Jan 4, 2013

Interested in the Neighborhood Foot Patrol?

Did you know that we have a group of neighbors that have started a Neighborhood Foot Patrol? Are you interested in joining this group and walking around the neighborhood keeping an eye on things?

Don't know what a Foot Patrol does? Here's the scoop: A Foot Patrol is a trained group of volunteers organized to increase the safety and livability of their neighborhood. They walk their neighborhood streets, parks, or schools to deter crime and report incidents and problems, rather than sit back and hope that someone else will take care of any crime or livability problems. Foot Patrol members are actively and directly involved in solving those problems in a community-based, non-confrontational manner. Foot Patrols collaborate with the City's Crime Prevention Coordinators, police, neighborhood coalitions and associations, schools, parks personnel, and area businesses to help make sure that neighborhood problems receive a prompt and effective response. A Foot Patrol is a great way to meet like-minded people, contribute to your community, and get some exercise too!

 If you are interested in joining this group, please send an email to: msafootpatrol@gmail.com

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