What is Neighborhood Watch?
Neighborhood Watch is a program of: neighbors watching out for each other’s property, and citizens aiding the police in combating crime within their communities by acting as extra eyes and ears of the Police Department.
The program is intended to make citizens more vigilant, not to turn them into vigilantes.
A Neighborhood Watch program may be started by any subdivision or block group in which 50% or more of the residents and/or their spouses, of the age of majority, participate. The block group area refers to both sides of one street. Each member’s objective is to observe the block, or subdivision area, and report any suspected criminal activity to the Police by telephone.
What you can do.
Join your neighbors and be part of the Franklin Knolls Neighborhood Watch Program. It is real easy to take part in it. Just watch a video (Link below) and let us know that you have watched the video and want to be part of the program (Form below). More details on the program can be found at the links under the form.
Please fill out the form below to sign up for the Neighborhood Watch Program.