Health & Safety

October 4, 2013

Street Beat – October 4, 2013

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents Sept. 20 through 26:

Tickets

Security forces issued citations for eight moving and four nonmoving violations.

Traffic-related incidents

Sept. 20: Security forces responded to a request for mutual aid from Glendale police due to several reports of possible road rage. Security forces arrived on scene at Litchfield Road south of Glendale Avenue where there were three vehicles with no signs of assault in progress. Glendale police arrived and took control.

Sept. 25: Security forces responded to a report of a minor vehicle accident involving two privately owned vehicles located in the parking lot of Bldg. 1150. There were no injuries.

Emergency responses

Sept. 23: Security forces responded to a report of a gate runner at South Gate. Patrols arrived on scene and made contact with the individual. The individual was unaware the entry point was to a military installation and was not familiar with procedures. Security forces made notifications and escorted the individual off the installation.

Sept. 25: Security forces responded to a 911 call from the intersection of Litchfield Road and Lightning Road. Medical services also responded and security forces performed traffic control duties until Glendale police arrived on scene and took control.

Non-emergency responses

Sept. 20: Security forces responded to a reported natural gas leak adjacent to the intersection of Kachina and Thunderbird.

Sept. 20: Security forces responded to a reported shoplifting at the base exchange. Contact was made and Glendale police arrived and took control.

Sept. 21: Security forces responded to a noise complaint in Hohokam Court and Saguaro Housing.

Sept. 22: Security forces responded to a report of communicating a threat, physical assault, drunk and disorderly, failure to obey and damage to government property in the parking lot of Bldg. 637. Medical arrived on scene and transported one individual to West Valley Hospital for possible alcohol poisoning.

Sept. 24: Security forces responded to an alarm activation located at Shooting Star Street. Contact was made and the individual who stated the wrong code was inputted.

Sept. 25: Security forces responded to a wants and warrants hit for failure to appear at South Gate. Department of Public Safety responded and took control.

Sept. 26: Security forces responded to a wants and warrants hit at the South Gate Visitor Center for extreme DUI and failure to appear. Glendale police responded and took control.

Alarm activations

Security forces responded to seven alarm activations on base.

Tip of the week

Do not lock pets or children in vehicles even if the vehicle is left running. The engine can shut off and the interior becomes oven like causing harm or death. With an outside temperature of 90 degrees, the interior of a vehicle can reach 109 in just 10 minutes.

 




All of this week's top headlines to your email every Friday.


 
 

 
5-Heart

Your heart in good hands

An electrocardiogram machine monitors a heartbeat Sept. 9 at Luke Air Force Base. The 56th Medical Operations Squadron Cardiopulmonary Clinic offers diagnostic testing and management of cardio or pulmonary diseases. As one walk...
 
 

Street Beat

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents Sept. 8 through 14: Tickets Security forces issues citations for 14 moving violations and two nonmoving violations. Traffic-related incidents Sept. 8: Security forces responded to a report of a two-vehicle accident near Bldg. 1550. Driver one struck driver two when trying to make a U-turn to...
 
 

September: Suicide Prevention Month — Be a life saver

Suicide prevention is everyone’s business and anyone can help save a life. One of the first steps in preventing suicide is to talk about it. The word ‘suicide’ evokes different emotions in people such as anger, sadness, confusion and anxiety. As a result, people are often hesitant or unable to talk about it and can...
 

 
140910-F-NQ441-011C

Women’s support group to end domestic violence

Courtesy photo It can start unexpectedly maybe with a few harsh words that escalate into throwing an object or being physically hurt or hurting someone in the heat of the moment. To prevent and treat domestic violence for women...
 
 
Senior Airman 
GRACE LEE

PTs human body ‘maintainers’

Senior AirmanGRACE LEE Staff Sgt. Kellie Kasischke, 56th Medical Operations Squadron physical therapy NCO in charge, teaches Courtney Barns, 11, daughter of Maj. David Barns, 56th Fighter Wing chaplain, how to properly use crut...
 
 

‘Hey, are you OK?’

September is Suicide Prevention Month in the Air Force, and focuses on encouraging Airmen to get to know their wingmen and to have the courage to ask someone, “Hey are you OK?” Sometimes, all it takes to avoid the tragedy of someone committing suicide is to ask the person, “Are you all right.” To someone...
 




0 Comments


Be the first to comment!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>


Directory powered by Business Directory Plugin