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New twitter @MagnoliaPatrol & Facebook account open for business!

Hello,

The Magnolia Patrol Association has opened a new account on twitter @MagnoliaPatrol please follow us and keep informed with criminal activities in the Magnolia area. One of the uses we will be considering on twitter is the capability to tweet suspicious activities to us and to the off-duty patrol officer when they are on-duty patrolling Magnolia. If you see something, say something. Just a reminder if you see any criminal activities to call 911 and if you have time to tweet to us or to the off-duty officer we will have a better chance to arrest the individual committing the crime.

Also, the facebook page is at https://www.facebook.com/magnoliapatrol

If you have any suggestions, feedback please let us know. The advisory board interest in growing and if you interested please sign up.

Thank you for your support

MPA Meeting – New meeting location / United Church of Christ

UPDATE - MPA meeting has changed to a new location to accommodate the large response of people who are interested in starting this patrol in Magnolia. The NEW location is at Magnolia United Church of Christ on February 21st. at 12pm 3555 W. Mcgraw St. Please enter on Eastmont St. side of the building. Please pass this on. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me anytime. The individual who are interested in volunteering in the advisory board please meet me 1/2 hour early to meet and greet. Again, thank you for your support.

Time for private security patrols in Magnolia?

By reporter Steven Smalley
Property crime has increased so much in some Seattle neighborhoods, residents choose to pay the price and hire security patrols to help stop theft. Magnolia might be next.
For the last seven years, for example, the Laurelhurst community found their endeavor to operate private patrols with off-duty Seattle police greatly diminished the rate of property crime, according to Brian McMullen, Laurelhurst Community Council trustee and crime prevention coordinator, as outlined HERE by Magnolia Voice.

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