A Message From From Deputy Walter Wolf

From: “Wolf, Walter” <Walter.Wolf@lcso.org>
To: “Wolf, Walter” <Walter.Wolf@lcso.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 7:18 PM
Subject: Crime watch
Good evening everyone; Sheriff Borders, and his Chief Deputy Undersheriff Peyton Grinnell have asked that I inform you of several changes and improvements to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office’s web site that can be accessed at www.lcso.org.
One of the updates that I’m excited about involves the community alerts section. Within the next week or two our crime analyst at the sheriff’s office will start imputing information as she tracks certain crimes and any crime patterns that she has identified. We feel that this information will be a very helpful tool with the neighborhood watch program.
There are several other useful sections on this site. For example the Stay Safe site has several useful direct links that will allow you to do everything from tracking sexual offender/predators to printing out Identity theft/fraud packets.
Another useful site is the view local crime site. This site is a direct link to crimereports.com. Crimereports.com is the site that I have been promoting the past year that allows you to track crimes around the county.
Sheriff Borders and Chief Deputy Grinnell both feel that once you start using these sites you will see the benefit that they provide.
I have also attached an invite to everyone for our next Sheriff’s Citizen Academy that will start Thursday January 30, 2014 at 6:00 PM.
One other reminder; if you change your e-mail address please let me know as soon as possible so that I can change it in my crime watch data bank.
Any questions regarding the upcoming citizen academy can be directed to Linda Harville at 352-326-8108 any other questions either e-mail me or call me at 352-267-3655.
Walter
Deputy Walter Wolf
Crime Watch Coordinator
Lake County Sheriff’s Office
Cell    352-267-3655
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Gary S. Borders, Sheriff of Lake County, is sponsoring a Sheriff’s Citizen
Academy with the purpose of building better communication
between citizens and law enforcement through education. Participants will become familiar with the operations of the Lake County Sheriff’s Office and gain a more in depth understanding of the challenges facing
law enforcement and the community.
Students will tour various departments of the Sheriff’s Office including the Lake County Detention Center, the Lake County Judicial Center, and the
Criminal Justice Academy. Demonstrations will also be presented by
specialized units such as the Dive Team, K-9, S.W.A.T. and Posse.
The Sheriff’s Citizen Academy is scheduled each Thursday night for 13 weeks beginning January 30, 2014 from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm. Classes will meet at the Institute of Public Safety located at
1565 Lane Park Cutoff in Tavares.
The Academy is limited to 30 participants. If you are interested please
contact Linda Harville in Community Services at
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