YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN THE VENTURA NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH NETWORK
WHAT IS A NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH?
o Organized and trained volunteer citizens
o The extra eyes and ears of the Orlando Police Department (OPD)
o It’s a partnership between the OPD Neighborhood Watch Unit and citizens of Orlando
o NW members do NOT patrol the community, but are to observe and report to OPD. Call 911 if you have any concerns about suspicious activity.
BASIC PARTS OF A NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH
o Two training sessions per year: Ventura Emergency Response Team Annual Meeting – usually in June; pertinent safety and security issues such as – holiday shopper safety; securing property before vacation; preventing identity theft, etc.
o Free Home Security Survey – Community Policing Division Officer at (407) 246-2461
o Reporting Report suspicious activity by calling 9-1-1 Call the non-emergency hotline for other, less serious concerns – 321 235 5200 or 321 235 5300
o Operation Identification – Ventura has 4 Engravers available for residents to borrow. See the receptionist at the Administration Building.
Free electric engraver provided after second training meeting
Engrave valuables with Drivers License Number or other identifying number – do not use your Social Security number
o Crimereports.Com or crimestoppers.com are good web sites to check out
Want to become involved with the Ventura Neighborhood Watch Network?
Contact Marsha Davis at 407 281 9103 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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