Assistance was given to Great Neck Estates Police Department 26 times by 61Q2i5E

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									                                      Monthly Police Report
                                       SEPTEMBER 2012
Auto Accidents:
                  No incidents to report
Aided Cases:
                  9/4 – A resident of Nassau Drive was transported to North Shore Hospital for treatment,
                  when her feeding tube became dislodged.
                  9/5 – A resident of California, walking on North Drive tripped and fell requiring transport to
                  North Shore Hospital for treatment of a laceration over his right eye.
                  9/9 – A resident of 1 Kensington gate was transported to North Shore Hospital for
                  treatment due to difficulty breathing.
                  9/12 – A resident of 1 Kensington Gate was transported to North Shore Hospital for
                  assistance when her pace maker began to malfunction.
                  9/27 – A resident of 1 Kensington Gate was transported to North Shore Hospital for
                  treatment of chest pains.
                  9/30 – A resident of Arleigh Road was transported to North Shore Hospital for treatment
                  of abdominal pains.

Ambulance Calls:
                          The Vigilant Fire Company Ambulance responded to all of the above aided
                          cases.
Alarms:
                          The Department responded to19 active alarms during the month, all were found
                          to be false burglar alarms.
Arrests:
                          No incidents to report.
Assists:
                          Assistance was given to Great Neck Estates Police Department 26 times, and
                          received from Great Neck Estates Police Department 9 times.
Burglaries:
                          No incidents to report.
Cases:
                          9/7 – A Nassau Drive resident reported the loss/theft of a diamond ring. Proper
                          forms were filed for further investigation and/or insurance claim.
                          9/19 – A Beverly Road resident reported a tree falling during a tropical storm.
                          Further investigation found that the tree had been cut halfway through, which
                          expedited its felling. Proper forms were filed and forwarded for investigation.
                          9/20 – Visitors to a Beverly Road residence reported the loss/theft of a back pack
                          containing a camera. Proper forms were filed for insurance purposes.
                          9/21 – An Arleigh Road resident and a resident of Kings Point walking in the
                          Village reported an individual in a car exposing himself to them. Incidents
                          occurred several hours apart. Proper forms were filed for further investigation.
                          Proper notifications were made including a description to all surrounding Police
                          Departments. Extensive patrol in the areas of occurrence was initiated. No
                          further incidents have been reported, and an investigation is continuing.
Fires:
                          9/7 – The Vigilant Fire Company assisted at an alarm of fire at a Beverly Road
                          residence. Found to have been caused by a faulty smoke detector.
Larcenies:
                          9/10 - Officers at the NCPD Policing Center on Community Dr took an apparent
                          fraud report from a Beverly Road resident. Resident was duped in a “Craigslist”
                          scam. All forms were filed and forwarded for further investigation.
Vacant Homes:
                          The number of homes reported vacant during the month was16. All were found to
                          be secure.
                                    Monthly Police Report
                                     SEPTEMBER 2012


Miscellaneous:
          - The department participated in NYS Traffic Safety “STEP” Initiative. Participation was
               timed to coincide with the start of the school year.
          - The department concentrated on directed patrol in the areas of school bus pick up and
               drop offs. We are awaiting an updated list of locations from the GN School’s
               Transportation Office.
          - The department maintained extensive patrol of the Village during the Holidays during the
               month, due to a heavy concentration of pedestrians going to services.
          - A Beverly Road resident reported that her teen son was unaccounted for. A search of the
               area located the son, who was then reunited with his mother.
          - An eviction of an Arleigh Road resident was completed by NC Sheriffs Dept. Evicted
               individual advised of ramifications of return to property. Subsequently several individuals
               were questioned at the location, all were found to be contractors working for the legal
               owners of the property.
          - Several disabled motorists were assisted in getting underway throughout the month.
          - A noise complaint from a resident of 1 Kensington Gate was investigated and found to be
               a Holiday gathering at a neighboring apartment. Situation was rectified.
          - A Beverly Road resident was advised of ambient noise from home causing a problem.
               Situation was rectified.
          - Several potential building issues were forwarded to the Building Department for action.
          - A Greenacre Court resident was assisted in gaining entry to their home with a key stored
               at HQ.
          - A survey of homes with offices within the Village, was performed at the request of the
               Building Department.
          - A resident of Nassau Drive involved in an ongoing divorce situation, responded to HQ to
               report his children missing. Children found in their mother’s presence, nothing untoward to
               report.
          - Several tree limbs were removed from the roadways during storms throughout the month.
               Matt Byers advised of larger limbs down for McGowan and Sons to remove.
          - Polls were opened and closed at the Village Hall on Primary Day.
          - Assistance was given to a Nassau Drive resident who reported a strange odor in her
               home. All was in order upon police arrival.
          - A Nassau Drive resident was assisted when a tree on her property fell onto her home
               causing damage.
          - A Nassau Drive resident complained of a parking condition in the area of her home.
               Situation was rectified and appropriate tickets were issued.
          - A “911” hang-up was investigated at a Nassau Drive residence. Found to be due to a
               faulty phone line. Resident advised to contact Phone Company for repair.
          - A report of a dangerous tree limb hanging over Beverly Road was investigated and
               referred to Matt Byers for removal by McGowan and Sons. Area under the limb was
               secured for safety.
          - A motorist was assisted in gaining entry into his car when he locked his keys inside said
               car.
          - A “911” hang-up was investigated at a 1 Kensington Gate apartment, found to be dialed in
               error.
          - A loose dog was located on Arleigh Road and returned to the owner on North Drive.
          - A survey of potholes in the area of Gilchrest Road and North Drive was completed at the
               request of the Village hall.
          - A disabled motorist on Arleigh Road was assisted in getting underway.
          - NCPD was assisted at the scene of a pedestrian struck on Middle Neck Road.
          - GNEPD was assisted with the search for a suspicious person in the rear of a home on
               South Drive. Person located and found to be a utility worker.
          - A report of a dog in distress locked in a vehicle parked on Nassau Drive was investigated.
               Animal Control notified. Dog owner found and advised to rectify the situation.
                                    Monthly Police Report
                                     SEPTEMBER 2012



Equipment:
                        Car #657 was patrolled 1143 miles. The odometer now reads 51396 miles.
                        Car #658 was patrolled 1211 miles. The odometer now reads 17087 miles.
                        Front door and screen door locks were replaced at HQ. Both locks were broken.
                        2 Police Blotter Books were purchased.

Personnel:
Lt Conlon worked 12hrs OT 9/2 and 9/22. Off 4 hrs personal time 9/11, 12 hrs 9/26. Off 12 hrs sick 9/12
and 3hrs 9/20.
Sgt Giraulo off 12 hrs personal time 9/2. Worked 2 hrs “STEP” OT 9/12, 8hrs training OT 9/19. Off 12hrs
sick 9/25.
PO Judson worked 5 hrs “STEP” OT 9/10, 12 hrs OT 9/12 and 9/25. Off 12 hrs sick 9/15 and 9/28.
PO Nasta worked 5 hrs “STEP” OT 9/5 and 10 hrs training OT 9/19. Off 12 hrs sick 9/22.
PO Costello on vacation 9/2 through 9/17. Worked 8 hrs training OT 9/19 and 1 hr “STEP” OT 9/28, 9/29
and 9/30.
PO Fiore worked 12 hrs OT 9/15 and 9/28, 8 hrs training OT 9/19, 3 hrs ”STEP” OT 9/26, 6 hrs “STEP”
9/28.

Summons:
                                  Parking                VTL              Other

                 LT. Conlon          3             5
                 Sgt. Giraulo        4            10
              P.O. Judson            4            11
              P.O. Nasta             2            13
              P.O. Costello          0             7
                 P.O. Fiore          6            17

             Totals:                19            63


Breakdown:
VTL: 26 Stop Sign violations. 17 Speeding violations. 1 Unsafe Passing violation. 3 Seat Belt violations. 1
Cell Phone violation. 6 Unlicensed Operation violations.6 Uninsured motorist violation.2 Equipment
violations.
PARKING: 3 No Parking 2am – 6am violations. 1 “K” Permit Parking violation. 1 Blocking Driveway
violation. 1 Parked over 12” from Curb violation. 1 No Parking Anytime violation. 12 Two Hour Parking
violations.

                                         Respectfully submitted;


                                         Lieut. Michael Conlon

								
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