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The Neighborhood Watch Program strengthens neighborhoods by bringing people together to create a shared vision of community safety. This program teaches community members to:
Neighbors interested in organizing a Neighborhood Watch should contact your local Crime Prevention Coordinator and read our brochure on Establishing Your Neighborhood Watch.
Business Watch In a business district or a large office building where other topics such as shoplifting and robbery prevention, dealing with difficult people, workplace violence prevention and money handling security may be a concern, a Business Watch may be useful. Business Watch participants develop a communication system through an e-mail network to share information about potential problems and keep in touch with other local businesses. Businesses interested in organizing a Business Watch should contact their local Crime Prevention Coordinator.
To read our Neighborhood Watch and Business Watch manuals, along with our other handouts, visit our handout page.
Learn the basics about Neighborhood Watch
Learn in detail about Watch programs- how they are started, how they operate, the benefits, and much more
Your Crime Prevention Coordinator can answer all your Neighborhood Watch questions
We send out quarterly newsletters on a variety of topics we think will interest you
A survey for recipients of the quarterly Neighborhood Watch newsletter.
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