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Crime Prevention Education - ID Theft Tips
Wed, April 19, 2017, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM PDT
Join your neighbors to attend a series of crime prevention workshops held at the Pleasant Hill Senior Center located at 233 Gregory Lane on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 4 pm to 5 pm.
These informative workshops are designed to train citizens how to recognize and report suspicious activities in their neighborhoods, implement crime prevention strategies such as home security improvements and to make our community safer through the Neighborhood Watch Program.
The next workshop is Wednesday, April 19, 2017 and the topic is ID Theft. Information will be presented to cover ID Theft prevention along with how to organize your own Neighborhood Watch program.
Future scheduled Crime Prevention Workshops include...
Security Cameras & Residential Alarms on Wednesday, May 17th
Click Here to RSVP: Crime Prevention - Cameras & Alarms
Social Media and Cyber Security on Wednesday, June 21st
Click Here to RSVP: Crime Prevention - Internet Security
RSVP here or call (925) 798-8788
Seating is limited...save your seat today!
The Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff and the Pleasant Hill Police Department are expanding the Neighborhood Watch Program throughout Pleasant Hill and updating previously organized neighborhoods.
Neighborhood Watch is a program designed for neighbors to get to know each other, to look out for each other and to preserve neighborhoods and property. The program is about citizens and law enforcement working together to reduce crime in our neighborhoods.
For more information contact Pete Sabine (925) 297-5335 or Pete@ContraCostaLiving.com
What is Neighborhood Watch?
• Training citizens how to recognize and report suspicious activities in their neighborhoods
• Citizens implementing crime prevention strategies such as home security improvements
• Neighbors looking out for each other
Why do we have Neighborhood Watch?
• There can’t be a law enforcement officer on every corner, so citizen involvement is essential
• The citizens are the “eyes and ears” of our neighborhoods, which can aid investigations
Neighborhood Watch does not have to be an all-consuming program...
Together, we can make our community safer through the Neighborhood Watch Program
Connect with your Pleasant Hill neighbors...http://facebook.com/pleasanthillneighborhoodwatch