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Communications / Non-Emergency Calls262-886-2300
Location730 Center StreetRacine, WI 53403
Racine Police Department
National statistics show that a large percentage of residential burglaries occur during daytime hours when many homes are unoccupied. To minimize your risk of becoming victimized please take a moment to view the following home security tips.
Statistics show that over 60 percent of residential burglaries occur during daytime hours when many homes are unoccupied.
No, the typical burglar is non-professional, including (but not limited to) school-aged teens engaging in “crimes of opportunity” while truant or otherwise disengaged from the school system
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