As our area is getting hit with an extraordinary amount of crime incidents lately, so arises the need for engaging of city residents into crime fighting activities.
There will be an important training event for Neighborhood Watch participants from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 10th, 2011 at City Hall.
The training will include development of observation skills and reporting suspicious activity and crime to the police.
Special training for Block Captains will be provided for those interested, using the College Park Woods’ Neighborhood Watch Program as a model/template.
Major Hector Velez, the new Commander for PGPD District 1, is planning to come and meet us there, now that Major Liberati has been transferred.
I know there is a scheduling conflict with the NCPCA’s monthly March meting on the same night, but in case you decide to attend, please be at the City Hall at this great training event!