Neighborhood Watch is a citizen's involvement program, where citizens, in cooperation with their local law enforcement agency, directly participate in the detection and prevention of crime. The basic concept of Neighborhood Watch is for citizens to observe, and report, suspicious or unlawful activity occurring in their neighborhood.
1.What does neighborhood watch cost?
2. Who may participate in neighborhood watch?
3. When does neighborhood watch occur?
Crime can occur at any time and anywhere; this means that Neighborhood Watch must be in effect 24 hours - 365 days a year. Neighborhood Watchers are always aware of activities in their neighborhood Day and Night.
4. How do I get started?
Talk to your neighbors and see if there is any interest. Select a location that will fit the amount of people you anticipate. Sgt. Halford will give a presentation outlining some things you can do to make your house, and belongings, more secure. We usually need two to three weeks notice to schedule a meeting.
5. Who to contact in regards to Neighborhood Watch?
Sgt Roy Halford or by phone at (801) 264-2673.
6. What if I want to see what has happened in my neighborhood?
The Crime Reports website is a great public web to see what is going on in your area.