Crime Patrol Training: Sept 29th

Neighborhood Watch Patrol Training
We need more volunteers!

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 neighborhoods.
 
Join OKC Police Departments’ Master Sergeant Dean Wyatt and the Neighborhood Alliance team to learn more about your neighborhood’s Neighborhood Watch and Neighborhood Watch Patrol programs. 
 
This training will be offered from
Thursday, Sept. 29th from 6:30-7:30 PM at
OCPD Southwest Division
5501 S Portland Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
(A light dinner will be served)
 
 
Registration is required to attend. 
Please register now by clicking HERE.

Crime Patrol Volunteer- Harvest Hills South

Please let us know if you can spare a couple hours a week or month to help protect Harvest Hills South. We have people who can partner with you if needed. We have lost several patrollers due to illness and some have moved out of the neighborhood, so we really need your support. Let us know after you register and one of our patrollers will meet you there.

  • flexible with the scheduling- mornings, afternoon and evening shifts available.

How can we all help

  • Keep your outside lights on at night. Several streets are very dark and welcoming to crime.
  • Make sure we have your contact phone numbers, so the patrollers can call you if you have your garage door open at night.
  • Practice the 9pm rule. At 9pm, you check to make sure your garage and doors are closed and locked.
  • Look at your neighbors across from you to see if theirs is closed too. If theirs are open, call and let them know.

Let’s help protect each other.

Mark Your Calendars: Neighbors Night Out 9/13

Neighborhood events are an opportunity for you, your neighbors and local businesses to forge relationships and build community. We would love to see everyone out making new friends!

Join us from 6pm-8pm for Live Music by local band Shades Of Gray while we play lawn games and Bingo on NW 79th. We will have local food trucks Coits Rootbeer and Hotdogs as well as Oklahoma Kettle Corn, who also serves lemonade. This is an all ages event that will have a bounce house and door prizes.

Crime Watch Patrol Training Monday 6:30PM – Join us

Crime Watch PatrolWe still need more volunteers to join us for the Neighborhood Crime Watch Patrol. If you are interested in being a part of our group, please meet us at the Hefner Rd Police Department. Training is at 6:30-7:30PM Monday night.

This training is sponsored  by Neighborhood Alliance and the Hefner Road Division Police Department.

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The sooner we complete training the sooner we can start to schedule our patrols!

Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.

HHSNA First Meeting of 2018, Thursday, March 15th 7:00PM

PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND PLAN TO JOIN US.

HHSNA will hold our first meeting of 2018, Thursday, March 15th

Northridge Elementary School
7:00 p.m.
Over the last several months, Harvest Hills South has experienced vandalism, break-ins and other issues.  We have heard from several of you and have decided to address these issues.
According to the OKC Police and Neighborhood Alliance, Harvest Hills South has a low crime rate compared to other neighborhoods in the general area.  Something we must keep in mind is that we live in a very large metropolitan city.  As a nice middle class neighborhood we are prone to be targeted by criminals because we are perceived to be easy targets.  Complacency, a feeling that no one will hit us or someone else will take care of the issue, has been and continues to be a problem in our neighborhood.  We are all neighbors and need each others help.
At our meeting, we plan to address these issues and how to combat the problem.  I strongly encourage you and your neighbors to attend this very important meeting.  Without your interest and help, we cannot move forward.  Moving forward, our theme will be “TAKE BACK OUR NEIGHBORHOOD!”
Sandy Payne, President