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How to Start a Neighborhood Watch
Posted on Mar 1st, 2012
Calling all Moss Creek Residents to form a successful Neighborhood Watch program!
We can build a stronger, safer community through community watch. It is ever more important for us to be vigilant in keeping an eye on our surroundings. Being a part of Neighborhood Watch is really all about being an observant neighbor. This is something many of us already do! As a community we can do it TOGETHER and be much more effective. This program does more than just prevent crime. It has a remarkable effect on the relationships in a community, as well as affecting the residents’ awareness and involvement in the neighborhood. Our community is built on the strength of its residents!
Join together at an informational meeting 6:30pm, Wednesday March 21st at the Monarch Clubhouse. This will be a brief meeting where Sergeant Edie Moss of the Concord PD, the District’s official Neighborhood Watch liaison will speak about how to conduct the program, the responsibilities of the program participants and how we intend to map the neighborhood in groups. We also hope to recruit a Chairperson and Block Captains for the program.
We would like to encourage all residents who are interested in the Neighborhood Crime Watch Program to attend this important meeting.
link to City of Concord's Neighborhood Watch information packet