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Promoting community safety is always our number one goal, and nobody does it better than the Geneva Police and Fire departments. While fighting crime and putting out fires is important, community education is another key component to making sure our residents have a "safety-first" mentality.
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Posted on May 22, 2023 at 3:10 PM by Kevin Stahr
The Geneva Police Department has received a number of speeding complaints, especially within residential areas of our community. I wanted to provide a few quick reminders to keep our streets safe:
Excessive speed and distracted driving are two of the leading causes of traffic crashes. Please join us by engaging in safe driving habits to assure summer is as safe as it can be for our residents and visitors.
Geneva is a very safe community. However, the arrival of warmer weather brings about an increase in crimes of opportunity, specifically burglary to motor vehicle incidents and thefts of bicycles. A few suggestions to partner with us to possibly prevent these crimes include:
These simple steps can go a long way in preventing you from becoming the victim of a crime.
Tag(s): Speeding, Police Chief Eric Passarelli, Geneva Police, Driving Safety, Car Safety, Bike Safety; Safety First Blog