The North Division property crime clearance rate for October was 8%.
The North Division property crime clearance rate for November was 4.5%.
No meetings were held due to COVID restrictions, social distancing requirements, and business closings. North Division personnel communicated with businesses via email and phone conversations.
All meetings and community events were cancelled due to emergency declaration and social distancing requirements by the City, State and Department protocol.
Contact with crime victims are being made within 72 hours on assigned cases.
The main quality of life issue concerning North Division continues to be the soliciting from roadway. Several zero tolerance details conducted by NPO Hernandez and NPO Byrd during the month with a dozen GCs issued to violators. Violators offered HOPE team but continue to refuse.
The areas around Presidio, Alliance, and Tanger continue to add new businesses weekly. Most businesses opened in accordance with the State's reopening plan.
Bi-weekly outdoor rollcalls continue on Mondays and Thursdays. Info-sharing between beat officers and NPOs occurred via email.
The NPO's continued to use Nextdoor weekly to share crime on their respective beats with the citizens.
Attendance at roll calls was temporarily suspended indoors but twice-weekly outdoor rollcalls continued with social distancing precautions. Info was passed to patrol by detectives.
No officers were assigned to the detective office due to staffing during pandemic.