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    Burglary Safety Tips from Adt.com 1) Most home burglaries occur between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., so get in the habit of locking and covering all doors and windows
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      Burglary Safety Tips from Adt.com

      1) Most home burglaries occur between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., so get in the habit of locking and covering all doors and windows whenever you go out.
      2) Invest in high-quality, name-brand deadbolt locks for all exterior doors.
      3) Make sure your burglar alarm system includes a loud inside alarm, detectors at all exterior doors, and motion sensors in the master bedroom and main living areas.
      4) Never leave an answering machine message indicating you're not at home. Instead, just say you "can't come to the phone."
      5) Give your home a "lived-in" look and sound when you are away.
      6) Report any suspicious persons or vehicles to your local police.
      7) Don't let mail, newspapers or flyers accumulate while you're away, tipping off criminals. Have the post office hold mail, have newspapers suspended, and have a neighbor or friend clear away flyers. (www.usps.gov)

      DAILY CRIME REPORT (BELOW):

      This report contains Part I serious offenses reported in the Fifth District, broken down by PSA, in a 24-hour period. If you experience any computer problems with viewing this data, please reply to this message and explain the problem. See key at the bottom of the page.

      PSA: 501
      CCN: 10179988
      RPT DATE: 12/14/2010
      SHIFT:
      OFFENSE: Burglary
      METHOD:
      BLOCK: 100 B/O S ST NW
      LOCATION: Residence/Home
      START DT: 12/14/2010
      START TM: 09:15:00
      END DT: 12/14/2010
      END TM: 17:20:00
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      PSA: 504
      CCN: 10179795
      RPT DATE: 12/14/2010
      SHIFT:
      OFFENSE: Stolen Auto
      METHOD:
      BLOCK: 1200 B/O MORSE ST NE
      LOCATION: Street/Highway/Road
      START DT: 12/13/2010
      START TM: 23:00:00
      END DT: 12/14/2010
      END TM: 08:30:00
      -------------------------------------------
      PSA: 504
      CCN: 10179878
      RPT DATE: 12/14/2010
      SHIFT:
      OFFENSE: Theft F/Auto
      METHOD:
      BLOCK: 1000 B/O BLADENSBURG RD NE
      LOCATION: Street/Highway/Road
      START DT: 12/14/2010
      START TM: 08:00:00
      END DT: 12/14/2010
      END TM: 14:00:00
      -------------------------------------------
      PSA: 504
      CCN: 10180036
      RPT DATE: 12/14/2010
      SHIFT:
      OFFENSE: Stolen Auto
      METHOD:
      BLOCK: 1900 B/O NEW YORK AVE NE
      LOCATION: Parking Lot/Parking Garage
      START DT: 12/14/2010
      START TM: 19:00:00
      END DT:
      END TM:
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      PSA: 505
      CCN: 10179766
      RPT DATE: 12/14/2010
      SHIFT:
      OFFENSE: Theft F/Auto
      METHOD:
      BLOCK: 2400 B/O 21ST PL NE
      LOCATION: Street/Highway/Road
      START DT: 12/13/2010
      START TM: 19:00:00
      END DT: 12/14/2010
      END TM: 07:00:00
      -------------------------------------------
      PSA: 505
      CCN: 10179896
      RPT DATE: 12/14/2010
      SHIFT:
      OFFENSE: Stolen Auto
      METHOD:
      BLOCK: 2200 B/O NEW YORK AVE NE
      LOCATION: Street/Highway/Road
      START DT: 12/10/2010
      START TM: 08:00:00
      END DT: 12/11/2010
      END TM: 08:30:00
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      KEY:

      PSA - The Police District (first number=District) and area or police beat where the incident occurred.

      CCN - The Complaint Number for the incident.

      RPT DATE - Date the incident was reported to Police.

      SHIFT - Estimated tour of duty crime occurred. DAY=Day EVN=Evening MID=Midnight

      OFFENSE - Crime Classification.

      METHOD - Subcategory of the Crime or the Degree (i.e. Burglary 2 = 2nd Degree Burglary, meaning Burglar not in contact with the victim.)

      BLOCK - Block where the crime occurred.

      LOCATION - General description of location where crime occurred.

      START DT - Earliest date the incident could have occurred.

      START TM - Earliest time the incident could have occurred.

      END DT - Latest date the incident could have occurred.

      END TM - Latest time the incident could have occurred.

      ADW - Assault With A Deadly Weapon

      F&V - Force and Violence

      PBS - Pocketbook Snatch

      P/P - Pickpocket
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