Home
Welcome Directions Directory by Department Directory by Last Name District Committees District Goals District Mission Statement Ethical Standards Human Relations Organizational Vision Strategic Plan Wellness Policy
Board Of Education Agendas / Minutes Board Committee Representation Board Policies District Goals Organizational Core Beliefs
Educational Services Our Committment Common Core State Standards Accountability Curriculum and Instruction Educational Programs Professional Development Pupil Services
Business Services Child Care Child Nutrition Services Graphic Arts Human Resources Information Technology Maintenance, Operations and Transportation (MOT) Special Education Superintendent's Office
Parent-Student-Community Information Flyer Distribution Library - Online Public Access Catalog Medi-Cal New Students Newark Police Department Newark Neighborhood Watch Program Partnership Compact School Boundaries
Student Support Attendance Fremont Family Resource Center Staying Healthy Staying Safe Newark Wellness Center No Bully Zone Standardized Tests - Helping Children Succeed
Staff Resources Calendar Ethical Standards Forms FOSS Science Information FOSS Science Forms Informational Links Tools of the Trade Teacher Effectiveness and Evaluation
nixle.jpg

To learn more security & safety tips or if you would like to start a Neighborhood Watch in your area please contact:

Tim Jones
Special Assistant
Community Engagement Division
Newark Police Dept.
(510) 578-4209
tim.jones@newark.org


It’s time to stand up to crime. Together we can make a difference!

Newark Police Department

ARTICLES ON STAYING SAFE

Gang Prevention through Parental Involvement
Signs your Child May be in a Gang Parents often lack factual information about gangs. Many gang members have become knowledgeable about the law and, as a result, have minimized their visibility. In the past, there was a high level of pride associa... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 7/31/12

Burglary Prevention Tip: LOCKS
Residential Burglaries continue to be a problem and many are preventable. Each week we will continue to highlight precautions you can take to keep your home safe. BURGLARY PREVENTION TIP OF THE WEEK: “Locks” Intruders often gain entry ... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 7/26/12

HOME SECURITY 101 Knock, knock....who's there?
No it's not a joke, its real life...knowing when to open and when not to open the front door. It is important to have a family action plan in place for how to handle the infamous "knock knock” at the front door. The general rule of ... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 7/25/12

How to be a Good Witness
Becoming a victim and/or witnessing a crime can be a traumatic experience. Should you become an unexpected victim or witness of a crime, you should immediately call 9-1-1. While you are waiting for the police to arrive and/or dispatch to ask you q... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 7/25/12

Suspicious Vehicles
Residential Burglaries continue to be a problem and many are preventable. Over the next several weeks, we will continue to highlight precautions you can take to keep Fremont safe for you and your neighbors. BURGLARY PREVENTION TIP OF THE WEEK: &ld... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 7/20/12

Silent Witness Hotline
(510)578-4965 The Newark Police Department has a dedicated phone number for citizens to call with information that may help solve and prevent crime. The Silent Witness Hotline at (510)578-4965 allows members of the community to report information ... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 7/11/12

Is Someone Knocking at Your Door?
Summer is here and residential burglaries continue to be a problem. Over the next several weeks we will highlight precautions you can take to help keep your home and neighborhood safe. We continue to ask that our community be alert and on the look... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 7/11/12

Never Leave a Child or Pet Alone in an Unattended Vehicle
With the temperature in Fremont projected to be more than 80 degrees today, it’s time to remind our community not to leave children or pets alone in unattended vehicles. From 1998 to May 2011, a reported 500 children died in locked vehicles,... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 7/10/12

Wear Your Seat Belt!
Although California boasts one of the highest seat belt use rates in the nation at 96.6 percent that still leaves more than one million motorists who are at risk for serious injury and death. In 2010, estimates are that over 1,300 lives were saved... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 7/9/12

Children should never be left alone in your car!
We all know the sadness and disbelief we feel when we read local headlines about a child dying after being left unattended in a hot car. In the last twelve years, nationwide over 450 children have died after being left in a hot car (sometimes on r... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 6/14/12

Travel Safety
It’s travel season. Here are some helpful tips to keep you and your family safe while traveling: 1. Don't answer the door in a hotel or motel room without verifying who it is. If a person claims to be an employee, call the front desk and... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 6/11/12

Seat Belt and Passenger Safety
Traffic collisions are the leading cause of death of children in the country. Sadly, more than half of the children who die in collisions are not properly restrained in child safety seats or are unrestrained altogether. Many of these children woul... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 5/30/12

Teen Driving Contract
When teens negotiate their own set of car keys, parents worry that they’ve said goodbye to all control. It’s true that teens experience a new sense of freedom when they get their licenses. But they often don’t understand the resp... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 5/23/12

Stop Bullying
Information and Resources to Help Prevent the Serious Problem of Bullying Bullying has become a tidal wave of epic proportions. Although bullying was once considered a rite of passage, parents, educators, and community leaders now see bullying as ... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 5/9/12

Teach Kids About Strangers
What to Teach Kids about Strangers Information about the differences between strangers kids should look out for and strangers kids can trust. Kids see strangers every day in stores, in the park, and in their neighborhoods. Most of these strangers ... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 4/25/12

Social Networking Safety Tips
It’s no question that social networking Web sites are growing rapidly every day. This growing trend of sharing yourself more and more online; safety is often overlooked. Setting forth some safety guidelines will benefit the users of social n... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 4/24/12