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step 1. make contact with your neighbors.
talk to them about the crime rate in your locality and the idea of starting a neighborhood watch if one does not already exist in your neighborhood. try to get as many people as possible to partake in the idea as a collective rather than an individual idea. get feedback and suggestions and make necessary adjustments to the plans, because the success of a neighborhood watch is based on the numbers of participants and commitment/cooperation.
step 2. visit your local police department.
inform them of your group’s decision to start a neighborhood watch. set up a date of meeting with your group. a close between the police department and the neighborhood watch is necessary for it to function smoothly. the police department would discuss and train the participants on what is required of them as members of the neighborhood watch and also attend to questions the group might have.
step 3. identify the patterns of crime commonly committed.
you immediate locale, there are more common crimes than other locations. work with the local law enforcement adviser and appoint a group head to coordinate and oversee the watch. draw up a watch rooster and an emergency phone number tree to report crime and strange movement and occurrence.
step 4. consider linking with an existing organization.
look into other formed organizations before forming your own. such as a citizens’ association, community development office, tenants’ association, or housing authority. may be able to provide an existing infrastructure you can use.
step 5. organize and encourage participants to participate.
actively train the group members by the local police department on the rudiments of playing safe, terrorism awareness, how to respond in times of emergency, and basic crime prevention techniques.
step 6. measure your success
the success of a neighborhood watch is based on understanding and cooperation between group members and the local law enforcement agency. maintain enthusiasm among members. organize a kickoff event to announce the formation of the neighborhood watch and also encourage others to get involved in all ways possible.
step 7. continually recruit
organize a door to door visit to recruit more members, because certain individuals who hardly leave homes could act as spotters or window watchers who observe and report unusual happenings in the neighborhood.
step 8. light up the area collectively.
encourage residents in the neighborhood to always turn on their outdoor lights at night to ward off intruders and also in spotting any individual lurking around in the shadows. encourage and sponsor cleanups and removals of abandoned and similar items can contribute in the committing of a crime.
step 9. treat one another like real neighbors
to foster unity and keep up enthusiasm among the watch members, set up regular meetings so residents get to know each other. these meetings serve as an avenue to deliberate upon strategies and activities that are of benefit to the watch.
step 10. you are crime spotters, not stoppers!
neighborhood watches are not vigilante organizations. when suspecting criminal activities, encourage members to contact authorities and not to intervene.
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