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Astoria Police Sergeant Brad Johnston to Provide Crime Prevention Tips at ADHDA Meeting

Mon, Aug 30, 2010

The Astoria Downtown Historic District Association will host Astoria Police Sergeant Brad Johnston at its next meeting this Friday, September 3. Sergeant Johnston will discuss some of the ways downtown business and property owners can avoid becoming victims of property crime. Johnston will also discuss merchants’ rights in terms of confronting suspected shoplifters.

Johnston notes that police department staff is available to perform onsite assessments of a business location and suggest additional measures that can be taken to help prevent property crimes.
The public is welcome to attend this and every meeting of ADHDA. The group meets the first Friday of each month, at 8:30 a.m. at Baked Alaska Restaurant in Astoria.

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