Animal Reminders: The 2014 Animal Licenses are available for purchase at $8.00 per license. Dogs, Cats, and Ferrets need to be licensed in the City of Gibraltar. Bring proof of rabies vaccination to the Gibraltar Police Department to purchase a license at any time.

Dogs cannot be allowed to run loose anywhere in Gibraltar, including City Parks. Pets must be on a leash and under your control at all times when away from your property. If you take your animals for a walk, you must also carry a container to pick up after them.

 

Internet Safety - For Parents: The Danger... The Internet is a constantly growing educational resource for children and can be a positive experience. Millions of children surf the Internet for school and entertainment every day. Children also communicate through E-Mails, chat rooms, and public message boards. Unsupervised, the Internet can be dangerous, exposing our children to predators and inappropriate material.

To Report a Cyber Creep Call 1-877-5CYBER3

According to a survey conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice, one in five children receive unwanted sexual solicitations online and seventy percent of these unwanted solicitations happen on a home computer. The survey also found that most families who have youth who use the Internet regularly do not use filtering or blocking software.

The Solution: Parents should educate their children to be cyber-smart. Prevention and awareness is the key to deter cyber-predators and exposure to inappropriate material. Children are trusting, naive, and curious. They must be supervised by parents who have a fundamental understanding of computer technology and the Internet.

 

Curfew Reminder: The City of Gibraltar has a curfew ordinance (Section #15-5). Children 15 years of age and younger must be home by 10:00 p.m. If 16 years of age, kids must be home by midnight . Parents who allow their kids to violate this ordinance subject themselves to receiving a ticket for allowing their child to violate curfew.

 

"Officer of the Year 2013"
Lieutenant Larry Williams

Lieutenant Larry Williams

 

"Check Theft ID": The Police Department is a partner with a Company called "Check Theft ID".

Their website is www.checktheftid.com. They list on their website stolen articles along with serial numbers.

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