The boundaries of beat 2 are south of T.L. Pink Blvd. (Clay Street) to the Union Pacific railroad tracks and west of Collins Road to the city limits.
Officer Vladimir Golovine
During the month of November, I spent about five and a half hours doing community related activities and I was able to talk to about thirty-three residents, who I knew from the past. During the month of November, I met three new residents of Beat 2. I spoke with Paul Jones, who resides in the apartment complex addressed as 1001 Pultar. We spoke about crime in the parking lot of the apartment complex and how to report it to the Police Department. I also spoke with Valentin Anzaldua and Mirna Reyes, who reside next door to each other. We spoke about street lights and traffic on their street.
During the month of November, I discovered three vehicles that are in violation of the City or Richmond Junk Vehicle Ordinance. I issued written notices of violation of the City of Richmond Junk Vehicle Ordinance to 2003 George, 1800 Preston #22 and #27. Under the same ordinance a tan Nissan was removed from 2007 George, a red Dodge pickup from 2000 George, and a green Chevrolet SUV from 1800 Preston #7.
Preparations for the Santa Behind the Badge Christmas event continued during the month of November. This event has been sponsored by the Richmond Police Department since 1994, and provides presents and a Christmas party for children of families that are in economic distress. This year the event will take place on Thursday, December 19th at 6:30 PM, in the Family Life Center of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Richmond. This event is supported by monetary donations from local businesses and the Richmond Police Department Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association. This event is also made possible by the involvement of the Calvary Episcopal School of Richmond.
During the month of November I met with the two registered sex offenders that this Beat has. They completed the registration form as required.