How is Neighborhood Watch organized?
A representative from the Crime Prevention Unit will visit your civic league or neighborhood association to help you get started. We suggest that you discuss this idea with your members first to find out how many will be willing to participate in the process. Three major roles need to be filled in order for Neighborhood Watch to function properly: one Coordinator, several Block Captains, and numerous “Watchers.”

Call the Crime Prevention Unit at 757-664-6901 to set this up.

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1. How is Neighborhood Watch organized?
2. How and where do I register a bicycle?
3. We would like a speaker for our meeting. Who do we call?
4. I hear that you have a service where officers will come to my home and tell me what I need to do to make it safer. How much does this cost
5. Our organization would like to have McGruff, the Crime Dog as a special guest for children at an upcoming event. Will an officer be available on this date?
6. Do you have any tips for staying safe during the holidays?