PCR Tips – Be aware and Recognize Suspicious Behavior
A word from one of our PCR officers: MSgt Steven Brackeen, Santa Fe Division
- A person parking their vehicle in an unusual place, like a public park or in front of a school, for an extended period of time.
- A person, whether in a vehicle or not, alone and taking pictures or video of people in a public or private place, especially if there are a lot of children in the area.
- A person in a vehicle who slows down and seems to be watching others in the area and continues to drive by the area repeatedly.
- A person who appears to be paranoid or making strange and sudden movements for no apparent reason. This person could be having some mental illness issues.
- A person in a parking lot who is moving from car to car, looking inside or trying to open the doors.
- A person in a neighborhood, moving from house to house, peeking inside or trying to open doors.
- A person running for no apparent reason or acting as if they are being chased.
This is in no way a complete list of suspicious behavior; this list is just a way to remind you that if you think something is wrong it probably is. Remember the Police don’t mind responding to a situation to make sure everything is fine. Help us keep you and your family safe by reporting suspicious behavior. Thank you!