Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood WatchNeighborhood Watch


  1. Get acquainted with your neighbors, know their names and be able to identify them and their vehicles by sight.
  2. Regulary attend Neighborhood Watch meetings. These meetings are held at City Hall on the second Monday of each month at 6:30pm. They are for your benefit.
  3. Make your home as burglary resistant as possible.
  4. Use a video camera or your phone to make a record of your property, write down any seriel numbers or other identifing marks.


  1. Be observant. Keep watch on neighbors' homes and report suspicious activities to the Police Department when approprate.
  2. Write down and report license numbers and discriptions of suspicious looking people and vehicles in your neighborhood.
  3. Educate your children in crime prevention and instill respect for law enforcement.
  4. Do not try to make an arrest. Being a good witness is more important.

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