The Irondequoit Crime Prevention Coalition (ICPC) is an organization of neighborhood watch groups and citizens who are partnered with the Irondequoit Police Department.The mission of the group is to promote community interest and participation in crime prevention and to be proactive in keeping the neighborhoods and community safe. The ICPC holds a monthly meeting at the Irondequoit Public Safety Building on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.Come and see how you can help your community.
The Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association holds monthly meetings on the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Public Safety Building.Association membership is open to anyone who has completed the Citizens Police Academy. The monthly meetings often have speakers who address different criminal justice topics.The sessions with speakers are open to the public.
Anyone wishing to speak at a meeting must sign up ahead of time at the Pauline Evans Library.
Planning Board Workshop to discuss particular topics.
Admission is free, the building is handicapped accessible and refreshments, including coffee and soda, donuts, hot dogs, sandwiches, and Marcey’s famous chili will be available. There are three rooms to shop through featuring local craft people as well as crafters from as far away as Jasper, NY. This year, the show has 10 new vendors. If you are looking for different gifts, at reasonable prices, to give for special occasions or if you want to get a jump start on your holiday gift shopping, this is a great way to do it as well as to help support local crafters. Some of the more unusual gift items for sale will be, custom aluminum bread trays etched with the verse “Give us this day, our daily bread,” in a choice of 88 different languages. There will also be oak folding baskets and trivets; decorated wine bottles; bead people, hand painted glass plates, cutting boards and lamps; “smelly jellies” paraffin and soy candles, soaps; padded photo albums, towels, jewelry; knitted and crochet baby items, scarves; quilted bags, pottery trivets, bread bakers; seasonal door and wall hangings and much, much more.