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CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS

A list of crime prevention programs that the Hobbs Police Department offers.
If you have any questions, or would like more information on any of the programs listed, please contact the Hobbs Police Department at (575) 397-9381.


Introduction and Approaches to Crime Prevention
The History and Tradition of Crime Prevention
Crime Prevention and Community Policing
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
Door Systems and Locks
Security Alarm Systems
Electronic Access Control Systems
Lighting and Lighting Systems
Security Surveys
Public Transportation Safety
Personal Safety Recommendations
Annoyance, Malicious and Harassing Telephone Calls
Crime Prevention Recommendations for Senior Citizens, Children, Adolescents
Crime Prevention Recommendations for Persons with Physical Disabilities
The Prevention of Stalking
Domestic Violence
Home Security Guidelines

Neighborhood Watch Operation Identification
Crime Stoppers
Bicycle Security
Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention
The Prevention of Carjacking
ATM Safety and Security Recommendations
Car Phone Safety and Security
Vacation Crime Prevention Tips
Travel Crime Prevention Tips
Tips for a Happy and Safe Holiday
Safety Tips for Joggers
Prevention of Fraud
Business Crime Prevention
Armed Robbery Prevention and Procedures
Shoplifting
Credit Card Security Precautions

Internal Theft Prevention
Preventing Workplace Violence
Computer Security
Convenience Store Security
Lodging Safety and Security
Gang Information for Parents
Cell Phone Safety Tips
Crime Prevention for Restaurants
Identity Theft and Fraud
Telemarketing Fraud
Preventing Gun Violence
Road Rage
School Safety and Security
What To Do If You Are Stopped By A Police Officer
Citizens On Patrol
Hate Crimes
Ecstasy and Club Drugs
Volunteers In Policing
Safe Shopping Crime Prevention Tips

VIOLENT CRIMES HOTLINE

(575) 393-0001

CALLERS REMAIN ANONYMOUS
Call this number to prevent, report or help solve any violent crimes within the Hobbs area.

STOP VIOLENCE IN YOUR COMMUNITY BEFORE IT HAPPENS

MISSING CHILDREN

You can download and print out the Missing-Child, Emergency-Response, Quick-Reference Guides for Families, from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

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