Page 12 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • June 10, 2009 Ramsey In its ongoing effort to promote public safety, the Ramsey Police Department recently released the following tips for area residents: Have good locks on both windows and doors. Keep doors locked at all times. Install a peephole. Do not trust chains, as they are easily pushed open. Never let a stranger inside your home to make a phone call. Let the person stay outside and tell him or her you will make the call to the police. Never let anybody know you are alone. Let others think someone is home with you. Do not hide keys outside your home. A woman living alone should use her first initial, not her full first name, on mailboxes and phone listings. Keep your home well lit on outside, especially by doors and windows. Police department offers personal protection tips Rekey locks when you move into a new home. You don’t know who still has keys. If you receive an obscene phone call, report it to the police. When you arrive at home, have your keys out and ready so you can enter your home quickly. When you are approaching your car in public, have your keys out to enter quickly in case a stranger approaches you. Lock your car once you enter it. Look into your car before entering it to make sure nobody is hiding inside. Park in a well lit area. Never leave your house keys with a stranger who might make a copy. If you are in your car and believe you are being followed, drive to a police station. If you cannot find a police station, drive to a well lit BEST PRICES...BEST SELECTION OF 2009 WEBER GRILLS THERE’S A WEBER GRILL MADE FOR YOU! Open Sunday 9-3 C n and emonstratio Event D ales Truckload S business. Use a cell phone to call police if you cannot find either of above. Keep your car in good working order and make sure you have enough gas to avoid getting stuck. If the vehicle does break down, open the hood and get back into the car. Keep the car doors locked. If someone stops to help, do not get out of the car. Ask them to call the police or a relative for you. Never get into a stranger’s car to get help. If shopping with small children, always put packages or groceries in car first so your children will not be in the car if you become the victim of a carjacking. Always be aware of people around you and be aware of your surroundings. Children should be taught never to accept rides from strangers. They usually offer candy or money to the children. Parents and children should be aware of strangers hanging around schools or parks. Report any suspicious people to police immediately. Children should be advised to know a safe, well-travelled route to school or a friend’s house. Avoid taking shortcuts in isolated areas. Members of the community who have additional questions or concerns are invited to contact Sergeant Tim Flanagan of the Ramsey Police Crime Prevention Unit at WEBER ook-Out Borough Police Department Report On May 1 at 9:34 p.m., Patrolman Kevin Kelly was dispatched to Marshalls for a shoplifting incident. The loss prevention office reported stopping a 46-year-old Suffern, New York woman after observing her conceal merchandise. She was arrested and charged with shoplifting. On May 3, Patrolman Craig Weber was dispatched to Shop-Rite for a shoplifter in custody. A 60 year old Mahwah man was arrested and charged with shoplifting after a loss prevention officer observed the man conceal merchandise. On May 8, Patrolman Kevin Kelly was notified of a vehicle traveling on Lake Street with a flat tire. The vehicle was located on Route 17 South and subsequently stopped. While speaking to the driver, an odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected. 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