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How Neighborhood Watch Works:
Neighborhood Watch is a Community Policing partnership program that rapidly expanded nation-wide in the 1970’s to combat significant increases in residential crime.  This program depends on citizen involvement to prevent and discourage crime and reduce fear by taking certain home, property, and personal self-protection precautions, really getting to know and look out for neighbors, and reporting crimes and suspicious activities to the police.   Neighborhood Watch in the city of El Paso is an El Paso Police Department program and the department determines its policy.  Today, we have over 600 such programs, and this concept has also expanded to schools, apartments, parks, and businesses.

Getting Started:
Visit your block neighbors with this page or have a get-together to promote it, stimulate interest and enlist helpers, and gather program support from them.  Call the phone number below for police information and assistance on your questions.  Once you have the active support from half of your block, designate a Block Captain and Co-Captain to serve as block coordinators and liaisons with the police for information and educational literature.  Establish a means to keep all your residents informed of these communications.

Your Direct Police Contact:
For any additional information on this program or to start one up now, contact the Crime Prevention Officer below for your city area:

NORTH EAST
REGIONAL COMMAND

(NERCC)
759-2000

CRIME PREVENTION
OFFICE

759-2004

 
WEST SIDE
REGIONAL COMMAND

(WSRCC)
585-6124

CRIME PREVENTION
OFFICE

585-6109/585-6124

 
CENTRAL
REGIONAL COMMAND

(CRCC)
577-5000

CRIME PREVENTION
OFFICE

838-8013

 
PEBBLE HILLS
REGIONAL COMMAND

(PHRCC)
599-5500

CRIME PREVENTION
OFFICE

599-5898

 
MISSION VALLEY
REGIONAL COMMAND

(MVRCC)
872-3723

CRIME PREVENTION
OFFICE

872-3703

 
 
 
 
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