In this episode of “What’s Up, College Station?” Marketing Coordinator Grace Hallowell and CSPD Public Information Officer David Simmons talk about the annual Easter egg hunt set for April 1 at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. The Police Department has hosted the event with the library since 1999. Continue reading What’s Up? Video: CSPD discusses the upcoming Easter egg hunt on April 1 at the Bush Library
The holidays are a season of joy and love for many, but it’s also a time for criminals to take advantage of unwary citizens. Keep your family and property safe by taking common-sense precautions and reporting suspicious activities to the police. Continue reading CSPD’s sensible tips can help you stay safe and avoid being a crime victim this holiday season
In this episode of “Stuff You Don’t Usually See,” CSPD Public Information Officer David Simmons and Marketing Coordinator Grace Hallowell discuss the Police Department’s upcoming Breakfast with Blue Santa event. Continue reading Video: David Simmons discusses CSPD’s annual Breakfast with Blue Santa
The holidays are a season of joy and love for many of us, but it’s also a time for criminals to take advantage of unwary citizens. Keep your family and property safe by taking common-sense precautions and reporting suspicious activities to the police. Continue reading Take these common-sense precautions to protect your property and ensure safe holiday travels
Stealing traffic and street signs with catchy names to decorate a dorm room is just a harmless prank, right? Wrong. Stealing signs is a serious crime that endangers others — and it’s happening at an alarming rate in College Station. Continue reading Traffic sign thieves endanger lives, risk serious jail time
Don’t use hand-held communication devices for texting or making calls while driving in College Station. It’s against the law and could result in fines up to $500. Continue reading Reminder: CS prohibits cell phone use while driving
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