Catalytic Converter Thefts on the Rise

The skyrocketing price of Platinum Group Metals has spurred an increase in catalytic converter thefts nationally and locally, so the White Plains Police Department is encouraging vehicle owners to take the necessary precautions to help prevent such crimes. Three cases of catalytic converter thefts were reported last week, bringing the

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Summer Crime Prevention Tips

Theft is a crime of opportunity. During the summer months would-be thieves are on the look-out for items which can be easily taken in moments. Unlocked doors, open windows, and open garage doors all provide a temptation to steal valuables — bikes, packages, cell phones, purses — left in plain

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Phone Scams Still Wreaking Havoc

In the past few months we have seen an increase in scams targeting White Plains Residents at their homes. Because of the ongoing pandemic, people are staying home a lot more, especially the elderly. In most cases it is nearly impossible to track the subjects who are conducting these scams

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Protect Your Vehicle From Thefts

Don’t invite a thief into your vehicle. Help us protect your vehicle and your belongings by following these easy steps! Lock your vehicle and pocket the keys. Remember to lock the trunk, the hatchback or the tailgate, even in your own driveway. Do not leave spare / valet keys inside

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Domestic Violence – You are Not Alone

Do you think you may be the victim of Domestic Violence? You are not alone. Before you are sure you are a victim, call or come see us. White Plains Community Policing Division has specially trained members that will help you –call 422-6227 or stop by – White Plains Public

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Cyber Crime

Law enforcement agencies frequently provide outreach and training to expand public awareness and crime prevention to citizens throughout their communities. In an effort to support and advance police/community interaction addressing cyber crime and victimization, the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), and the

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