May 2015 Dorset Newsletter

The latest Dorset newsletter has been distributed to each mailbox in the neighborhood. For those residents that would like to reference the electronic version, we have added a copy to the Residents section of the website. Please note that this section is password protected for Dorset residents only! May 2015 Newsletter If you do not have the password, please contact the webmaster at

The PENS Dispatch - May 2015

Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to the May edition of THE PENS DISPATCH. This bulletin is brought to you from the Cobb County Police, Precinct 4 Criminal Investigations Unit (CIU4) and is designed to keep you aware of safety alerts and crime trends in your area and measures you can take to keep you and your family safe. Because of your support and encouragement, our membership continues to grow. In the past 30 days, Precinct IV has added almost 750 membership households. Congratulations to 412 beat who lead all county police beats by adding 186 households. 413 beat was close behind with 159 households added. Both of these beat areas added more members to than two of o

Welcome to our new website!

Our Dorset website was recently updated to a new mobile friendly platform. It’s been organized so the board can better inform the community about neighborhood news, events, and social gatherings taking place throughout the year. You can find community rules and regulations, resident directory and other information in the password protected residents only section. You can use it to contact any board member with ideas, questions, comments or concerns. Follow us on Facebook at The Dorset Neighbors Facebook page was created to keep our community connected and socialize neighborhood events. If a member of your household w

Police Update - Entering Autos in East Cobb

During the month of April, 30 entering autos were reported to police in Precinct 4, and almost every incident of entering auto was perpetrated against an unlocked vehicle. As the temperatures increase, so will the nighttime activity. 18 of those entering autos occurred within a span of seven days. The neighborhoods of Bentley Ridge, Wellcrest, Vermilion and Greyson Knoll were victimized by suspect(s) “flipping handles”. These offenders will walk the neighborhood streets at night checking door handles. If they find an unlocked car, it becomes a crime of opportunity and they will search your car for anything they choose to take. We have also seen numerous incidents of homeowners parking their

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