Tuesday, April 14, 2015

RIOC Public Safety Officer Laszcyzch Teaches Roosevelt Island Brownie Troop 3001 About Emergency 911 Call System Last Night - RIOC PSD Chief McManus Talks About Community Policing To RIRA Public Safety Committee

Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC) Public Safety Officer Jeff Laszczych met with Roosevelt Island Brownie Troop 3001 last night to teach about calling the emergency 911 system.

Image Of Officer Laszczych With Brownie Troop 3001 From Aiesha Eleusizov

Roosevelt Island Brownie Troop 3001 Leader Aiesha Eleusizov reports:
Last night public safety officer Jeff Laszczych visited our troop of second and third grade girls to talk about emergencies and when you should (and should not) call 911. The girls learned about the importance of calling 911 in emergencies and how to make the call. Special thank you to Jeff for his time with our Roosevelt Island Girl Scouts!
Officer Laszczych's visit with the local Brownie Troop is an example of community policing efforts being made by the Roosevelt Island Public Safety Department (PSD). During the March 31 meeting of the Roosevelt Island Residents Association (RIRA) Public Safety Committee, PSD Chief Jack McManus and Deputy Chief Lynda Marmara described their philosophy of community policing in response to a question from resident Ron Davidson.