Chief Sutton: Stay vigilant and call 911

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Chief Sutton
A letter from the Lake Forest Park Chief of Police Steve Sutton:

Citizens of LFP,

It’s been over a week since the horrific attacks in Paris. All over the world and in the U.S. our freedoms are eroding because of the threat of terrorism. This terrorism comes in all forms and we need to remain vigilant – even in our great little city.

Over the past year, we have really been working hard educating you all about calling 911 when you see something out of the ordinary, something that just isn’t right, or something suspicious.

Because of your calls, we have interrupted burglars stealing from homes, arrested crooks in the act, and responded to make sure you and your neighbors are safe.

Now more than ever, we need your help. We need you to keep your eyes open, communicate with your neighbors, and call us if you observe suspicious behavior.

We want to stop something before it happens and our citizens are the key to that goal.

Thank you all for your support of the police department and our officers. We are by no means perfect, however we are your officers working hard to make Lake Forest Park one of the safest places in the Puget Sound Region. If you have neighbors and friends that you can share this message with, please do!


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