How To: Start a Neighborhood Watch Program in Your Community

Starting a neighborhood watch program is a great way to better know those around you and contribute something that everyone will benefit from: a safer neighborhood. Though some areas may already have a watch program in place, those looking to create one will be surprised at how easy it is to organize a group, and there are several organizations throughout the nation that can help make the process even easier.     Read the article………………


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