The OKC police are starting the Neighborhood watch training program again. If you are interested in becoming a patroller, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can register by the link below and we will meet you there on Thursday, 9/30 to go over the Harvest Hills South program.
If you can spare anytime once a week, every two weeks or even once a month, you can help! We have patrollers who patrol mornings, during the day and in the evenings. If you need a patrol buddy, we can provide that too.
We can really use your help. The current patrollers have been doing it for over 3 years.
Please make sure we have your contact information in case the patrollers see something while they are out so they can contact you. Several people leave garage doors open at night. Your information is NOT shared outside of the patrollers. Please consider joining and being a part.
Shared from OKCPD:
Did you know that you can keep your neighborhood safe from the comfort of your car??? Read on to learn more about Neighborhood Watch Patrol!
Neighborhood Watch Patrol is about neighbors partnering with the police to become trained observers and reporters in their neighborhood.
Join OKC Police Departments’ Sgt Bob Skalla and Sgt Michael Loruse, along with the Neighborhood Alliance team, to learn more about the Neighborhood Crime Watch and Neighborhood Watch Patrol programs for your neighborhood.
This training will be offered from 6:00-7:00pm on Thursday, September 30th in North Oklahoma City and on Tuesday, November 2nd in South Oklahoma City.
NORTH OKC-Register Now for September 30th!
SOUTH OKC–Register Now for November 2nd!