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http://www.elkcreekcrossing.com Elk Creek Crossing, a northwest Omaha neighborhood joined forces with a community east of us called Walnut Ridge neighborhood aimed at keeping our little area of the world safe. Resident volunteers, 2-per vehicle, patrol the area, mostly at night, alerting homeowners if their garage door is open, report to the city if lights are out and remove illegal signage afixed on poles. The volunteers each received a criminal background check, underwent training and certification by the Omaha Police Department. The Walnut Ridge/ECC Citizen Patrol is a non profit organization affiliated with the Omaha Coalition of Citizen Patrols. Produced as a public service by ECC resident Susan Stern. Copyright May 2016. All Rights Reserved. Music courtesy of Scott Holmes, "Happy Go...
Accela expedites Omaha's permitting and inspection process and manages staffing
Today we went to a dillion brothers meet. I was posted on the Mean Streets Omaha account on twitter. and took a ride with Omaha Grom Squad Want to help Gromie Bear? (All donations go to this channel for better content) https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=gromiebear%40hotmail%2ecom&lc=US&item_name=Gromie%20Bear&no_note=0¤cy_code=USD&bn=PP%2dDonationsBF%3abtn_donateCC_LG%2egif%3aNonHostedGuest Intro: Dillion Francis and DJ Snake - Get low Outro: Jay Z - Dirt off your shoulders Brilz & Z Trip Remix included song: Jeff Kaale (X I X X) - Secret Sauce Feat. Cookin Soul Business Enquiries Email: email@example.com
https://www.elkcreekcrossing.com Watch the 2017 Elk Creek Crossing Board meeting for residents held on February 9 at Standing Bear Elementary in Omaha, Nebraska. Slightly edited for clarity. Hear from our volunteers: ECC Board President Sam Wright, Vice President Brenda Jennings, Communications Consultant Susan Stern, Omaha Police Department NW Precinct Captain Marcia West and Walnut Ridge/ECC Citizen Patrol Captain Jerry Schulte. Copyright. Elk Creek Crossing HOA. February 2017. All Rights Reserved.
We had a lot of fun! OPD had the Narcotics Unit speak, Project Extra Mile Officers spoke on alcohol and safe driving, and the K9 Unit came. Day three were lessons on handling bullying, Impact One, and Gang Prevention by the Omaha Gang Specialist. The young men ended the program by showing the staff a few dance moves! More fun to come!!!!
The prosecutor says 76-year-old Barbara White stole more than 300-thousand-dollars from another friend who is also a senior citizen.
Tactix94@yahoo.com for any questions about the video Video recorded by Michael S Lynch II. The two males were seeing why the vehicles were being towed. The male in the blue truck pulled up late after getting out he asked officers why the cars were being towed, cops asked him things which i wasnt able to hear he moved towards the front left fender then towards the front bumper when he started walking back towards his drivers door it seemed to appear thats what he was either directed to do or was doing out of free will. Instantly the officer from behind him pursued a takedown forcing extreme force just to cuff him. The office put his knee in his back and neck taking multiple punches also the brother was recording and the officer seen him as to close to the other officers while doing so they ...
From Gang leader doing evil to a GREAT Omaha Citizen Meet James Parsons an extraordinary Omaha citizen who changed his life and so many others. He stopped the spread of South Omaha Gangs (he was once a leader), feeds the homeless and hungry and makes you wish everyone was like him- including you.tion
Mutual of Omaha and Summit America Insurance Services Citizen of Character, Paul Barnds KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced its annual Champions of Character award winners on Wednesday, Oct. 29, at the association’s annual Champions of Character Foundation Luncheon and Awards Event. The presentation of awards took place at the Kansas City Convention Center Grand Ballroom for the second-straight year. The awards recognize individuals and businesses that embody the NAIA’s five core values of Integrity, Respect, Responsibility, Sportsmanship and Servant Leadership. The award winners were selected based on the way they demonstrate these values throughout their daily lives. Read the article: http://www.naia.org/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM...
Volunteers are needed for the Handicap Parking Enforcement Patrol (HCPP)! The HCCP is a group of trained citizens certified to enforce City ordinance and State statues pertaining to enforcement laws! The purpose of HCCP is to prevent unauthorized use of handicap parking stalls by promoting community awareness! Tune in today to learn about the volunteer qualifications and how you can get involved. If you're interested in helping, call (402) 444-3598.
00:00 - Call Dispatch / Units Arriving 01:43 - Step Up Backup 01:53 - Air Clear Requested 02:04 - Suspect Resisting Arrest 02:16 - Call Upgraded to Help an Officer 04:09 - Slow Down Other Cars Omaha Police Department Help An Officer on 02/09/2014. Audio was retrieved from our online feed at http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/13372 as well as a private radio recording transmissions and audio has been edited to reduce dead air and unrelated transmissions.