03 Jun 2013 07:59 pm

National Night Out, the annual festival of community safety and solidarity, is scheduled this year for Tuesday, August 6. This is the 29th year that Town Watch organizations across the country have sponsored NNO. A big kick-off celebration, the Night Before National Night Out, will take place on Monday, August 5 in Sacks Park (Washington Avenue & 4th Street). The kick-off party will bring together all the neighborhoods from South Street to the Navy Yard and Front Street to the Schuykill. Games, food, entertainers, and a wide array of service organizations from health care groups to city agencies and civic organizations will be at the park from 5-8pm on August 5.

The PSCA urges residents to Light Up their neighborhoods on National Night Out. Turn on your house lights, go into the streets to meet your neighbors, and enjoy an informal block party while building the community bonds that make our neighborhood a great place to live. The Association’s Neighborhood Ambassadors are also planning a series of NNO-inspired Flashlight Parades throughout the month of August. Details on how to join this effort to educate residents on crime and fire prevention programs will appear in next month’s newsletter.

Town Watch01 May 2013 04:04 pm

PPDInformation Bulletin from the 3rd POLICE DISTRICT

STRONG ARM ROBBERIES

 

 

 

 

 

LOCATION: 1500 S. 8th Street             DC#13-03-024805                                 SDD#13-2774

On Tuesday, 04-30-13 at approximately 8:06PM, the 23/H/F complainant was walking S/B on 8th Street, when she observed a B/M running N/B on 8th Street. The male charged at the complainant and grabbed her cell phone. The male fled N/B on 8th Street towards Dickinson. No injuries to the complainant.

Offender Description: Thin, Dark skinned B/M, in his teens, short hair, wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt.                              

 

LOCATION: 1200 S. 8th Street              DC#13-03-025057                                SDD#13-2784

On Tuesday, 04-30-13 at approximately 8:40PM, the 47/A/F complainant was waiting for the bus on the 1200 block of 8th Street when the offenders ripped her purse from her shoulder. The offenders fled S/B on 8th Street then E/B on Reed. No injuries to the complainant.

Offenders Description: #1 Thin, Dark skinned B/M, in his teens, 5’7, short hair, wearing jeans and a t-shirt. #2 15/B/F, 5’2, thin build, black hair in a short pony-tail, wearing blue jeans and a white t-shirt.

 

Please forward any Intelligence to South Detective Division, S.I.U. (215) 686-7640

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