Lehigh Woods Neighborhood Watch

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Welcome to the Lehigh Woods Neighborhood Watch website. If you live off Ryan Drive, we would like you to be part of our Neighborhood Watch! This website was launched to gauge interest of our neighbors living off Ryan Drive to organize and register a Neighborhood Watch for a safer community. However, in order to do this we need your help!

What are some of the benefits of starting a Watch Group?

  • Partnerships with Law Enforcement and your Neighbors

  • Reduction in Crime

  • A More Secure and Better Prepared Hometown

  • A More United Community Improved Communications

Register Your Watch Group in 5 Easy Steps

  1. Recruit and Organize as many neighbors as possible
  2. Contact your local law enforcement agency and schedule a meeting
  3. Discuss community concerns and develop an action plan
  4. Hold regular meetings and train
  5. Implement a phone tree and take action steps

It is wonderful that you are taking the steps to start a Neighborhood Watch group in your neighborhood. The first step is talking to your fellow neighbors about starting a group. The next step is contacting your local law enforcement agency. Invite them to meet with your group at a time and place convenient for your Watch Group. It is essential for your group to work in collaboration with law enforcement because Neighborhood Watch is a cooperative effort. If law enforcement is unavailable to come to the first meeting you might want to have a meeting to discuss the concerns and issues in the neighborhood. Your group should create a plan on how to work towards lessening the impact of the top 3 concerns of neighbors.

There are wonderful resources that you can use to guide you on the site. You can print out a Neighborhood Watch Manual and brochures from the publication library. These materials will help you create and develop a Neighborhood Watch.

When you register your watch group you can choose to receive an Action Pack that has great information on building a watch group, meetings, and much more. The materials will give you more to work with as you build your Watch Group. Also, register to receive the newsletter that contains stories and information on what others are doing in their Groups.

As for stickers and signs you need to ask your law enforcement official about them or can purchase them through a number of vendors. The National Sheriffs’ Association does have a brochure that contains products but we recommend you to coordinate with law enforcement first.

Your Neighborhood Watch coordinator!

Judi Rich

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