How to Protect Your Holiday Presents

EUGENE, Ore. — The average American will pays about $800 for gifts this holiday season, including high tech gadgets, video games, computers, tablets and phones. You buy them, but are you protecting your investments? Debbie Janecek with the Eugene Police Department joined us on KEZI 9 News Midday to give tips on how to protect … Continue reading »

EPD Shows Ways to Prevent Vehicle Theft

EUGENE, Ore. — They’re back. Thousands of students are returning to campus. It’s this time of year when police often notice an increase in car thefts and burglaries. But there’s something easy and affordable you can do to protect yourself and your belongings. Eugene Police Sgt. Lisa Barrong joined us on KEZI 9 News Midday … Continue reading »

EPD Wraps Up Crime Prevention Meetings

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Police Department wrapped up its series of crime prevention meetings. This was the last of several planned meetings held throughout the last few months. Through presentations, officers give tips on how to become a harder target. After evaluating results from previous meetings, police say they pay off. “We’ve had several … Continue reading »

EPD Spreads Crime Prevention Awareness

EUGENE, Ore. — Property crime is the highest crime category in Eugene, and EPD says criminals like to strike when students head home for winter break. The Eugene police chief and a number of officers are going door to door talking with students even business owners about protecting themselves from property crime. EPD says the … Continue reading »

EPD Fights Winter Break Burglaries

EUGENE, Ore. — The time of year best known for holiday cheer is also a prime time for grinches to strike. Eugene police say property crime spikes during the weeks of winter break when many University of Oregon students head home. So officers are meeting with those students to let them know what to do … Continue reading »

EPD Hosts Crime Prevention Forum

EUGENE, Ore– Eugene Police Department held another crime prevention forum on Thursday night, another in a series of meetings they will be holding in November. About 20 people showed up to the meeting, held at the Friendly Street Church of God in south Eugene. The presentation included tips on how to prevent certain crimes, such … Continue reading »