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Communications / Non-Emergency Calls262-886-2300
Location730 Center StreetRacine, WI 53403
Racine Police Department
Most crimes are crimes of opportunity. If you take away the opportunity, you reduce the chances of becoming a victim of crime. Whether it is personal safety or residential safety, all too often a couple changes in our habits, behaviors, or home security can keep us from becoming victims of crime. When trying to reduce crime and protect yourself, answer the following questions to see if you are truly safe or unknowingly making yourself a victim.
By just answering these simply questions, you can decide if you are reasonably safe from crime, or if you need to make some changes. All too often, crime prevention is never sought until after we become victimized. Don’t become a victim of crime. Be proactive. Take action now.
For more information, or to request a guest speaker on crime prevention, contact the Public Information Officer at (262)635-7772, or use the
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