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Norwalk Neighborhood Watch Meetings: Bringing Residents Together with Public Safety Personnel



In the simplest terms, a Neighborhood Watch Program is comprised of residents watching out for one another. Concerned residents may request neighborhood watch meetings in their area to connect with their neighbors and Public Safety personnel and discuss how to improve quality of life in their community.

The following meetings will take place this month and are open to residents in the surrounding areas:

  • Friday, February 22 at 6:30 p.m. at 15524 Caulfield Avenue
  • Wednesday, February 27 at 6:30 p.m. at 14400 Pontlavoy Avenue
  • Thursday, February 28 at 6:30 p.m. at 13100 Foster Road

The Neighborhood Watch Program runs on the principle that an engaged community working together with law enforcement is the best deterrent to criminal activity.

For more info, including requesting a Neighborhood Watch meeting in your area, please call Public Safety at 562-929-5732.

  • jas says:

    Many neighborhood watch programs fail, lack of common language issues/ challenges, plus nothing in common, unless they have children attending a neighborhood local school and are parents too. Lot of tribunal Warfare & lack of usage from free Whats App Program.

    Some NWP are awesome and do work fine, but many startup strong and are breached, hence fall apart.