Our Communities

It is a fact of life that relationships in many of today's communities have become less personal than they were years ago. Families are more transient, children have more activities that take them and their parents away from home, and there are more families with both parents working and/or deployed. The once-familiar sight of families visiting with each other on front porches while keeping a watchful eye on children and activities in the neighborhood is a rarity in most communities today. This trend away from personal contact in the neighborhood and the decrease in time families spend at home are two of the essential ingredients that make communities ripe for crimes of opportunity, such as burglary.

Our Communities

The Neighborhood Watch Program... are people;

Who are willing to communicate with each other and pass along crime and non-crime related neighborhood information. Established groups that are educated in crime prevention, trained to observe suspicious activity and report the activity, to each other and the police.

A community – police partnership. Neighbors coming together to help each other ...not become victims of crime. Learning to identify suspicious activity and reporting the activity to neighbors and the police.

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Reporting a Crime is a Simple Click away

"Report a Crime" (NON-Emergency) Online Form

Non Emergency reporting and requirements

Reporting an Emergency

If it is an Emergency, call 911 immediatly

Community Events

During course of the year, the Directorate of Emergencies Services and the Police/Provost Marshals Division hosts and participates in numerous installation wide community events. We will do our best to post these events by date and location as they are made available.