Neighborhood Watch is one of the oldest and most effective crime prevention strategy programs in the country. It brings the citizens and the police together to deter crime and make communities safer. The premise of Neighborhood Watch is for the citizens of a community to organize themselves and work with law enforcement to watch out for each other. The goal is reduce the opportunities for crimes to occur.
No one knows your neighborhood better than you. You will recognize strangers, strange vehicles, or suspicious activity and can report that to our agency.
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH TIPS:
What to Look For in Your Neighborhood:
How to Protect Your Home and Neighborhood:
If you are interested in starting a Neighborhood Watch program in your neighborhood or if you have any questions, please contact Commander Tiffany Layson at 904-247-5876 or via email.
If you are going out of town and would like for us to check your property, please fill out the Vacation Watch Request Form and return it by dropping it off, mailing it, or emailing it to Commander Layson.