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HPD To Discuss The “Science” Of Crime Prevention At Houston Museum of Natural Science

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File photo of a Houston Police officer. (credit: James Nielsen/AFP/Getty Images)

File photo of a Houston Police officer. (credit: James Nielsen/AFP/Getty Images)

Beginning at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 27, officers from the Houston Police Department’s South Central Patrol Division will offer crime prevention tips to patrons of the Houston Museum of Natural Science. 

The educational event will be held outside the museum, located at 5800 Caroline.

Officers will explain, in English and Spanish, what steps citizens can take to help from becoming crime victims.

The event is part of HPD’s annual “March on Crime” initiative.  Working together,Houstonpolice officers and theHoustoncommunity can “Help Keep Houston Safe.”

For more safety information, visit HPD’s web site at www.houstonpolice.org and click on the “Keep Houston Safe” logo. 

WHAT:            HPD to Discuss the “Science” of Crime Prevention

DATE:             TOMORROW (Tuesday, March 27)

TIME:              10 a.m.

WHERE:          Houston Museum of Natural Science, 5800 Caroline

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