Sunday, June 2, 2013

CAPS Beat Meetings For June 2013

1411/1412 - June 6th @ 7:00 p.m., St. Nicolai Church (3000 N. Kedzie)
1413/1414 - NO JUNE MEETING.
1421 - NO JUNE MEETING.
1422 - June 4th @ 7:00 p.m., Hispanic Housing (1402 N. Kedzie)
1431 - NO JUNE MEETING.
1432/1433 - June 20th @ 7:00 p.m., St. Mary Of The Angel's Church (1850 N. Hermitage)
1434 - June 19th @ 6:30 p.m., Bucktown-Wicker Park Library (1701 N. Milwaukee Ave.)

1732 - June 12th @ 7:00 p.m., Avondale Park (3516 W. School)
1733 - June 13th @ 7:00 p.m., Brands Park (3259 N. Elston)

2523 - NO JUNE MEETING.
2524 - June 20th @ 7:00 p.m., Our Lady of Grace Church (2446 N. Ridgeway)
2525 - NO JUNE MEETING.
2535 - NO JUNE MEETING.

* In addition to attending Beat 2523's meetings, I plan on attending the CAPS Beat meetings for the following Beats: 1411/1412, 1421, 1732 and 2524.
** I plan on attending this CAPS Beat meeting this month.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Tim,
I noticed flyers for your blog up at Humboldt/Sacramento & Palmer. Has that helped get new readers?

Anonymous said...

Hi, wondering if anyone has any advice as to who I may address my concerns and those of a few of my neighbors that keep having our cars broke into on Sacremento st. in between Addison St and Cornelia St? It seems the Sacramento Playground attracts many criminals after dark. So fed up! Need help!

Undergrounded said...

If your cars are being broken into on a regular basis & the police can't catch them, I would suggest you & your neighbors take turns watching over the area where it happens.
Think about it - all you need is a few beverages & a camera/phone of some kind. Watch where they are breaking into the cars, and call the police when it's in progress.
I know the block, I bike past it all the time. I can't imagine it would be hard to arrange a parked car in Target, or a view from a porch?
The police can't do much once the thief is gone. You have to help yourselves.

Mary LaNett said...

I've noticed lots of cops all watching the Hawks game anywhere they can. Who's watching our streets?