Find Out How to Become a More Resilient Neighborhood
Neighborhood Watch, Block Watch, Town Watch, Crime Watch - whatever the name, it's one of the most effective and least costly ways to prevent crime and reduce fear.
Members involved in Neighborhood Watch learn how to make their homes more secure, watch out for each other and the neighborhood and report activities that raise their suspicions to law enforcement. Watch groups are not vigilantes. They are extra eyes and ears for reporting crime and helping neighbors.
It is important to communicate with your neighbors, host events in your neighborhood, know who may need help in a disaster, get to know each other and be the eyes and ears for your neighborhood. It's an unfortunate fact that when a neighborhood crime crisis goes away, so does enthusiasm for Neighborhood Watch. Work to keep your Watch group a vital force for community well being.
View the Neighborhood Watch Location Map to find out if Your Neighborhood Has a Neighborhood Watch Program.
For more information about Neighborhood Watch or how to start the program in your neighborhood, contact: Jackie Rose, Community Outreach Coordinator at Jrose@losgatosca.gov
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