Archive for the ‘Police Department’ Category

Phoenix Murray-October 2019

October 1st, 2019

 

Congratulations to Gurganus Elementary’s Phoenix Morris , recipient of the Do the Right Thing Award from the Havelock Police Department. While at school, Phoenix found a wallet on her bus containing money, which belonged to another student. Phoenix turned the wallet into school staff so it could be returned to the owner.

Thank you, Phoenix, for Doing the Right Thing!

Zachary Murray-October 2019

October 1st, 2019

Congratulations to Havelock Elementary’s Zachary Murray , recipient of the Do the Right Thing Award from the Havelock Police Department. During activity time, Zachary observed another student playing alone and having a difficult time. Zachary took the time to help the student and interacted with the student for several minutes while other students ignored the student. ZachARY displayed great compassion and concern for his fellow classmates.

 

Thank you, Zachary, for Doing the Right Thing!

Summer Safety

July 2nd, 2019

Summer time is upon us, kids are out of school and our lives are busier than ever.  From time to time, we tend to forget and overlook things because we are so busy.  The Havelock Police Department would like to remind everyone of some general tips to help you stay safe and protect your property.

• Lock and secure all windows and doors in your home/business and vehicle (s).  Do not leave valuables in your car, take them inside (firearms, electronics, gifts, purse/wallet, phones, laptops etc.).

• Ladies, when shopping in a store and pushing a shopping cart, do not walk away from the cart and leave your purse/wallet unattended.  Be mindful of your personal belongings and zip the purse closed at all times

• When purchasing any electronics or firearms, please record make/model/serial number in a safe place or take pictures of the serial number and store them in a safe place. This is for peace of mind and any insurance related purposes (theft, fire, weather damage).

• If it sounds too good to be true, it is… Be cautious of any correspondence (text, email, letter, even a phone call) that states you have won a lottery or any monetary/item prize and that requires you to send in money prior to receiving your prize.  100% of these are fraud. If you have any concerns about this type of correspondence, contact a family member for advice, research it on the internet or contact your local law enforcement agency.

• If you live within the city limits of Havelock and you plan on leaving town for vacation, please contact us about filling out a residential check form.  This form informs the Police Department you are leaving and an officer will stop by your residence and check that all doors and windows are secure while you are gone.

Please, contact Havelock Police Department at 252-447-3212 for more details

If you have any information about any type of crime please contact your local law enforcement agency or the Craven County Crime Stoppers tip line at 252-633-5141.

2019 First Quarter

May 17th, 2019

 

The quarterly awards ceremony for Havelock Police’s Do The Right Thing program was held on Thursday night. Read the rest of this entry »

Gary Greene – April 2019

April 12th, 2019

 

Congratulations to Graham A Barden Elementary School’s Gary Greene, recipient of the Do the Right Thing Award from the Havelock Police Department. Gary’s grandmother was having a medical emergency. Due to his mother not being able to call for assistance, Gary picked up the phone and dialed 911. As a result of his swift action, his grandmother received the medical attention that she needed.

Thank you, Gary, for doing the right thing!

Lauren Hill – March 2019

March 8th, 2019

 

Congratulations to Havelock High School’s Lauren Hill, recipient of the Do the Right Thing Award from the Havelock Police Department. Lauren is always willing to help her fellow students and displays a positive attitude. One day during class change, a physical altercation between two students broke out in the hallway. While a large group of students stood and watched, Lauren was the only student to step forward and separate the parties involved.

Thank you, Lauren, for doing the right thing!

Shayla Guyer – February 2019

February 7th, 2019

 

Congratulations to Graham A. Barden Elementary’s Shayla Guyer, recipient of the Do the Right Thing Award from the Havelock Police Department. Shayla is an amazing helper in class. While working in small groups, Shayla explains to other students how to do a task and then ensures they understand what is being taught. Shayla demonstrates a great deal of concern towards fellow students and sets an example for others to follow.

Thank you, Shayla, for doing the right thing!

Monterio Ford – January 2019

February 1st, 2019

 

Congratulations to Graham A. Barden Elementary’s Monterio Ford, recipient of the Do the Right Thing Award from the Havelock Police Department. Monterio is extremely helpful in class. Without having to be told, monterio places the chairs on the tables and picks up all classroom supplies at the end of class. Monterio has proven to be a valuable asset to the teacher and sets the example for others to follow.

Thank you, Monterio, for Doing the Right Thing!

Jordyn Sowinski – January 2019

February 1st, 2019

 

Congratulations to W.J. Gurganus Elementary’s Jordyn Sowinski, recipient of the Do the Right Thing Award from the Havelock Police Department.

JORDYN IS A VERY HONEST AND TRUSTWORTHY INDIVIDUAL. HIS TEACHERS ARE EXTREMELY IMPRESSED. JORDYN FOUND A DOLLAR BILL ON THE CAFETERIA FLOOR AND DECIDED TO TURN IT INTO HIS TEACHER INSTEAD OF KEEPING IT.

Thank you Jordyn, for Doing the Right Thing!

Beven Neal – January 2019

February 1st, 2019

 

Congratulations to Arthur Edwards Elementary’s Beven Neal, recipient of the Do the Right Thing Award from the Havelock Police Department. During the Polar Express parade Beven’s costume had been misplaced and was accidentally worn by another student. Rather than being upset, Beven showed amazing compassion for the student by allowing the student to use her costume because they needed it more than she did.

Thank you Beven, for Doing the Right Thing!

 

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