How to Help
The key is to know your neighbors. You will need to know your neighbors' working hours and habits, which neighbors have dogs, how many children are in each family, the kind of car they own, etc. When you know these things, it becomes easier to spot suspicious people or to identify cars or trucks that are not normally in the neighborhood.
Neighborhood Watch hopes to provide a way for neighbors to help neighbors in keeping an eye on each other's property and possessions. If everyone participates, a Neighborhood Watch program can work to reduce crime and make your neighborhood a safer place.
For more information on Neighborhood Watch, please contact Olga Hernandez
at (909) 350-7758 or Wendy Ratcliffe
at (909) 356-7159.