Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch
Neighborhood Watch, also called a crime watch or neighborhood crime watch, is an organized group of citizens devoted to crime prevention within a neighborhood. A neighborhood watch may be organized as its own group or may simply be a function of a neighborhood association. Neighborhood watches are not vigilante organizations. When suspecting criminal activities, members are encouraged to contact authorities and not to intervene. Each neighborhood will have a block captain, which is the contact person designated to attend four meetings each year. This person is responsible to network between his/her neighborhood and their local law enforcement.

Missoula Neighborhood Watch Information

Previous Neighborhood Watch Newsletters

Not sure who the Neighborhood Watch is for your residence? Contact us here and let us help.