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Title: PROGRAMS


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PROGRAMS
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Pemberton Township
  • Thank your for viewing our Neighborhood Watch
    presentation. We are interested in making a full
    presentation to any interested resident who may
    want to form a Neighborhood Watch group. Please
    call the Police Department at 894-3308 to set up
    a presentation.

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PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP POLICE
  • Mission Statement
  • The mission of the Pemberton Township Police is
    to
  • Enhance the quality of life in the Township by
    providing a full range of professional police
    services
  • Ensure safety through commitment, integrity
    and trust
  • Treat all persons with impartiality, dignity
    and respect

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Pemberton Township Police
  • Manage resources effectively
  • Maintain a partnership with the community to meet
    current and future challenges.
  • To fulfill our mission we will strive to attain
    the highest degree of ethical behavior and
    professional conduct at all times.
  • Pemberton Township Police- In Partnership With
    The Community

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Pemberton Township Police
  • Authorized strength 59 police officers
  • 2 of those Officers are paid by the Urban
    Enterprise Zone to Patrol the business district
    2 are also assigned as School Resource Officers
    and paid by the School District (80/20)
  • 1 Chief, 3 Lieutenants, 7 Sergeants

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Pemberton Township Police
  • 15 Front line marked police vehicles fully
    equipped with computer, radar and digital video
    camera system vehicles average 35,000 miles per
    year
  • Additional vehicles include prisoner van, 2 off
    road motorcycles, 1 patrol cycle, unmarked units

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Pemberton Township Police
  • PATROL DIVISION includes Patrol Officers, Off
    Road Unit, Bicycle Unit, UEZ Officers
  • DETECTIVE DIVISION- includes General
    Investigation, Juvenile, and Narcotics
  • ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION- includes Police Records,
    Community Policing, School Resource Officers,
    Animal Control

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Pemberton Township Police
  • One of the largest municipalities in the State
    nearly 65 square miles
  • We have almost 300 miles of roadways to patrol
  • In addition to 9 local schools we also have a
    County Community College as well as Deborah
    Hospital

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Pemberton Township Police
  • We also have a number of County and State
    facilities Burlington County Minimum Security
    Jail Post House Substance Abuse Rehabilitation
    Buttonwood County Hospital Burlington County
    Highway Department
  • Our Township borders Ft. Dix and McGuire AFB and
    is home to the NJ State Medium Security Prison as
    well as the largest Federal Prison in the nation
    on Ft. Dix

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PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH
  • NATIONAL SHERIFFS
  • ASSOCIATION
  • SINCE 1972
  • CRIME PREVENTION
  • DISASTER
  • PREPAREDNESS
  • TERRORISM
  • AWARENESS

Pemberton Township
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NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP NEW JERSEY
PROGRAM OVERVIEW
  • HOME FAMILY SAFETY
  • PERSONAL SAFETY
  • TERRORISM AWARENESS
  • HOW TO REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
  • YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD CONCERNS

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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
SAFEGUARD YOUR HOME
  • EXTERIOR DOORS
  • DEAD-BOLT LOCKS
  • USE THE LOCKS YOU HAVE
  • LOCK UP WHEN LEAVING YOUR HOME
  • 3. SLIDING GLASS DOORS LOCK BARS / DOWELS IN
  • TRACK
  • 4. SECURE WINDOWS WITH GOOD LOCKS

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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
  • DO NOT LEAVE KEYS UNDER DOORMAT
  • OR IN A FLOWER POT
  • 6. TRIM BUSHES /SHRUBS THAT HIDE OR
  • BLOCK DOORWAYS / ENTRY AREAS
  • KEEP A HOME INVENTORY RECORD
  • MARK YOUR VALUABLES - USE YOUR
  • DRIVERS LICENSE NUMBER

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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
  • CONSIDER INSTALLING AN ALARM SYSTEM
  • ASK LOCAL POLICE FOR A HOME SECURITY
  • SURVEY
  • 11. IF YOU PARK YOUR CAR OUTSIDE YOUR
    GARAGE, DO NOT LEAVE GARAGE DOOR OPENER IN CAR
  • 12. GOING AWAY ASK NEIGHBORS TO PARK IN
  • YOUR DRIVEWAY

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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
  • HOLD MAIL / NEWSPAPER DELIVERY
  • HAVE AUTOMATIC TIMERS ON LIGHTS IN HOME
  • TELL A NEIGHBOR WHERE YOU ARE / HOW TO
  • REACH YOU IN AN EMERGENCY
  • HAVE WORKING SMOKE DETECTORS ON
  • EVERY LEVEL / OUTSIDE EVERY BEDROOM
  • HAVE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER
  • KNOW HOW TO USE IT !!

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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
FOR MORE HELPFUL
INFORMATION REVIEW THE…
NATIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM
PREVENTING BURGLARIES - HOW TO PROTECT
YOUR HOME BOOKLET
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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
HAVE AN EMERGENCY
COMMUNICATIONS PLAN
  • ESTABLISH A MEETING PLACE
  • LOCATION
  • OUTSIDE YOUR HOME

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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
HAVE AN EMERGENCY
COMMUNICATIONS PLAN
  • ESTABLISH A MEETING PLACE
  • LOCATION
  • OUTSIDE OF YOUR IMMEDIATE
  • NEIGHBORHOOD

Meet Here.
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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
HAVE AN EMERGENCY
COMMUNICATIONS PLAN
  • ESTABLISH AN OUT- OF - TOWN CONTACT
  • SO ALL FAMILY MEMBERS
  • CAN CALL TO CHECK ON EACH OTHER
  • BE SURE EVERYONE KNOWS
  • THE CONTACT PHONE NUMBER/S/

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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
PREPARE A DISASTER SUPPLIES KIT
6 BASICS YOU SHOULD HAVE IN
YOUR HOME IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY
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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
PREPARE A DISASTER SUPPLIES KIT
  • WATER
  • - ONE GALLON PER PERSON / PER DAY
  • - HAVE A 3-DAY SUPPLY
  • - REPLACE SUPPLY EVERY 6 MONTHS

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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
PREPARE A DISASTER SUPPLIES KIT
  • FOOD
  • - 3 DAY SUPPLY FOR EACH PERSON
  • - NON-PERISHABLES REQUIRE NO REFRIGERATION /
    HEATING / PREP- MREs AVAILABLE AT SPORTING GOODS
    STORES
  • - ROTATE FOOD SUPPLY EVERY 6 MONTHS

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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
PREPARE A DISASTER SUPPLIES KIT
3. FIRST AID KIT
  • HAVE 1 FOR YOUR HOME
  • AND 1 FOR YOUR CAR

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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
PREPARE A DISASTER SUPPLIES KIT
4. CLOTHING BEDDING
  • AT LEAST 1 COMPLETE CHANGE
  • OF CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR
  • PER PERSON

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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
PREPARE A DISASTER SUPPLIES KIT
5. TOOLS SUPPLIES
- RADIO EXTRA BATTERIES - FLASHLIGHT -
NON-ELECTRIC CAN OPENER - PERSONAL HYGIENE
ITEMS - WHAT ELSE ??
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HOME FAMILY SAFETY
PREPARE A DISASTER SUPPLIES KIT
6. SPECIAL ITEMS
- FOR CHILDREN / INFANTS - FOR ADULTS /
ELDERLY - FAMILY MEMBERS WITH SPECIAL
NEEDS
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USE THIS CHECKLIST TO HELP
MAKE YOUR KIT
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PERSONAL SAFETY
THE BASICS
  • BE ALERT AND TUNED IN TO YOUR
  • SURROUNDINGS
  • KNOW THE LOCATION OF POLICE
  • DEPARTMENT AND HOSPITALS IN
  • THE AREA PTPD IS LOCATED
  • 500 PEMBERTON-BROWNS MILLS RD.
  • 3. BE OBSERVANT OF UNFAMILIAR PERSONS / VEHICLES

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PERSONAL SAFETY
THE BASICS
  • 4. DO NOT LET ANYONE IN YOUR HOME YOU
  • DO NOT KNOW
  • ASK FOR IDENTIFICATION FROM SERVICE
  • OR REPAIR PERSONS
  • 6. TRUST YOUR INSTINCTS

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PERSONAL SAFETY
THE BASICS
  • IN THE EVENING, PARK IN WELL LIGHTED
  • AREAS
  • 8. ASK FOR HELP FROM SECURITY PERSONNEL IF
  • YOU FEEL UNEASY WHILE SHOPPING
  • 9. AVOID STREET SCAMMERS AND ILLEGAL
  • STREET GAMBLING

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PERSONAL SAFETY
THE BASICS
  • HAVE AN ACTION PLAN
  • WHAT TO DO
  • WHERE TO RUN
  • WHO TO CALL

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IDENTITY THEFT
  • Is a serious problem affecting millions of people
    each year.
  • It does not require that an identity thief break
    into your home.
  • However, an identity thief can cause you serious
    financial loss and emotional distress.

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WHAT IS IDENTITY THEFT?
  • Identity theft is the theft or misuse of personal
    or financial identifiers in order to gain
    something of value, impersonate you and/or
    facilitate other criminal activity.

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WHAT ARE PERSONAL IDENTIFIERS?
  • Name
  • Date Of Birth
  • Social Security Number
  • Address Phone Number
  • Drivers License Number
  • Mothers Maiden Name

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FINANCIAL IDENTIFIERS
  • Bank Account Numbers
  • Credit Card Numbers
  • ATM EFT Access
  • Codes
  • Pin Numbers
  • Passwords

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TYPES OF IDENTITY THEFT
  • Last year 10 million people were victims of some
    form of identity theft.
  • 42 were victims of credit card fraud
  • 22 were victims of utility fraud
  • 17 were victims of bank fraud
  • 9 were victims of employment fraud
  • Many experienced more than one
  • fraud.

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IDENTITY THEFT
PREVENTION
  • ORDER A COPY OF YOUR CREDIT REPORT EVERY YEAR
  • AND REVIEW THE INFORMATION IN YOUR FILE

EQUIFAX - 1-800-525-6285 -
WWW.EQUIFAX.COM EXPERIAN - 1-800-397-3742
- WWW.EXPERIAN.COM TRANS UNION -
1-800-680-7289 -
WWW.TUC.COM
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IDENTITY THEFT
PREVENTION
  • PROTECT YOUR MAIL / REMOVE IT FROM
  • BOX AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE
  • SHRED PAPERS THAT CONTAIN YOUR
  • PERSONAL IDENTIFIERS / FINANCIAL
  • INFORMATION
  • STOP PRE-APPROVED CREDIT OFFERS
  • BY CALLING THE CREDIT REPORTING INDUSTRY
  • 1-888-567-8688

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IDENTITY THEFT
PREVENTION
  • KNOW WHERE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
  • IS KEPT SAFEGUARD
  • PROTECT YOUR WALLET / PURSE
  • MAKE A PHOTOCOPY OF CONTENTS
  • CAREFULLY REVIEW
  • BILLS
  • BANK STATEMENTS
  • CREDIT CARD STATEMENTS

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IDENTITY THEFT
REVIEW THE
IDENTITY THEFT VICTIMS REFERENCE GUIDE
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TERRORISM AWARENESS
  • KNOW THE
  • HOMELAND
  • SECURITY
  • ADVISORY
  • SYSTEM

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TERRORISM AWARENESS
KNOW WHAT THE STATE WILL BE
DOING AND WHAT YOU
SHOULD DO
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TERRORISM AWARENESS
BE ALERT FOR SUSPICIOUS MAIL
OR PACKAGES
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TERRORISM AWARENESS
  • TERRORIST PLANNING CYCLE
  • THEY COLLECT AND ANALYZE INTELLIGENCE
  • TO ASSESS VULNERABILITIES
  • AND GAUGE APPROPRIATENESS OF TARGET
  • TO ACHIEVE DESIRED EFFECT
  • THEY CONDUCT TARGET
  • VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS

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TERRORISM AWARENESS
  • TERRORIST PLANNING CYCLE
  • THEY CONDUCT SURVEILLANCE
  • OF THE TARGET LOCATION
  • THEY SELECT / DEVELOP WEAPONS
  • THEY PLAN REHEARSE MISSIONS

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TERRORISM AWARENESS
  • TERRORIST PLANNING CYCLE
  • THEY CONDUCT TACTICAL
  • OPERATIONS
  • THEY PLAN AND CONDUCT DISPERSION
  • OF OPERATIVES AND REGROUPING

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TERRORISM AWARENESS
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April 18, 1983, U.S. embassy in Beirut
  • 63 Killed
  • 142 Injured

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23 October 1983 Marine Barracks - Beirut, Lebanon
  • 241 Dead
  • 105 Injured

50
February 26, 1993 World Trade Center Bombing
  • 6 killed
  • Over 1,000 Injured

51
April 19, 1995 Oklahoma Federal Building Bombed
  • 186 Killed
  • Over 500 are Injured

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25 June 1996 Khobar Towers - Dhahran, Saudi
Arabia
  • 19 Killed
  • 240 Injured

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August 7, 1998 US Embassy, Kenya Bombed
  • 15 Killed Hundreds Injured

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October 12, 2000 Attack on USS COLE
  • 17 Killed
  • 40 Injured

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Sept 11, 2001
  • 2,991 Killed
  • Thousands Injured

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Where Are Suspected Terrorist Groups?
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TERRORISM AWARENESS
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REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
BECOME THE …..

FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
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REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
  • BE ALERT FOR ANYTHING THAT SEEMS
  • OUT OF PLACE FOR THE TIME / LOCATION
  • BE SPECIFIC IN WHAT YOU OBSERVE TELL WHAT YOU
    SAW NOT WHAT YOU THINK YOU SAW
  • BE ACCURATE WRITE DOWN YOUR
  • OBSERVATIONS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
  • NOTIFY YOUR LOCAL POLICE AND REPORT YOUR
    OBSERVATIONS

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REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
  • WHO - DID YOU OBSERVE - DESCRIPTION
  • WHAT WERE THEY DOING
  • WHERE LOCATION / LOCATION / LOCATION
  • WHEN - TIME OF DAY
  • WHY WAS THIS SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOR

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REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
  • DESCRIBING A SUSPECT ….. WHO
  • SEX
  • RACE
  • AGE ESTIMATE
  • HEIGHT COMPARE TO SOMETHING NEARBY
  • WEIGHT ESTIMATE
  • BUILD FAT / SLIM / MUSCULAR / ETC.
  • HAIR - COLOR / LENGTH / POSSIBLY A WIG
  • FACIAL FEATURES BEARD / MUSTACHE / ACNE
  • EYES COLOR / WEARING GLASSES
  • JEWELRY / TATTOOS / SCARS / MARKS
  • ANYTHING UNUSUAL / UNIQUE /SPECIFIC

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REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
DESCRIBING A SUSPECT ….. WHO
  • CLOTHING - WHAT IS PERSON WEARING
  • HAT COLOR / STYLE HOW IS IT WORN
  • COAT LONG / SHORT / COLOR / MARKINGS
  • SHIRT /BLOUSE COLOR / STYLE / DESIGNS
  • PANTS - JEANS / COLOR / STYLE
  • JEWELRY RINGS / WATCHES /BRACELETS
  • CHAINS
  • ACCESSORIES SCARFS / GLOVES / NECKTIE
  • SHOES SNEAKERS COLOR / STYLE /
  • BRAND NAME

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REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
  • DESCRIBING A VEHICLE ….
  • LICENSE PLATE NUMBER AND STATE
  • MAKE OF VEHICLE ( CHEVY / FORD / ETC.)
  • TYPE OF VEHICLE ( SUV / 2 DOOR / 4 DOOR
  • CONVERTIBLE / VAN )
  • SPECIAL DESIGNS UNUSUAL FEATURES

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REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
  • SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY…. WHAT
  • WHAT ARE / WERE YOU SEEING ..
  • - ANYONE INJURED
  • - WEAPONS
  • WHAT DID YOU HEAR …
  • - WORDS
  • - ACCENTS
  • - SLANG
  • BE SPECIFIC …. JUST THE FACTS !

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REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
  • WHERE ….
  • LOCATION - OF SUSPECTS AND
  • YOUR LOCATION
  • DIRECTION OF TRAVEL
  • LANDMARKS
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