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Reiko E. Penunuri
Felony warrants for
Possession of Stolen Firearm and Burglary


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Crime mapping is used by analysts at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office to map, visualize, and analyze crime incident patterns. Mapping crime, using computer software known as Geographic Information Systems (GIS), allows our crime analysts to identify crime hot spots, along with other trends and patterns.

The Sheriff believes that a better informed citizenry is vital in helping to do the job of policing. Our goal is to provide citizens with valuable data that will allow them to assist Law Enforcement in reducing crime.

Our analysts have plotted recent crime data and have provided this display to give the public valuable information about where crime activity is occurring in the various neighborhoods and SID’s within the Sheriff’s jurisdiction.

REDUCING THE POTENTIAL OF BEING BURGLARIZED

What You Can Do:

  1. Keep doors and ground level windows locked.
  2. Doors should be solid wood or metal.
  3. Install peep hole to identify persons prior to opening door.
  4. Deadbolt locks should have a one-inch throw.
  5. Install heavy four-screw strike plates.
  6. Use longer screws on strike plate and hinges to anchor into door frame studs.
  7. Use track-blockers on sliding doors and windows.
  8. Use windows coverings to obscure vision of home interior.
  9. Use timers on indoor lighting, television, and radio. Vary on times.
  10. Always have exterior lighting on at night.
  11. Landscaping should not provide “hiding spots.”
  12. Be a good neighbor and report suspicious activity by calling 9-1-1.
  13. Stop mail and newspaper when away.
  14. Call (402) 444-6641 and request a “Vacation Watch” of home while out of time.
  15. Prepare a video inventory on all contents of home for insurance purposes.

Douglas County Crime Stoppers provides a telephone number and web tips to encourage citizens in the community to volunteer vital information helpful to law enforcement agencies to fight against crime.

Callers will remain anonymous and are eligible to receive a cash reward if the information given leads to an arrest.

 

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The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is committed to assisting its citizens in protecting themselves and their property. Citizens and businesses play a key role in reducing the threat of criminal activity by staying aware of crime trends and implementing appropriate prevention measures. The following sections contain safety and security tips:

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Prevention Information

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is committed to assisting its citizens to prevent crime. Citizens and businesses play a key role in reducing the threat of criminal activity by implementing prevention measures and staying vigilant.

 

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