Join us for the “Chief on the Beat” Crime Prevention Safety & Health Fair in Southeast Division. We’ve been working with Buckner-Terrace Neighborhood Association to bring this day’s event to the community around Frank Guzick Elementary School.
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It’s rare that you will see a video as powerful as this one. The message is so strong on this that we felt it should be shared.
This great little piece came to us via the Buckner Terrace neighborhood:
1. Of course I look familiar. I was here just last week cleaning your carpets, painting your shutters, or delivering your new refrigerator.
2. Hey, thanks for letting me use the bathroom when I was working in your yard last week. While I was in there, I unlatched the back window to make my return a little easier.
3. Love those flowers. That tells me you have taste… and taste means there are nice things inside. Those yard toys your kids leave out always make me wonder what type of gaming system they have.
4. Yes, I really do look for newspapers piled up on the driveway. And I might leave a Continue reading
Doug was such an inspiration to Crime Watch organizations across the city. He will be sorely missed.
A great friend and longtime volunteer for the Dallas Police Department, Mr. Doug Woodham passed away at home on Saturday, January 17, 2015; he was 79.
Doug was actively involved in several DPD volunteer programs throughout his many years of service including Crime Watch groups, Citizens Helping in Parking Solutions (CHIPS), Volunteers in Patrol (VIP), Crime Watch Executive Board (CWEB) and his latest program, the Dallas Junior Police Academy (JPA).
While no one can remember the exact day when Doug started volunteering for the Dallas Police Department, he has been working with DPD longer than anyone can remember. Doug was a long time resident of Old Lake Highlands in the Northeast Patrol Division where he devoted countless hours to his community through his volunteer efforts with the Dallas Police Department.
He will be greatly missed.
Written by: Sgt. Cheryl Cornish