Community policing, or community-oriented policing, is a strategy of policing that focuses on police building ties and working closely with members of the communities.
Place RADAR Trailer for gathering speed related statistics to determine level of traffic enforcement needed
Distracted/Impaired Driving Display unit- create discussion on related topics for all age groups of the public, including drivers and passengers
Residential and Commercial Security Evaluations- assist the public with evaluating and recommending security measures specific to their property and surroundings
Build and maintain positive relationships with elementary school staff, students, and parents
Crime Prevention/Apprehension and Covert Assignments
The CRT will develop leads, conduct surveillance, or deploy other methods approved by the Patrol & Special Operations Lieutenant to prevent crimes, develop leads, and make arrests of criminals.
Watch Group, Community Organization, Service Provider Liaison
CRT will be involved in Watch Group Meetings and will be tasked with developing groups in areas that currently do not have them. In addition, the CRT will be the liaison between community organizations, housing units, or service providers and the Beaufort Police Department. The purpose of this liaison is to identify community needs and work with members of the community to solve the problems and meet the community’s needs.
Overt Public Community Coordination
CRT members will provide programs and services that positively impact the community; not limited to:
Residential and Business security vulnerability checks
Emergency response planning for commercial buildings
National Night Out functions
Child Identification Functions
Summer / Christmas Storm Events
Crime Prevention Seminars
For further information about how the Beaufort Police Department can help you, please contact Lt. Charles Squires email@example.com or (843) 322-7943.