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Page 4 November 22 , 2012 TORRANCE TRIBUNE Police Reports Children’s Nonprofit from front page The crimes listed are crimes where ST Suspect(s) forces door lock for entry, providers and parents in order to resolve care business and so it seemed like a natural a report was taken by law enforcement ransacks, attempts to pry console safe and issues affecting children and their families. extension to pick up these contracts to agency and submitted for investigation. The takes property/jewelry. “I am also a child care provider in the City officially provide services in Torrance and outcome of the investigation or any criminal Burglary-Auto: 3500 BLOCK CARSON of Torrance. I received a phone call from Lomita. We are now working with about court proceeding are not considered when ST Suspect(s) punches door lock for entry one of the coaches and she came out, sat 225 or so licensed child care programs reporting crimes. The crimes are listed as and takes property/third row seat, stereo/ with us and it was amazing,” Saima Kamran throughout those communities. We are also follows: arson, simple assault, aggravated GPS unit. said. “Going out all the way to Santa Monica providing financial assistance for families assault-weapon, auto theft, auto burglary, Auto Theft-All: 3500 BLOCK CARSON is pretty difficult, so she Connections for to afford child care services for about 150 commercial burglary, residential burglary, ST Stolen vehicle: ‘96 Harley Davidson M/C. Children representative talked to everyone to 180 families.” homicide, strong-arm robbery, robbery with Vandalism: 3600 BLOCK ARTESIA that she had to get some of the training out For Garcia and Kamran, Connections has a weapon, theft and vandalism. The City BLVD Suspect(s) breaks victim’s residence’s to Torrance. I was one of the lucky ones that been more effective than any previous provider of Torrance, or its employees or agents, window/no entry, no loss. offered my office and they came--provided a in the community because of its willingness shall assume no liability for: 1. Any errors, NoveMBeR 9 lot of good feedback to a lot of people. That to simply try harder. “They have way better omissions, or inaccuracies in the information Burglary-Commercial: 20600 BLOCK is how we took our first training class. They training and are a lot better organized--you provided regardless of how caused; or 2. Any WESTERN AVE Suspect(s) enters closed/ need to open an office over here. There isn’t call them and they come out right away unlike decision made or action taken or not taken secured business by unknown means and any other agency in Torrance, in Redondo any of the other agencies that I have worked by reader in reliance upon any information takes property/computer. Beach or Manhattan Beach. This is the only with, which I will not name,” Kamran said. or data furnished hereunder. Burglary-Auto: 1600 BLOCK COTA AVE agency and they should have a local office.” “The whole Connections team is on top of NoveMBeR 10 Suspect(s) enters unlocked vehicle and takes For Oblath, the process of licensing everything. They are providing a program Burglary-Residential: 2800 BLOCK property/purse. a provider is not a step considering as where they coach the family day care owner 182ND ST Suspect(s) enters unsecure garage, Burglary-Commercial: 2600 BLOCK challenging as actually creating the curriculum to help them improve themselves and hence accesses vehicle via partially open window VINE AVE Suspect(s) attempts to pry open and activities that will be used by the have more options and I thought that was and takes property/tools, jackets, sunglasses, vending machine cash vault and breaks off providers to help children. “What is more very unique.” core key. door handle to enter equipment room before challenging is writing activities for children Connections for Children assists more than Burglary-Residential: 4100 BLOCK taking property/TV converter box, box of ranging anywhere between five and 14 years 6,000 families in selecting the best child ARTESIA BLVD Suspect cuts window trash bags. old,” Oblath said. “Most family child care care placement to meet their needs. Through screen, enters open window, but flees upon Auto Theft-All: 2600 BLOCK PACIFIC providers care for children from infancy to workshops for parents and care providers, the encountering victim inside his residence/ COAST HWY Stolen vehicle: ‘08 Ford P/U. kindergarten age and they frequently have nonprofit is capable of finding the right match no loss. Burglary-Residential: 100 BLOCK VIA children that could join the group after school for each family it attempts to assist. “With Theft: 19700 BLOCK HAWTHORNE MESA GRANDE Suspect(s) enters residence hours. What we can make available is a lot Connections, the resources, the information, BLVD Suspects pose as lottery winners in by unknown means, ransacks and takes of training for those who are working with the literature and the classes are actually need of victim’s assistance in cashing their property/jewelry, watch, laptop, pillowcase. the children on how to develop a curriculum teaching us the correct way to teach the ticket and convince victim to put up her own NoveMBeR 8 that meets that variety of ages.” children, to learn from the children, to deal “good faith” money with which they flee. Burglary-Auto: 1700 BLOCK LINCOLN For the last 15 years, Connections For with the parents and to know how to identify Burglary-Auto: 23100 BLOCK SAMUEL AVE Suspect(s) enters vehicle by unknown Children has been present and active in the if any of the children need extra service,” ST Suspect(s) smashes window for entry and means and attempts to pry speakers from South Bay helping families gain access while Garcia said. “If we don’t know anything, takes property/toolbox, tools. door panel. preparing providers to be efficient in their basically they can find it for us. That has Burglary-Auto: 21600 BLOCK Burglary-Auto: 24400 BLOCK efforts child development efforts. “We have really helped out a lot because you’re able to HAWTHORNE BLVD Suspect(s) smashes CRENSHAW BLVD Suspect(s) enters worked together with a lot of home-based teach the children based on all that you have window for entry and takes property/purse. unlocked vehicle and takes property/bag, licensed family care providers--particularly learned. They explain things, they show you Theft: 20500 BLOCK ANZA AVE camera, cash, medication. in Torrance and a lot in Lomita,” Oblath where to find the information…and if you Suspect(s) takes unsecured property from Theft: 26000 BLOCK CREST ROAD said. “We have been helping them through have any questions, they will come out to parking garage/bicycle. Suspect(s) cuts lock and takes property from the licensing process, offering them training help you so that you can deal with parents Burglary-Auto: 3500 BLOCK CARSON cable company power supply can/batteries. • about how to get started in the family child and deal with children the correct way.” • Looking for the Torrance Tribune? You can find us at all the following locations as well as our Web site: www.heraldpublications.com Want a subscription? For $95 a year, we will mail a newspaper to your home. Just mail us a check. We will use the address on the check for your subscription address, unless instructions state otherwise. Mail the check to Herald Publications, 312 E. Imperial Ave., El Segundo, 90245. Please add “Torrance Subscription” in the memo line. American Tire 22940 Hawthorne Blvd. Ken’s Market 901 Inglewood Ave., Redondo Bch Spires Restaurant 1750 Sepulveda Blvd Arco 23510 Crenshaw Blvd. L. A. Fitness 3550 W. 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