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Research has found that Neighborhood Watch is one of the most effective crime prevention programs a community could implement. So far, a block of Tennyson Street has held a meeting and begun the process to get Neighborhood Watch signs on their block. Another neighbor residing on Utica has also initiated the process of organizing a meeting to get Neighborhood Watch signs up. These signs again, are a way to acknowledge that your block is committed to crime prevention through keeping a watchful eye for suspicious activity in the area and potentially at a neighbor’s house. As mentioned on December 2, 2010 on the WeCAN website, www.wecandenver.org, burglaries are up but overall crime statistics are down by over twenty percent in the WeCAN area. Neighborhood Watch can help to identify suspicious activity and further reduce or eradicate
If you have questions regarding Neighborhood Watch and would like additional information about organizing Neighborhood Watch on your street, or reinvigorating a previously existing program, please contact Carolyn Billecci, WeCAN Neighborhood Watch Coordinator, at 720-480-4949.
[Red highlights on the map identify active Neighborhood Watch groups]
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