Charter Greens officially has a Neighborhood Watch Program!
Neighborhood Watch is a group of neighbors who are willing to communicate with each other and pass along crime and non-crime related neighborhood information. The groups are educated in crime prevention, trained to observe suspicious activity and report the activity to each other and the police.
Neighborhood Watch is:
--A community/poice partnership
--Neighbors coming together to help each other not become victims of crime.
--Neighbors coming together to address community issues.
--Learning and practicing crime prevention through environmental design.
--Learning to identify suspicious activity and reporting the activity to neighbors and police.
--Members all live on the same street or within line of sight, generally.
--5 to 25 homes per group.
Neighborhood Watch is not:
--Citizens armed patrol.
--Encouraging residents to take risks to prevent crimes.
--A program that guarantees that a crime will not occur in a neighborhood.
--A political group.
--A neighborhood association or neighborhood organization.
--A law enforcement entity.
Neighborhood Watch Block Captains
Janie Blind, firstname.lastname@example.org: 2360--2414 Craycroft
Jackie Smith-Hill, email@example.com: 2360--2414 Craycroft
Tami Liberato, firstname.lastname@example.org: 2318--2354 Craycroft & 9715--9775 Pleasanton & Sully Ct
Linnea Knoerzer, email@example.com: 2318--2354 Craycroft & 9715--9775 Pleasanton & Sully Ct
Ken Necessary, firstname.lastname@example.org: 2420--2457 Craycroft
Mark Warren, email@example.com: 9805--9837 Treelake
Gary & Harriett Shugart, firstname.lastname@example.org: 2502--2526 Antietam
Tony Alexander, email@example.com: 9915--9990 Bridgeport