In the wake of the that have in recent months, a community group is staging a public forum next week to address the issue.
The of the Plainview-Old Bethpage Community Inc., and the Neighbor-to-Neighbor Watch Program have scheduled their for Tuesday, Dec. 20.
The will be joined by representatives of the Department, and others who will offer insights and tips on home and community safety, energy efficiencies and address the recent in the community.
The presentation will begin at 7 p.m. sharp in the Lower Level Meeting Room of the , 999 Old Country Road.
"The Concerned Citizens looks forward to the community availing themselves of this vital information and working together to keep our community safe," said the group's president, Carol Meschkow.
A question and answer period and refreshments will follow the program. was attended by about 50 people and offered a into crimes around the community.
For more information, contact the Concerned Citizens of the Plainview-Old Bethpage Community via their website at: www.concernedcitizenspob.org. All are welcome to this free event.