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Neighborhood Watch Block Captain
- Salary/Pay Rate:None - Volunteer
- Posted Date:01/01/2012
Goal of position: Aid the Manhattan Beach Police Department in recognizing and reporting suspicious activity in neighborhoods. Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program which enlists the active participation of residents in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime in their communities. Over 400 residents currently participate as Neighborhood Watch Block Captains in the City of Manhattan Beach.
- Host a Neighborhood Watch meeting
- Participate in a ride-along with a Police Officer
- Take a Station Tour
- Work closely with the Manhattan Beach Police Department
- Act as a liaison between the Police Department and your block
- Be on the lookout for suspicious activity
- Report suspicious activity to the Police Department
Worksite (location): Your neighborhood!
Qualifications Sought: Anyone Can Participate! City Residents, young or old, renter or homeowner!
If you would like to get more information or get involved, please call the Neighborhood Watch Program at (310) 802-5183 or visit the Neighborhood Watch Website.