Burglaries, Vandalism, and Theft on the Rise: Williston Police Issue Critical Safety Advisory
In recent weeks, the Williston Police Department has witnessed a significant uptick in incidents related to burglaries, vandalism, and theft. The safety of our community is extremely important, and the Williston Police Department urgently requests the cooperation of all residents in taking proactive measures to mitigate these issues.
To fortify the first line of defense against criminal activities, officials are asking everyone to diligently secure their vehicles, garages, homes, and other property. Safeguarding valuable items, particularly firearms, is of utmost importance. Exercise caution when storing possessions in detached garages or vehicles to minimize the risk of theft.
If you witness any suspicious activities or believe you have fallen victim to burglary, vandalism, or theft—whether attempted or completed—promptly contact the Williston Police Department to file a police report. Your valuable information is crucial for investigators in resolving these cases effectively. You can call 701-577-1212, selecting option 2 for filing a police report.
Residents with surveillance cameras are encouraged to review recent footage and report any suspicious activities to investigators. Join the Safe Williston Program by voluntarily registering the locations of your video surveillance systems. This innovative program serves as both a crime prevention and investigative tool, facilitating law enforcement in identifying camera locations and seeking community assistance in obtaining valuable video evidence.
To register your cameras through the Safe Williston Program, follow this link.
For any information related to any recent incidents, please contact the Williston Police Department at 701-577-1212, selecting option 1 to speak directly with investigators. Your collaboration is vital in ensuring the safety and security of our community.
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