7 Criminal Damages, 3 Burglaries and More: Ward 7 Police Calls in August

With the help of the Oak Forest Crime Prevention Committee, Patch shares the city's calls for service for the month of August, broken down by ward.

Each week, Patch features items from reports on file at the . Although not all accounts are reported in the Patch police blotter, the Oak Forest Crime Prevention Committee compiles the number of calls of service monthly, by type and location.

This week, Patch gives you the rundown of what was called in and where during the month of August. See how your ward measures up. Patch will feature one ward per day over the next week. See how Ward 7 compairs to , , , ,  and . Unsure of which ward you live in? Visit Patch's Oak Forest 101—a quick summary of the most important facts about .

*Note, these statistics are gathered from the Oak Forest Police Department's Daily Call for Service Log reports.

*These indicate calls for service, not criminal crime statistics.

Ward 7, Ald. Mark Keating

Burglary Criminal Damage Theft Total Ward 7 3 7 2 12

*There were no instances of arson, assault, battery, home invasion, homicide, robbery, sex offense,  stolen vehicles or theft.

NANCY GRACE September 16, 2012 at 11:09 AM
Check the apts for suspects
David B September 16, 2012 at 02:51 PM
What streets were the burglaries on?
Lauren Traut September 16, 2012 at 03:44 PM
The reports we use for this feature don't include that information, David. For specifics on crime in the area, I encourage you to keep a close eye on our police blotters, which run every Tuesday. Those have specific information, addresses etc. The instances listed in police blotter are also included in the overall police call counts.


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