Your neighborhood has reported an increase in robberies during the month of April.
Between April 8 & April 18, five street robberies involving suspects who are targeting victims for purses/wallets and/or cell phones in the Jamaica Plain area were reported to police. The robberies have occurred between 10 PM and 5 AM, with the majority occurring between 10:50 PM…Continue
As part of Boston Shines, we are looking for areas within Jamaica Plain that need improvement in the following areas; crosswalks painted, abandoned cars removed, lots cleaned up, graffiti removed and any other blighted areas that need attention.
Please report back any of these conditions to Area E-13 Community Service Office.
Sergeant Eric Krause
Boston Police Area E-13
3347 Washington St
Jamaica Plain, MA …Continue
We have had many reports of theft involving electronics such as laptops and cell phones within the last few months. The items have been stolen during residential/vehicle breaking and entering, street robberies and general theft.
Certain smart phones, such as the IPhone, have a locate feature that can aid the police when reported stolen. There have been several arrests around the city by using this feature. Contact your cell phone carrier for more…Continue
Tis the seaon to be Jolly but not if your home or car gets broken into. We have seen an increase of residential and vehicle breaking and entering. We are seeing a lot of electronics stolen, especially laptops from homes. Macs are very popular. We advise keeping your laptops and other valuables out of plain sight and secured while you are away from home. Many of the recent breaks have occured through unlocked side windows.
Call 911 to report suspicious…Continue
Thank You for Neighbors Night Out 2011
On behalf of our Commander, Captain Paul Russell and all of us at District E-13, we would like to express our most sincere thank you to everyone who joined us at our Neighbors Night Out in Egleston Square on Friday, July 29, 2011. The Egleston Square YMCA hosted the Annual experience. The event was organized by the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation (JPNDC), Teen Empowerment (TE), Egleston Square Main Street (ESMS), and…Continue