Councilwoman, LMPD announce 3 more public safety walks | Crime
From Louisville Metro Council
LOUISVILLE, KY – Three more District 15 neighborhoods have signed on with Councilwoman Marianne Butler and officers of the LMPD’s 4th Division for Violent Crime Reduction Walks in April. It is part of the 90 Days and 90 Nights keeping Streets Safe program.
“I am very pleased with the response we have received from these walks this year,” says Butler. “It shows people are ready to join with our officers to prevent crime and be on the lookout for violent crime.
Since February, Butler and officers have gone where neighborhoods have requested walks. The officers talk about the latest in crime prevention including blockwatch programs.
Here are the dates for the next three walks in District 15:
- Cloverleaf Neighborhood Association Crime Walk - April 22 at 6 P.M. Start at Gutermuth Elementary School, 1500 Sanders Lane.
- Wilder Park Neighborhood Association Crime Walk - April 23 at 7 P.M. Start at Wilder Park Community Center, 120 W. Fairmont Ave.
- Oakdale neighborhood Association Crime Walk - April 29 at 5:30 P.M. Start at the Salvation Army Building in Wyandotte Park, 1010 Beecher Street.
“It is not too late for us to walk your neighborhood” says Butler. “Get to know the men and women of the 4th Division who are here to protect us.”
Contact Officer Johnny.Burgraff@louisvilleky.gov to schedule a walk in your neighborhood any day, anywhere or any time!
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