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Safety and Security

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Next S.O.S Meeting

May 1, 2014

12:00noon to 1:00pm

Stockton Blvd Resource Center

5625 Stockton Blvd

Sacramento, Ca 95824

Lunch Provided!

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The Stockton Boulevard Partnership is actively and aggressively working with law enforcement to make our area a safer place to work and shop. The Stockton Boulevard Partnership contracts with Paladin Private Security to provide loitering and trespassing enforcement. Paladin is the uniformed eyes and ears on the Boulevard for the Stockton Boulevard Partnership; disrupting the pattern and behavior of potential criminal activities, by recognizing, recording, and reporting all suspicious activity.

The Safety on Stockton (S.O.S.) Committee meets once a month on the first Thursday at 12:00noon with the local law enforcement agencies; the Sacramento City Police, Sacramento County Sheriff, California Highway Patrol, Sacramento County Prosecutor, Sacramento County Code Enforcement, and UC Davis Police. Discussion include how property owners can support law enforcement and methods to improve safety and security at individual properties.

Sacramento County District Attorney Community Prosecutor, Sacramento City and County Neighborhood Services and SMUD also comes to the table to discuss safety and security issues, updates on program opportunities and projects.

Some implemented solutions include adding correct "customer parking only" signage for improved enforcement, adding chain-offs at prioritized parking entrances, holding business-watch training, installing Crime Watch Zone signage and taking as inventory of street lights to report burn-outs for maintenance.

The Stockton Boulevard Partnership is also working with local Problem Oriented Police (POP) officers to plan long term security and safety solutions-all in an effort to improve the overall safety of Stockton Boulevard.