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Reasons for a Neighborhood Watch

Reasons for a Neighborhood Watch

Reasons for a Neighborhood Watch

Basic Crime Prevention

Practice crime safety measures that eliminate opportunities for criminals. Encourage others to join in crime prevention efforts. Aid others when they become victims of crime. Work for a better and safer neighborhood through protecting and honoring the rights of others.

Disaster Preparedness

Learn skills to prepare for man-made and natural disasters. Local, state, and the federal government do a lot to prepare for disasters but citizens have to be ready to care for each other. Encourage citizen involvement in preparation and planning.

Build a Stronger Community

Get to know your neighbors. In our fast-paced world we don’t spend enough time learning about our neighbors. Watch groups give community members a reason to get together and talk about making their community a better place. Neighborhood Watch Activities are a fun way for community members to get to know each other while making a difference.

The Bonner County Sheriff’s Office Community Force Neighborhood Watch Program currently (January 2017) consists of about 20 groups and close to 400 members spread throughout the county.

Reasons for a Neighborhood Watch
BCSO volunteers back row, left to right: Jerry Gore, Bob Proctor, Craig Nelson, David Watkins and Jay Dudley. BCSO volunteers front row, left to right: Jim Corcoran, Ray Schlaht and Rick Cox. (Missing is Bob Larson.)

1 Comment on Reasons for a Neighborhood Watch

  1. Great post on a wonderful program! This year, we’re ( pushing this as the first step toward building Comm-Unity, Mutual Assistance Groups and ham radio networks among our members throughout the INW.
    Thanks for all you do and report!
    Russ, KI7BIV

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