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It’s the end of November. That means we’re entering the biggest shopping season …

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It’s the end of November. That means we’re entering the biggest shopping season of the year. Unfortunately, it is also prime season for package thieves.

Here are a few tips to keep your packages safe:
✅ Don’t let packages sit on your porch. Sign up for delivery alerts so you know when your delivery is scheduled and has been delivered.
✅ If you’re not able to be home when a package will be delivered, ask a trusted neighbor to hold it for you.
✅ Consider investing in a porch camera system. Not only do they deter potential porch pirates, but they also serve as an excellence crime prevention tool year-round.
✅ If possible, require a signature for deliveries.
✅ When purchasing gifts, consider using the ship to store option. That way, packages don’t sit on your porch.
✅ Be a good neighbor! If you see a package on your neighbor’s doorstep, reach out and ask if they would like you to hold it until they are home.

If you’re missing a package or think it has been stolen, ask your neighbors to see if they either received the package or saw anything suspicious. Once you’ve confirmed it was delivered and is missing, contact Windsor’s non-emergency police line at 970-674-6400.

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Words of wisdom from a middle schooler to Windsor. Kindness… pass it on! Watch…

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Words of wisdom from a middle schooler to Windsor. Kindness… pass it on! Watch this video from Weld RE-4 School District media production student M. Howell about being nice to others.

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‘Tis the season to make a child’s Christmas special. Consider donating gifts tha…

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‘Tis the season to make a child’s Christmas special. Consider donating gifts that are new, unwrapped, and in original packaging to the #SantaCops program. Gifts will be distributed to children with families facing challenging financial circumstances. Families are referred by law enforcement agencies, Weld County schools, Weld County Probation and the Weld County Department of Human Services.

To help, drop off packages at the following locations:
✅ Windsor Town Hall, 301 Walnut St.
✅ Windsor Police Department, 200 N. 11th St.
✅ Grandview Elementary School, 1583 Grand Ave.
✅ Mountain View Elementary School, 810 3rd St.
✅ Skyview Elementary School, 1000 Stone Mountain Dr.
✅ Tozer Elementary School, 501 Oak St.
✅ Windsor Charter Academy School, 680 Academy Ct.
✅ Windsor Charter Academy School (Middle & High), 810 Automation Dr.
✅ Windsor Middle School, 900 Main St.
✅ Windsor High School, 1100 Main St.

Thanks to the Windsor Police Department for their continued support of this program.

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