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November 27 FNC meeting will feature USPS on preventing mail and package theft

On November 27 the Fremont Neighborhood Council meeting November 27th, 7 PM, Doric Lodge,  619 N. 36th Street, will focus on preventing and dealing with mail and package theft.  An inspector from the United States Postal Service and a crime prevention coordinator from the Seattle Police Department will be attending the will be in attendance and will be providing information on reporting package theft, package theft arrests and steps that can be taken to reduce package theft. The program:

  • Introductions and Explanation of Topic
  • Extent of Problem–audience feedback
  • Presentations by Inspector Winsor SPD, Department of Neighborhoods
  • Announcement of Handouts Available and Conclusion:

Have You Been a Victim of Mail or Package Theft? Info at Nov. 27 FNC meeting

Poster by 3 Crown Creative

Before this meeting, this request was posted on Nextdoor by the FNC member coordinating the panel: “Fremont Neighborhood Council  (FNC) is seeking information from Neighborhood Residents on Mail and Package Theft. An Inspector from the United States Postal Service and a Crime Prevention Coordinator from the Seattle Police Department will be attending the November Meeting of the Fremont Neighborhood Council ( November 27th at 7 PM, Doric Lodge,  619 N. 36th Street) and we are interested in providing data to them at the meeting.  I am a neighborhood resident and I am working on this event. If you have been a victim of mail or package theft in the last three years and would be willing to Direct Message (DM) me with the block, date, and delivery service (USPO, UPS) I would like to compile it prior to the meeting. Thanks for your assistance. We are especially interested in chronic locations; the information will be helpful in our discussion of the issue.”  If you are on Nextdoor, from Fremont or nearby neighborhoods, you should be able to respond there.

More at the meeting–plus our regular agenda. Handout of tips: 2017 FNC Mail Theft Resources Handout

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