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Posted on: July 24, 2022

[ARCHIVED] It's National #9PM Routine Week: July 24 -30

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This year's National 9PM Routine Week is July 24 - 30. The "9 P.M. Routine" campaign is a crime prevention strategy that encourages residents to conduct security checks in their homes and vehicles each evening to ensure their property is safe and secure.  Practice this safety routine to keep your home and vehicle safe every night.

Practice the 9 PM Routine

Set a reminder on your smartphone or laptop at 9 PM each evening, to ensure the following tasks have been completed:

  • Vehicles, residences, garages, windows, gates sheds have been locked
  • Exterior lights, security cameras, home and vehicle alarm systems have been activated
  • Valuables from vehicles (including keys), yards, patios have been placed inside locked storage.

The Lombard Police Department hopes you will join us to keep your property safe! 

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