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 neighborhoods with an evening filled […]
The next meeting of the South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch group will be Aug. 30th at 7 p.m. at the South Norfolk Library.
UPDATE ON PETITION: The petition with 621 Signatures on it was presented to Chesapeake City Council Tuesday night. It was well received and Mayor Krasnoff expressed to the manager to get with the appropriate departments and find out if this is something that can be done. Councilman Davis then asked that the Manager look into […]CONTINUE READING →
The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch is reaching out to City Staff and City Council on August 9th in a community and city effort to move the 2nd Precinct. We want to see the 2nd Precinct moved to the old South Norfolk Library site along Poindexter Street which is one of our main corridor street undergoing realization to […]CONTINUE READING →
SECOND PRECINCT Second Precinct officers eagerly participated in the “Annual Build a Bike Event” which took place in Western Branch in mid-May; there volunteers combined talents with 240 under privileged children to help each child put their very own new bike together. Second Precinct Officers attended (5) five civic league meetings during this reporting period: […]CONTINUE READING →