Tuesday August 1st, 2017 National Night Out (America’s Night Out Against Crime) is a community-police awareness event held the first Tuesday in August by communities all over America. In partnership with our local law enforcement members and our businesses and community organizations, we promote neighborhood safety and improving the quality of life in our […]
The next meeting of the South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch group will be April 17th at 7 p.m. at the Chesapeake Avenue United Methodist Church. Meetings are held on the third Monday of the month at the Chesapeake Avenue United Methodist Church.
The most important benefits of being involved in your own Neighborhood Watch program are: Neighborhood policing by you and your neighbors, together with your own police, creates a greater sense of security, well-being, and reduction of fear of crime because you know you and your neighbors will “LOOK OUT FOR EACH OTHER.” Reduce the risk […]CONTINUE READING →
SECOND PRECINCT Several Second Precinct supervisors and officers participated in the “Pancakes for Police” event that was held at and sponsored by Liberty Tax Service. This was the manager’s way of showing appreciation for those who serve and protect the community. Second Precinct Honor Guard officers lead a joint detail with Oscar Smith High School […]CONTINUE READING →
SECOND PRECINCT Second Precinct personnel volunteered to participate in an “Ice Cream with a Cop” event at Indian River High School. Students stood in line, during their lunch break, while Second Precinct supervisors and officers served them ice cream. This event continues to build positive interactions between police officers and citizens within the community. The […]CONTINUE READING →