Tampa Police Dept. Neighborhood Watch

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Neighborhood Watch is a program

of the City of Tampa Police Department.  

There is never a cost to join.  

For more information, please see the

official website at

tampagov.net/neighborhoodwatch.

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National Night Out 2014 - Tonight, Oct. 7

Celebrate National Night Out 2014 this year tonight with Tampa Police Department and Neighborhood Watch Groups in District One!  National NightOut 2014 is at Target this year near the... more
Started: October 7th 2014Replies: 0

Prom Night Safety Tips

Tips for Parents Know who your child is attending the prom with and discuss the events for pre and post prom parties with the other parents. Discuss the dangers of drinking and driving.  Florida... more
Started: May 5th 2011Replies: 2

Neighborhood Watch Defined

  What is Neighborhood Watch? Neighborhood Watch is Volunteer citizens coming together in a neighborhood, communicating with each other and the police to reduce crime in the area they live. It is... more
Started: November 11th 2009Replies: 3

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Foreclosure_th The guidance below (and in the "How to Avoid Foreclosure" pamphlet) is applicable to homeowners with FHA Insured loans. While a good deal of this information may apply to all homeowners in danger of losing...

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