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Make You Car Tough To Steal – Crime Prevention Tips

Categories: Featured Article, Police Community Partnerships

“No Cost” Precautions

– Take Your Keys. Nearly 2O% of all vehicles stolen had the keys in them.
– Lock Your car. Approximately 25% of all vehicles stolen were left unlocked.
– Never Hide a Second Set of Keys in Your Car.
– Park in Well-lighted Areas.
– Park in Attended Lots.
– If You Park in an Attended Lot, Leave Only the Ignition/door Key.
– Never Leave Your Car Running, Even if You’ll Only Be Gone for a Minute.
– Completely Close Car Windows When Parking.
– Don’t Leave Valuables in Plain View.
– Park With Your Wheels Turned Towards the Curb.
– If Your Vehicle is Rear-Wheel drive, Back Into Your driveway.
– Always Use Your Emergency Brake When Parking.
– If You Have a Garage, Use It.
– When Parking in a Garage, Lock the Garage door and Your Vehicle.
– Disable Your Vehicle When Leaving it Unattended for an Extended Period.
– Replace “T”-shaped door Locks With Straight Locks.
– Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
– Engrave Expensive Accessories

Investing In Vehicle Protection

– Ignition Kill Switch
– Fuel Kill Switch
– Visible Steering Wheel Lock
– Floorboard Locks
– Gearshift Locks
– Tire/Wheel Locks
– Hood Locks
– Armored Collar Around the Steering Column
– Alarms
– Vehicle Tracking

Rotary Club / Safer Dallas Awards Luncheon 2015

Categories: Events, Featured Article


At the 6th Annual Rotary Club of Dallas/Safer Dallas Luncheon, we were honored to present the Public Safety Leader Award to Spencer Michlin and the Distinguished Service Award to Assistant Chief Mike Genovesi! The are pictured here with Charles Terrell, Chairman of Safer Dallas, DPD Chief David Brown, and Rotary Club of Dallas president Charles Mohrle.

Chief Brown meets with local students

Categories: Featured Article, Safer Dallas


Dallas Police chief David Brown meets with Texas Leadership Forum and Rotary Dream Team students at Istation
to discuss careers in law enforcement.

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