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Usually a meeting consists of 10 to 20 neighbors. A typical meeting can last up to two hours. A volunteer will contact you to schedule your first meeting where crime prevention and safety tips will be discussed and resource materials will be distributed. At the conclusion of this meeting, your group will be encouraged to schedule a second meeting, attended by a sworn officer, where crime statistics and problem solving strategies will be discussed. You and your neighbors can continue your Neighborhood Watch efforts by holding additional meetings as often as necessary.
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Neighborhood watch involves:
If you know your neighborhood has an active Neighborhood Watch and Problem Solving group already formed, join it! If there is no such group, become a leader in your neighborhood and start one! Call 925-671-3075 for more information.