Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch is one of the most effective and least costly ways to prevent crime. Since 1972, when the National Sheriff’s Association implemented the program, Neighborhood Watch has meant neighbors watching out for each other, working on neighborhood problems, and making themselves safer by working with law enforcement. Community involvement is one of the most effective ways to prevent burglaries and other crimes in Aliso Viejo. Neighborhood Watch brings along the power of organization and the ability to focus energy and resources.

Neighborhood Watch trainings include:
•    Recognize and report suspicious activity
•    Home Security/Vehicle Security
•    Identity Theft Prevention
•    Personal Safety
•    Internet Safety

By working together with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, Aliso Viejo residents can help improve the safety and security of their community. For additional information about Neighborhood Watch, call (949) 425-2563.

  • National Crime Prevention Council (ncpc.org)
  • California Attorney General’s Office (oag.ca.gov)

 

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