COVERAGE AREA

START AND MAINTAIN A NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM 

The first meeting is critical in forming of a group. All attendees should introduce themselves and sign a sheet with their names, addresses, home and cell phone numbers, and e-mail addresses so they can be contacted about future meetings and activities. They should be assured that their personal information will not be given to anyone without their permission. The CRO will talk about the topics listed above and answer questions. 

The area covered by a group in a neighborhood with single-family homes can range from several homes on one side of a street to several blocks with homes on both sides of the streets. For Neighborhood Watch to be most effective we have found that a limit of 30 homes in the group is best. The area can also include neighborhood parks, canyons, etc. 


The initial duties of the Block Captain or Co-Captains are listed below:

  • Compile a membership list

  • Develop an area map with home addresses​

  • Collect money for Neighborhood Watch signs, and post and maintain the signs 

THE FIRST MEETING 


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