Just like any other community, the citizens of Monroe worry about crime and violence in their neighborhoods. Thanks to the city and the Monroe Police Department, there will soon be a new way for concerned citizens to be proactive.
Neighborhood E-Watch is a way for current and future neighborhood watch programs to communicate with citizens and police officers about what's going on in their neighborhoods. It's designed to provide citizens with monthly neighborhood crime reports, crime alerts, resident surveys, crime prevention messages, and community service messages.
The program is great for anyone in the community who would like get involved and know more about what's going on in their neighborhoods but may not have the time to attend neighborhood watch meetings. If you're interested in having your neighborhood watch program added to the system, or you'd like to know more about how you can help with any type of neighborhood watch program, contact Community Resource Officer Mike Worley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-360-2206.
While it's not yet clear how citizens can sign up for notifications, Officer Worley says the program is currently a "work in progress." You can read more about what Worley has to say about the program in a letter posted on The Voice of Monroe at MainstreetMonroe.com.
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