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LATHROP POLICE SERVICES COMMUNITY RESOURCE OFFICERS

Deputy Dominguez

LATHROP POLICE SERVICES
COMMUNITY RESOURCE OFFICER

Jefferson Dominguez
(209) 858-5551 Ext. 6417
jdominguez@sjgov.org

Deputy Andrade

LATHROP POLICE SERVICES
COMMUNITY RESOURCE OFFICER

Deputy Andrade
(209) 858-5551 Ext. 6417
mandrade@sjgov.org

Deputy Matsuoka

LATHROP POLICE SERVICES
COMMUNITY RESOURCE OFFICER

Deputy Chris Matsuoka
(209) 858-5551 Ext. 6417
cmatsuoka@sjgov.org

The Community Resource Officer is dedicated to developing and deploying resources unique to Law Enforcement to better serve the people who live, visit or work in the city of Lathrop. If you would like any information on any of the following topics, please give me a call or send me an e-mail.

Child Identification Kits
The Child Safety ID program is offered to the public at least once a year, traditionally during the city “Birthday Party” celebrated on July 1. The Program kit consists of three basic elements: a ten-print fingerprint card, a digital photograph and an informational folder.

Neighborhood Watch Groups
Neighbor Watch is a crime prevention program which enlists the active participation of citizens in cooperation with the police. It involves neighbors getting to know each other and working together in a program of mutual assistance. Citizens being trained to recognize and report suspicious activates in their neighborhoods.

Junior Police Academy
The Lathrop Junior Police Academy is a two-week, forty-hour long course of study offered each summer to Lathrop residents enrolled in fifth, sixth, seventh or eighth grades. The Academy functions as a crime prevention and educational arm of Lathrop Police Services

Lathrop's Citizen's Police Academy
The goal of the Lathrop Police Services Citizens Academy is to promote a better relationship between the police department and our community it serves. The Citizen's Academy is being offered two hours a week on consecutive Wednesdays over a nine-week period to citizens 18 years of age or older. To help better-inform citizens by fostering a clearer understanding of a police officer's duties and how the officer carries out those duties.

National Night Out
The first Tuesday in August is National Night Out. Lathrop Police coordinates block parties hosted by Neighborhood Watch groups or interested individual citizens citywide. The CRO recruits and motivates party hosts and keeps track of scheduled events while arranging for participation of city officers, public safety personnel and other interested parties. The CRO serves as a clearinghouse of information for the people who host the parties and the people who visit them

Women's Awarness

The Womens Awarness class is designed to help women in our community better protect themselves against danger and to be aware of there surroundings. It is offered two hours a week on consecutive Wednesday evenings for 4 weeks. Students will receive information on the following topics:

*Personal protection

*Domestic Violence Issues

*FATS simulator demonstration

*Identity Theft

 

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