15 Ideas For Future Neighborhood Watch Meetings

1. Have a Police Officer Participate In a Q & A Session

When it comes to neighborhood watch meetings, there’s no greater resource than your local police department. Not only are they an excellent source of information on crimes in your area, but your law enforcement agencies are eager to work with the communities they serve in order to prevent future crimes. Use this to your advantage and invite an officer to come speak to your group and directly address their questions about home security.

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