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Meet Your East Toledo Community Services Officer
Hello East Toledo! My name is Tracey Britt, and I am your Community Services Officer
A little about me.... I joined TPD in October 1994 and worked Field Operations for 20 years (15 of those years on the Midnight Shift in a patrol wagon in the North End and East Side). In 2014, I decided to work on the Day Shift, and what I saw in my district was depressing. I saw blight, graffiti, litter, abandoned houses, crumbling buildings (all the things that aren't readily visible in the dark on midnights). I had worked on the street for 20 years, and the streets looked WORSE than when I started. I wanted to do something to change that, so I bid into the Community Services Section and became a CSO.
What is a Community Services Officer?
I see it as a cross between law enforcement and community relations. At present, there are 10 Community Services Officers, and each one is assigned to a different part of the City. I am assigned specifically to East Toledo. I am here to help people connect to other city departments, services, or organizations to solve problems so that our communities are stronger, safer, and more resilient.
So What Can I Do To Help You?
Do you want to start a neighborhood organization and meet to discuss issues? Do you want to conduct a Safety Audit of your block? Do you want to hold a monthly Neighborhood Clean-Up? Do you have a problem property on your block that needs more attention? What does your neighborhood need to make it better? Call me at (419) 936-3682 , or e-mail email@example.com and let's work together to make your neighborhood cleaner, safer, and more valuable.
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Stay informed and stay safe!
Signed, Your Friendly Neighborhood CSO, Officer Britt
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