Who conducts the Neighborhood Watch meetings?
The police department will assign an officer to conduct research on the crime statistics in your neighborhood watch area, and you will work with this officer on determining the parameters of your Neighborhood Watch area. After the officer conducts crime analysis, you’ll set the community meeting date with them. At the community meeting, the officer will present information about crime in your neighborhood, and they will also present some crime prevention information.

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1. Can I schedule a tour of your facility?
2. What is the most common way burglars enter homes?
3. There is no crime in our neighborhood. Should we still try to start a Neighborhood Watch?
4. I don't like to go to a lot of meetings. Can I still be a Neighborhood Watch participant?
5. Who conducts the Neighborhood Watch meetings?
6. Won't the Neighborhood Watch program just result in a lot of frivolous and unnecessary calls to the police?
7. How do we get started?
8. How do we obtain Neighborhood Watch signs?
9. What type of crime prevention programs are available in Wheat Ridge?
10. Is there a crime prevention program specific to businesses?
11. Will an officer speak to my civic group?
12. Can a criminal justice major work in the department while attending school?