CSR Supervisor Celebrates 10th Anniversary
Brandon Crumpton, the supervisor of the City Ave District’s Community Service Representative program, better known as the “CSRs” is celebrating his 10th anniversary on the bike. On a daily basis, he logs about 10 miles on his bike between Presidential Blvd and 63rd & City Ave in the District.
During his time at City Ave, Brandon has handled events ranging from car accidents to thefts to just helping people get from point A to point B.
Brandon is among a group of CSRs who patrol the District to assist the community with questions and to help implement crime prevention efforts. Aside from being very visible and acting as “crime deterrents” simply by their presence, they serve as “eyes and ears” for suspicious activity. They also address quality of life issues on a daily basis, such as reporting hazardous conditions, sanitary and trash problems, and more.
Brandon came to the CSRs after seeing them in action. He thought it was a great thing they offered the community and wanted to be a part of it.
“Brandon was a great help to me when I came on as Director of Operations and Public Safety last year. I continue to rely on him on a daily basis, said John Collins, Director of Operations and Public Safety for the City Ave District. “He’s a great frontline supervisor and a valuable asset to the mission of the City Ave CSRs.”