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EXTREME HEAT OFTEN RESULTS IN THE HIGHEST ANNUAL NUMBER OF DEATHS AMONG ALL WEATHER-RELATED DISASTERS. In most of the U.S., extreme heat is a long period (2 to 3 days) of high heat and humidity with temperatures above 90 degrees. IF YOU ARE UNDER AN EXTREME HEAT WARNING •Never leave a child, adult, or animal alone inside a vehicle on a warm day. •Find places with air conditioning. •Libraries, shopping malls, and community centers can provide a cool place to take a break from the heat. •If you’re outside, find shade. •Wear a hat wide enough to protect your face. •Wear loose, lightweight, light-colored clothing. •Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated. •If you or someone you care for is on a special diet, ask a doctor what would be best. •Do not use electric fans when the temperature outside is more than 95 degrees. You could increase the risk of heat-related illness. Fans create air flow and a false sense of comfort, but do not reduce body temperature. •Avoid high-energy activities. •Check yourself, family members, and neighbors for signs of heat related illness. Know the signs and ways to treat heat-related illness. Heat Cramps • Signs: Muscle pains or spasms in the stomach, arms, or legs. • Actions: Go to a cooler location. Remove excess clothing. Take sips of cool sports drinks with salt and sugar. Get medical help if cramps last more than an hour. Heat Exhaustion • Signs: Heavy sweating, paleness, muscle cramps, tiredness, weakness, dizziness, headache, nausea or vomiting, and fainting. • Actions: Go to an air-conditioned place and lie down. Loosen or remove clothing. Take a cool bath. Take sips of cool sports drinks with salt and sugar. Get medical help if symptoms get worse or last more than an hour. Heat Stroke • Signs: Extremely high body temperature (above 103 degrees) indicated by an oral thermometer; red, hot, and dry skin with no sweat; rapid, strong pulse; dizziness; confusion; and unconsciousness. • Actions: Call 9-1-1 or get the person to a hospital immediately. Cool down with whatever methods are available until medical help arrives. Find places in your community where you can go to get cool. Try to keep your home cool

88 1 3 weeks ago

During the Fireworks Spectacular at Memorial Field last night, a child, for a very short period of time, was unable to find their parent. Officer Reyes held the child and helped her watch the fireworks. We reunited the child with her parents moments later. Thanks for being awesome Officer Reyes!

48 1 5 weeks ago

Happy Father’s Day everyone.

23 0 6 weeks ago

In the evening of June 1st, a violent event occurred in the area of South 8th Avenue and West 5th Street that ended the life of Jermial Rose. We mourn for the family and friends of Mr. Rose. The perpetrator of this incident was very swiftly arrested as a result of the information given to us by the Members of the Community outraged at this occurrence. We want to thank the Members of the Community who reached out to us to make this arrest happen. We are also asking that anyone else that may have information about this crime to call us 24/7/365 at 915-665-2510 or text ‘MVPD’ plus the information you want to share with us to number 847411 (Tip411). All calls and information will remain confidential.

44 0 8 weeks ago

Don't leave valuables in your car. That sounds like "common sense", but drivers/passengers do leave items of value in plain view every day. If a thief can see it, they will take it ! If you must leave valuable items in your car, place items out of sight before reaching your destination or move them inconspicuously. Leave no trace. Don't leave any "sign" that there might be valuables in your vehicle, such as phone chargers, docking stations or connector cables. Leave nothing in plain sight that might make your vehicle worth "investigating" by a thief; not even loose coins or a CD. Try to park in busy, well-lighted and well-traveled areas. Lock ALL your vehicle's doors. Every year, we have items stolen from unlocked vehicles. It only takes seconds to steal your stuff! Set any alarm or anti-theft device. If you have one, use it! Many people believe that car-alarms no longer make a difference, but they can be an effective deterrent to an auto-burglar, who most often chooses the easiest target.

62 3 8 weeks ago

This morning we suffered a rash of vehicle break-ins in the far south side of the City, down by the Bronx. In a majority of vehicles valuable items, such as a pocketbook or a computer were left out in the open. While we are stepping up efforts to catch the Suspect responsible, we ask you to do the following: 1.) Lock your car door. 2.) Take your keys. 3.) Hide your valuables. 4.) Better yet don’t leave them in the car. 5.) Install surveillance cameras around your house, they help us enormously. Most importantly, call us at 914-665-2500 with suspicious activity. Your eyes and ears help keep #MVSafe

149 7 8 weeks ago

The 22 Pushup Challenge involves pressing out twenty-two pushups to promote awareness for Veteran suicide prevention along with honoring Military service members and Veterans. We have many currently serving and Veterans in our Department and will proudly do the 22 Push-Up Challenge every day to bring awareness to Veteran Suicide Prevention. #22pushupchallenge #thinblueline

97 14 8 weeks ago

This week is National Emergency Services Week. EMS is the ‘forgotten’ Emergency Service but we here at the Department appreciate all their hard work and know that the city of Mount Vernon and County Of Westchester do. #emsstrong

58 2 9 weeks ago

Another great DARE graduation, this time at Lincoln School. Great job Officer Jones!!! Thanks for the great hospitality Principal Jones and to the entire Student body of Lincoln!!! #dare #thinblueline @mountvernoncityschooldistrict

158 1 9 weeks ago

We had an awesome time at Career Day at Traphagen Elementary School today! The MV Fire Department and we got to hang out with some amazing kids. And it looks like we have a few future MVPD Officers in the group! #communitypolicing #mvpd @mountvernoncityschooldistrict

72 1 9 weeks ago

We honor those Members of Service lost in the Line of Duty. Inspector Frank Mascari Detective Bernard Christopher Detective Christopher Ridley Police Officer Frank Bersito

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