Has your street organized a Block Watch? Did you know that the Block Watch framework is a great way to keep your neighborhood safe? Yes, we do have online communications through Next Door and Facebook, but why not start your own email group through block watch? Also, we need to remember that not all neighbors are online, especially the elderly.
This Thursday’s EastPAC meeting will focus on The Block Watch program with special presentations by Terrie Johnston, our SPD Crime Prevention Coordinator, as well as Karen Berge and Deborah Greer, founders of the West Seattle Block Watch Captains’ Network. Karen and Deb have done a fantastic job organizing a very active block watch network- and they are coming to tell us how they did it!
There will be materials and opportunities to sign up for your own Block Watch during the meeting, as well as time for your questions and concerns.
The East Precinct Command staff will be present for precinct updates and community concerns as well.
Mark your calendars:
EastPAC Neighborhood Safety Meeting
Thursday, March 26, 2015
6:30 to 8:00 PM
Seattle University, Chardin Hall, room 142
1020 East Jefferson (enter at 11th and Jefferson)
See you all on Thursday!