Neighborhood Watch Program

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The purpose of the Neighborhood Watch Program is the reduction of crime through a cooperative effort of the citizens and the Police Department.  The program specifically targets property crimes such as burglary, larceny, and property damage offenses.  The Public Information Officer, (PIO), organizes and attends neighborhood meetings where residents are instructed on home and personal security as well as accurate reporting of suspicious activities.

The program expands the limited resources of the Police Department by training residents to protect their property, their neighborhoods, and themselves, by securing their homes and property, marking their personal property with identification, and maintaining a watch for suspicious activity.  There are over 700 residents active in the Neighborhood Watch program.

For more information about Neighborhood Watch, please contact Officer Steve Michael at 314-830-6042.

Online Neighborhood Watch Registration Form

 
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