Reston Information Bulletin
March 27, 2013
- Reston District Station Crime Prevention
- Current Crime Trends or Series in the Reston District
- Next Citizen's Advisory Committee meeting
- Reston Station Construction
- Crime Prevention Tips: Home Safety
- Subscribe to the Reston Information Bulletin!
Welcome to the Reston Information Bulletin. This will be used to send timely information about crime series, crime trends, traffic campaign information, upcoming events and meetings and general police related information for the citizens of the Reston District
PFC Katy Defoe, Crime Prevention Specialist
Phone number: 703-478-0799, TTY 711
Address: 12000 Bowman Towne Drive, Reston, VA 20190
The Reston District Station Criminal Investigation Section has recently made arrests in TWO different series affecting the residents of the Reston District. One series targeted unlocked doors from the garage to the house and the other was targeting unlocked sliding doors.
Next Meeting: Thursday April 18, 2013 at 7 p.m.
Location: 1763 Fountain Drive, Reston, Va at the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce
The Neighborhood Watch Coordinators meeting will be held prior to the CAC meeting at 6:30 p.m.
On March 25, 2013 construction began on the NEW Reston District Police Station. Crews are removing trees and clearing ground. Parking around the building has been signicantly reduced due to the clearing of the grounds. The project is slated to be complete in 2015.
Please remember to:
- Lock your doors! Your car doors, your front and back doors,your basement door, the door to your house from your garage and your sliding doors should be locked even when you are home.
- Remove your valuables from your car, or at least put them out of plain sight! There should be nothing of value visible in your car, including your car keys and charger cables. Your valuables cannot be stolen from your car if they are not in your car.
- Record your serial numbers! Small electronics like smart phones, cameras and laptops are big targets. All of these types of devices have a serial number on them. Write them down and keep them in a safe place, preferrably not on your computer or laptop.
- Report suspicious activity when you see it! Suspicious activity is anything that is out of the ordinary. Call the non-emergency number 703-691-2131 to report suspicious activity. If you see what you think is a crime occurring in your presence, call 9-1-1
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If you have any questions, please contact the Crime Prevention Unit at 703-478-0799, TTY 711. Please share this information with family, friends and community members.