Keeping Riverside a Safe Community: GPD to Give a Talk on Crime Prevention, March 16

Officer Keith Hirsch

Officer Keith Hirsch addressed a meeting of the Byram Neighborhood Association. File photo Leslie Yager

Greenwich Police Community Impact Officers Dan Paladino, Keith Hirsch and Sgt. John Thorme will present a lecture on Crime Prevention on Thursday, March 16 at 6:00pm at St. Catherine’s Church Hall* at 4 Riverside Avenue.

Their talk will cover both motor vehicle break-ins and home burglaries, including tips for preventing these crimes.

Greenwich Police will also answer any questions residents might have about the recent residential and motor vehicle burglaries in town –  specifically those in Riverside

*The church hall is located under the parish church.  There are handicap spaces with no stair access if you enter the parking lot via the Bishop Curtis home entrance. For all other attendees, if that lot is full, please use the lot on Riverside Ave opposite the church (where the carnival is held).  From there it is a very short walk.

See also:

Greenwich Police: Waterbury is the Nexus in the Case of Four Stolen Cars in Greenwich

Greenwich Police: Organized Crew Breaking Into Vehicles with Force

Greenwich, Among Other Affluent Towns, Targeted by Car Thieves


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