The Oregonian reports on the Safety Crisis in Curry, Josephine counties

What do you think of the following article in the Oregonian?

http://www.oregonlive.com/mapes/index.ssf/2013/05/curry_josephine_counties_could.html

“Our role as the state is to act as the safety net,” said House Majority Leader Val Hoyle, D-Eugene. “I don’t feel good that we have parts of Oregon that are becoming like parts of Appalachia. I don’t think it’s right that a woman who needs immediate help because she is being attacked has to wait three hours until a police officer can get there.”

SOS Public Meeting Agenda for Tuesday, May 28th 2013

Our Meeting this week: Tuesday, May 28th, 2013: 5:15pm to 6:15pm
Location: Newman United Methodist Church, 132 NE “B” Street, Grants Pass
Agenda Thus Far:
  1. Daily Victim’s Article on Website (David Smith)
  2. United Under 1-Flag (SOS Flag Proposal?)
  3. Business Sponsors (Committee?) Continue reading SOS Public Meeting Agenda for Tuesday, May 28th 2013

Four Stories of Crime in Josephine County

Here are four major stories of crime in our community, all from the same person.

Story #1 was posted here:  http://securingoursafety.org/?p=1358

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Story #2:  I am a licensed race car driver and a license private airplane pilot as well. I own two formula race cars, a Formula “FORD” and, a Formula “V” (formula type is an open wheel car just like an Indy 500 car) their appraised value is between $25,000 and $30,000.

It is unfortunate that my race cars were stored on a private property located in Josephine County and then stolen from there. Continue reading Four Stories of Crime in Josephine County

Must Watch! Online TV Broadcast Recorded From SOS Victim’s Forum May 14, 2013

Please take the time to watch the Victim’s Forum that Securing Our Safety hosted this week on Tuesday night, May 14th, 2013.

A video recording of the meeting can be seen in the following link:

http://vp.telvue.com/player?height=300&id=T01550&noplaylistskin=1&video=154006&width=400

Thank you very much to the brave victims that stepped up to tell their story about how they have been impacted by crime in our community recently and thanks to RVTV / Southern Oregon University for recording this event and hosting the recording for SOS.