Neighborhood Watch groups are the foundation of community crime prevention, and are the stepping stones to creating and maintaining healthy communities.
Neighborhood Watch educates people about the ways to deter and detect crime. The program creates a communication network between its members, and with the Police Department.
The Neighborhood Watch program encourages citizen involvement to report suspicious activities. When citizens are actively involved by calling the police, it discourages criminals and prevents crime.
Neighborhood Watch is a proven crime-reduction program. Like any self-help programs, however, its success depends on the commitment of you and your neighbors.
To learn more or to start a Neighborhood Watch program in your community, contact Sergeant Allen Kintz by phone at (816) 228-0178 or by email