Neighborhood Watch Programs
National Neighborhood Watch Program
Community members involved in a local Neighborhood Watch program serve as the extra “eyes and ears” that can help protect your community. Neighborhood Watch members should report their observations of suspicious activities to their local law enforcement. Trained law enforcement should be the only ones ever to take action; National Neighborhood Watch encourages all watch groups to register with our national database at www.nnw.org where multiple resources are made available to assist in the training and maintaining of Neighborhood Watch groups and its members.
Neighborhood Watch works because it reduces opportunities for crime to occur.
The National Neighborhood Watch program empowers citizens to become active in community efforts through participation in Neighborhood Watch groups. The goal of this site is to provide information, technical support and resources to local law enforcement agencies and citizens.
Guidelines and Procedures for Use of Logos
Each year, NSA (National Sheriff's Assoc.) receives dozens of requests from law enforcement agencies, and community groups who wish to use the National Neighborhood Watch logo on their own materials. You can find information on this and other topics involved on the website listed below.
For more detailed information on how to develop your own Neighborhood Watch Program please go to the NATIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH – A DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL SHERIFFS' ASSOCIATION. (click below)