The Lakewood Police Department and Shred-It Co. will host a Community Shred Day from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, September 23, 2017. This free service allows the public to bring up to three boxes of confidential documents to be shredded on site in the parking lot at the Jefferson County Sports Stadium, 500 Kipling St.
"The public response and support for previous Shred Days has been overwhelming and as a result we will be conducting another shred day for the citizens and business communities as a tool to prevent identity theft and fraud" said Ken Perry, Commander of the Lakewood Police Property Crimes Section.
"We are pleased once again to partner with the folks from Shred-it Co. to offer this free service which helps prevent sensitive documents from landing in the wrong hands. The public response has been great. To date we have shredded over 50 tons of documents for the citizens and business community" said Lakewood Police Chief Dan McCasky.
In addition to shredding of confidential documents, members of the Lakewood Police Department will be on hand to provide free identity theft and fraud prevention information. They will also be available to answer any questions.
Posted on: Wednesday, September 13, 2017