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Neighborhood Watch
Neighborhood Empowerment - Public Safety
The neighborhood of :
Ventura Canyon Leadwell Street Wyandotte Ave Allott Ave Cantlay Street Valerio Street
Bordered on the West by Woodman - Bordered on the South by Sherman Way - Bordered on the North by Valerio Street
Van Nuys California 91405.

Thursday, December 08, 2016
Neighborhood Watch Program city of Los Angeles
Los Angeles Neighborhood Watch Network

  Thursday, December 08, 2016

The neighborhood is watching out for criminal activities and MORE.
  Today we need our neighbors more so then we did a year ago.  
  Our neighbors can look out for us even is we are not at home.
They can help us when we are at home and a natural disaster strikes.  


Leave it in your car and loose it.
Mission Statement
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Police Stations   Neighborhood Emergency preparedness
Megan's Law - Office of Attorney General   Federal Trade Commission Identity Theft Site
Senior Lead Officer
Justin Bergmann
(818) 731-2556
  Council Member
Second Council district
6350 Laurel Canyon Blvd., #201
North Hollywood, Ca 91606
Van Nuys
Crime Stats

We need help from the Mayor's office and the city Council .
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has ignored our
neighbors requests for many years now and it is about time we have safer streets.
Our neighborhood has been ignored by the City of Los Angeles for far too long.
We need Speed Bumps because we have no side walks.
Because of all the short cut traffic in our neighborhood, we need a
Residence entrance only from Sherman Way onto Allott St.


The Next neighborhood watch meeting will be held.

This Site is Under Construction
Here it is May of 2011 and we are glad the the City Street Maintance has
Finally re-paved some of the bad streets in our neighborhood.
A better looking leadwell street
Our THANKS go out the the City of Los Angeles for getting the street Fixed.
See the picture below from 2008 to see the improvement!

It seems that every Wednesday, which is trash day here in our neighborhood
We have people going thru our trash at all hours of the day and night.
You can hear the clanking of glass bottles and aluminum can at all hours.
As you can see in the not so good picture below, that this individual has stolen a
shopping cart from one of the local markets.
When the City of Los Angeles started the recycling program, it was going to
reduce the cost of our Sanitation services with the revenue it would generate.
We have seen this same problem all around our area and we do not know what
should be done. The city is almost out of funds.
Our Trash is not Safe

The vacancy rate in our neighborhood is getting worse and it sure would be nice if
Our Local, City, State and Federal Government would send some help our way,
instead of bailing out the financial institutions that put us here in the last place.

Neighborhood watch spoken here.   - Got Neighbors -
We need to hear from you!
Join you Local Neighborhood Watch.
We need your help.
more from our archives   Got Pictures of
our Neighborhood Problems?
Email them to us along with a short
description and we will put them here.

(if available)
the issues of our community
Trash Service
  Abandoned cars
street service
  Speed bumps in our neighborhood will slow down the
cars and make our streets safer.
Abandoned vehicles
  Leadwell Street has not been re paved in over 20
years and is falling apart.
  The Car thief's are still dumping cars
on Allott and Wyandotte.
We need to step up the watch on this street.
  Cars racing in the LA wash
access road after midnight
on the East Side
of our Neighborhood
The neighbor is making
too much noise.
  Neighbor dog defecates (dumps) on your yard.
Special pick-up for big items
  Any Problems you have or see with the street gangs.
We need more LAPD
patrols in our neighborhood !

The month of December 2006 was not an easy one for
our neighborhood. We had on Officer Involved Shooting
which closed down Wyandotte Avenue as
a crime scene for 7 hours.

The month of February 2007 saw our first
landlord / tenant dispute that involved a firearm.
Could the watch have intervened to prevent this ???

The Month of April  on Friday the 13th.
saw our first barricaded suspect
holding a hostage on Cantlay Street. The LAPD
acted swiftly by closing Allott Ave.

On April 15, we were ordered by the LAPD to stay
in our homes as a car chase went thru our neighborhood
4 times.


A message from our Senior Lead Officer
Basic Car Area 9A5
Senior Lead Officer Justin Bergmann
Cellular (Field) Telephone 818-731-2556

Crime Trends/Statistics

GTA (Grand Theft Auto) is still our primary concern at this time
located in the northeastern part of the division. Most of the
incidents involving GTA, are taking place along Van Nuys Boulevard
between Arminta Street and Roscoe Boulevard. The majority of
these vehicles are being stolen during the late night hours while
most people are sleeping and unaware. Please be mindful of this
and properly secure your vehicle and avoid parking in isolated spots.

Finally, please continue to be mindful of not leaving valuables
in plain sight within your vehicle. This will help to reduce the
incidents of burglary theft from motor vehicle. Also, continue to
keep your residence secure when away from home.

I had two reported residential burglaries in the 8000 block of Woodman Avenue.
I have no suspect description to give, so continue to keep an
eye out and report any suspicious activity in your neighborhood.

Crime Prevention Tips

Let us watch out for one another as a community and be the "eyes and ears"
for your Police Department. Please report all suspicious activity
in your neighborhood. To combat auto theft crime, try to utilize
a theft deterrent device i.e.;
(steering wheel locks, alarms, etc.) to lower your chances of being victimized.

Neighborhood Watch News

If you are interested in becoming a Block Captain and starting a Neighborhood
Watch Program in your neighborhood,
please call the station at 818-731-2556 for further details.


Thursday, December 08, 2016

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