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Welcome!




We were feeling threatened in our own homes.
Did we snivel and cry and ask why?

NO

We were feeling unsafe in our own neighborhood.
Did we grouse and complain and ask why?

NO

We did not go out late at night.
We did not leave anything loose outside.
We turned on our outside lights.
We did lock house, cars and sheds.
Did we hide behind locks and ask why?

NO

We organized Neighborhood Watch




What We Did




  • Organized neighbors watching the neighborhood to protect residents from crimes.

  • Organized neighbors listening to what is happening in the neighborhood.

  • Organized neighbors communicating with each other and reporting to authorities.

  • Organized neighbors co-operating with each other and police departments.

  • Organized neighbors creating a presence in the neighborhood.

  • Organized neighbors reducing criminal activity in their neighborhood.




WATCH - LISTEN - REPORT


HOW TO WATCH - LISTEN - REPORT

  • Know your neighbors: Names, Addresses, and Phone Numbers
  • Pay attention to activity in your neighborhood: Identify people and cars that don't belong
  • Report suspicious activity: inform the police department, your neighbors, and management
  • Secure your homes and property: Lock up, Label and Look
  • Patrol your streets: training by the police department provided and required for patrols
  • Organized neighbors reducing criminal activity in their neighborhood.

WHO TO CALL:

  • 911 for activities involving fire, medical emergency or criminal activity in progress
  • 621-6500 to report prior criminal activity, nuisance activities, service requests