In the past several days the Grand Island Police Department has been involved in investigating many frauds in the Grand Island area. Just because your are involved in a fraud case, it doesn't mean that you have done something wrong. Sometimes it involves a credit card and your credit card may not have even left your hand. It still can happen.
Just a friendly reminder to keep your credit cards and debit cards in a safe place. If you give you PIN# to anyone else, then you lose control over who else has your PIN#. It goes back to the saying that two people can keep a secret as long as one of them is dead. You can put a fraud alert on your accounts and you only need to contact one of the three credit bureaus to do this. Check out the Facebook pages of Grand Island Police Department of Hall County Crime Stoppers for additional information or click here.
Blue Line News
The Police Department will be distributing newsletters periodically in our efforts to keep the community better informed about crime, crime prevention efforts and activities and events in the Police Department.
The quality of life and safety of our city is important to all of us. The Police Department needs your support to keep Grand Island a great place to live. Blue Line News is one more way we are working to forge strong Police/ Community cooperation. I hope you will take a few minutes to read the newsletter.
- Personal Property Inventory
- Identity Theft
- Crime Prevention Tips
- Prevention of ID Theft
- Crime Alert
- Home Security Inspection Check List
- Target Harden Your Homes
- America's Worst Charities
- Changes in Every Day Life
- Report a Crime
- Protect Your Vehicle (Español)
- Halloween Safety
- Fraud Alert
Officer Butch Hurst Officer Wendy Piercy
ext. 2297 ext. 2272