Cops show up at November 12 meeting

Crime and Punishment.  Breaking & Entering.  Meth, Mayhem and Misdemeanors.  Get it all when the cops show up at REIN’s November General Meeting!

Sergeant Taylor Schmitz of the Metro Nashville Police Department brings 10 years of stories and sage advice to REIN’s General Meeting on Monday, November 12th, 2012.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn what you need to know to keep you and your stuff safe, and get the facts and fiction from the local 5-0:

–          Gang and drug dealer indicators – and when it’s just kids with mischief on their minds

–          How to keep your tools and appliances from walking off – and who is likely stealing them

–          Protecting your job site and those on it

–          Protecting your family at home and in public

–          Why a dog really is your best friend

–          The 4 Ds of Crime Prevention

–          How you can help the cops use 74-CRIME to easily catch bad guys

–          The one thing you can do to reduce your chances of car theft by 49%

Sgt. Schmitz got roaring applause after his recent presentation to a local Homeowner’s Association.  You will enjoy his humor and his message during this interactive and educational meeting.  Join us Monday and bring a friend.

 

Image credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/petercastleton/6178334455/

 

Gangs, Crime and Punishment – Main Presentation – August 9

Back by popular demand, Sergeant Dan Ogren returns to REIN on Monday, August 9th, 2010.

Members and Guests will gain so much ‘hidden’ knowledge with this special meeting. Sgt. Ogren will reveal tips and tricks on how to detect possible criminal activity in and near your property. Plus, he teaches how to spot this in an area *before* you invest to help you make more informed investment decisions.

He will have graphics and overlays of crime concentration by certain types of crimes and criminal activity, such as drug complaints, gangs, and more.

As a special bonus for REIN, Sgt. Ogren will have templates and examples of on-line resources that investors can access.

Knowledge is power!  And crime *doesn’t* pay investors.   Find out what you need to know right now. Mark your calendar *now* to attend this special event!

About Our Speaker:  Sgt. Dan Ogren is a 22-year veteran of the Metro Nashville Police
Department. Sgt. Ogren has been the East Precinct Community Affairs Coordinator for 11 years. Prior to joining the police force, he served 8 years on active duty in the US Coast Guard & US Navy. He has been married to Yvonne for 23 years. Together, they are applying the finishing touches on the raising of a biologist and an economist.