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Mar
29
Wed
8:00 am Coffee with a Cop @ Coma Coffee (University Club Tower)
Coffee with a Cop @ Coma Coffee (University Club Tower)
Mar 29 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Coffee with a Cop @ Coma Coffee (University Club Tower) | Richmond Heights | Missouri | United States
  Come out and enjoy a cup of coffee with officers of the Richmond Heights Police Department.  No agenda, no speeches, just informal conversation over a free cup of coffee.Share This Post...PrintEmailFacebook
Apr
21
Fri
7:00 pm Trivia Night to benefit The Miss... @ The Heights
Trivia Night to benefit The Miss... @ The Heights
Apr 21 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Trivia Night to benefit The Missouri Special Olympics @ The Heights | Richmond Heights | Missouri | United States
On April 21st, 2017 the Richmond Heights Police Department will be hosting its 19th annual Special Olympics Trivia Night.   100% of the proceeds of this event will be donated to the Missouri Special Olympics. This year’s event[...]
Sep
17
Sun
6:30 pm Youth Sports Night @ The Heights
Youth Sports Night @ The Heights
Sep 17 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Join the Richmond Heights Police Department’s PACT Unit for our Youth Sports Night at The Heights! Reservations are not required Ages: 8-13 Children must be signed in and signed out by guardian Games offered include: Basketball[...]
Sep
22
Fri
11:00 am PACT Unit Golf Tournament @ Florissant Golf Club
PACT Unit Golf Tournament @ Florissant Golf Club
Sep 22 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
PACT Unit Golf Tournament @ Florissant Golf Club | Florissant | Missouri | United States
      On Friday, September 22nd, the Richmond Heights Police Department will be hosting its 20th annual golf tournament. The tournament is to raise money for several community policing programs. This unit, called P.A.C.T.[...]

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Beware of “Grandparent Scams”

Recently the Richmond Heights Police Department took a report from an individual who was a victim of a common type of scam, sometimes referred to as a “family emergency scam” or “grandparent scam.”

As explained by the Federal Trade Commission…

Scammers may pose as relatives or friends, calling or sending messages to urge you to wire money immediately. They’ll say they need cash to help with an emergency — like getting out of jail, paying a hospital bill, or needing to leave a foreign country. Their goal is to trick you into sending money before you realize it’s a scam.

For further information, please visit the FTC’s Family Emergency Scam webpage.

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