Health & Safety

May 17, 2013

STREET BEAT

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents May 3 through May 9:

Tickets

Security forces issued citations for 11 moving and two nonmoving violations.

Emergency responses

May 3: Security forces assisted the Luke fire station evacuate individuals out of a house with an active fire alarm. The house was secured and later cleared for the residents to re-enter.

Nonemergency responses

May 3: Security forces responded to a report of damage to private property at the base gym. The incident is under investigation.

May 3: Security forces responded to a report of damage to private property adjacent to Bldg. 938. The incident is under investigation.

May 4: Security forces responded to a loud noise complaint in base housing. The subject was briefed on base quiet hours.

May 4: Security forces responded to a report of unattended animals in a vehicle adjacent to Bldg. 1552. The subject was briefed on animal safety and ticketed for leaving their animals inside a vehicle unattended.

Alarm activations

Security Forces responded to four alarm activations on base.

Tip of the week

Arizona heat is picking up already and it won’t cool down for months to come. Hydration can help prevent individuals from becoming victim to a heat related illness. With the sun beating down on vehicles, they become greenhouses. Do not leave kids and/or animals unattended, security forces will respond, and if need be will take any precaution to save a life. Save a window, bring the kids.

 




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