The whole idea is to make everyone aware that Neighborhood Watch is an effective anti-crime movement across the country. When everyone is looking out for each other, everyone is a lot safer in city suburbs as well as in rural communities. It not only lowers crime, it builds stronger bonds within communities and neighborhoods which can improve a community’s overall quality of life.
Toledo Neighborhood Watch meets the third Tuesday of the month. This time it’s July 16th, 5:30pm at the new police station, just downhill from the JC Market. There is no cost to attend. Newly appointed Police Chief Michael Pace will play a strong role in instituting and managing the program to enhance Neighborhood Watch participation and neighborhood awareness.