Category Archives: crime

Our APD District Representatives

Our neighborhood’s Austin Police Department district representatives are Officers Cassie DeLaRue and Ray Kianes Los Representantes de Distrito del Departamento de Policía de Austin en nuestro vencindario son Oficiales Cassie DeLaRue y Ray Kianes. Officer Rafael “Ray” Kianes Officer Kianes … Continue reading

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Sudden Violent Death 2012-present

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Regular quarterly meeting July 12, 2015 / Reunión trimestral 12 de julio 2015

The meeting is scheduled from 2-4pm, Little Walnut Creek Library Reunión a las 2 hasta 4pm, Biblioteca Little Walnut Creek Proposed Agenda – Programa propuesto: Please let Chair Julia Foree know if there is something else to add. Replacement Chair … Continue reading

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Prostitution diversion

[February 2015 update: Travis County prostitution prevention grant application] Effective Approaches for Reducing Prostitution Texas Criminal Justice Coalition Examining Prostitution Diversion Initiatives Texas Public Policy Foundation Dallas Prostitution Diversion Initiative “… [F]irst implemented by the Dallas Police Department in 2007. … Continue reading

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Graffiti 2014

Neighborhood Plan Objectives Q.6: Improve property maintenance. Q.10: Acknowledge the cultural diversity of the neighborhood. Request graffiti cleanup (Free!) Anyone can call 311 to put in the request for the city to clean up graffiti tagging or vandalism. They’ll make … Continue reading

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Graffiti 2010-2013

Neighborhood Plan Objective Q.6: Improve property maintenance. 2014 map and reporting information 2013 2012 Jul-Dec 2011 Jan-Jun 2011 Jul-Dec 2010 orange – 20+ yellow – 10-19 indigo – 5-9 light blue – 2-4 green – 1

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Who We Are panel presentation Dec 12, 2013

Formal and informal leaders from the public, for-profit, non-profit, and faith-based sectors of our neighborhood participated in a panel at the “Restore Rundberg Revitalization Team” meeting on December 12. Despite the meeting’s logistical challenges, this variety of interconnected voices presented … Continue reading

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