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Monrovia Police: 911 Center Upgraded; Red Ribbon Week


[Monrovia Police activities from the Police Department's Neighborhood Watch Report for October 20-22 2014 . - Brad Haugaard]

During the last seven-day period, the Police Department handled 378 service events, During the last seven-day period, the Police Department handled 378 service events, resulting in 62 investigations.

Monrovia Police Department 9-1-1 Communications Center Upgrade Completed 
On October 14, 2014, the upgrade to the Monrovia Police Communications 9-1-1 Center was completed. The upgrade included a new, state-of-the-art 9-1-1 phone system and new ergonomic dispatch consoles and chairs that were funded through the California Office of Emergency Management 9-1- 1 Program Office. In addition, the radio system was also upgraded. The Monrovia Police Department would like to thank the following police department and city employees for their hard work and extra effort given to help complete this upgrade: Jim Emett, Jeff Warmuth, Tim Blackburn, Shawn Cantine, Manny Garcia, and all of the Monrovia police dispatchers for their assistance during the design and equipment selection process.

Red Ribbon Week Reminds Parents to Talk to Your Kids About Drugs 
During the week of October 23 through 31, the Monrovia Police Department will celebrate Red Ribbon Week 2014 by wearing red ribbons on their uniforms. Red Ribbon Week is a national campaign to raise awareness about substance abuse among our youth and our communities. In 1985, DEA Agent Enrique, “Kiki,” Camarena was murdered by a drug cartel. To honor his memory and to show support that we will continue the fight against illegal drugs, Monrovia Police Officers will wear red ribbons as part of our uniform. Monrovia schools have passed out red bracelets to children to encourage kids to support the fight against illegal drugs, alcohol, and tobacco use.

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