The watch program is strictly a non-intervention watch program. It is designed
for the residence of each home to watch the property of the three home across
from them and the one on each side. A form is available to help with this process
to make it very easy to collect information such as phone and email address and
who to call in an emergency.
You can download a print the Neighborhood
Watch Program form and those to
pass out to your neighbors when you visit by clicking
If you need printed copies, please send an
email to LRNA@cox.net.
don't have to drive around on patrol or even leave your house to be part of the
program. We don't want anyone to put themselves in any danger. It is really about
watching, listening, recording and reporting. When
you see any car or person that is not familiar to you, take a picture if you
can, especially of the car and license number (most cell phones have a camera
feature). Take your pocket camera with you when you walk.
Meet your neighbors. Get their cell phone numbers. Agree to let each other
know when you are not home for extended times. Share ideas. Let your neighbor
know if they leave their garage door open at night. Any of these activities are
part of the Neighborhood Watch Program. It is easier than you think.
Most Importantly is that you sign-up. Crime Watch education
and other benefits including sales tax exceptions for having an official crime
watch program registered with the city. This program also gives us additional
access to police services.
Thank you and let’s make Lakeridge Run a crime free zone.