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Tucson, AZ - Neighborhood Watch Training
All Day Event
300 South Fire Central Place
Tucson, AZ 85701
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June 3 & 4 (Two Day Training)
Who Should Attend
• Sheriffs’ deputies and police officers who work as Neighborhood Watch Liaisons
• Law Enforcement Officers new to crime prevention and the Neighborhood Watch principles
• Community members who take a leading role in Neighborhood Watch in their community
• Anyone who cares about changing the culture of their neighborhoods
• Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis via this website
• Questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org
• There is no registration fee to attend
• Lunch and Snacks are not provided
• Hotel accommodations and travel expenses must be paid by individual departments
The training location is included at the top of this page and will be sent to those attending closer to the training date. Class starts at 8:30am each day and will go to 4:30pm or 5pm depending on class need. Community members are encouraged to register but must keep in mind the materials are directed towards law enforcement agencies and not for those organizing an individual group.
For 40 years, Neighborhood Watch has enhanced public safety by creating community-based partnerships to fight crime and improve the quality of neighborhood life. In a continuing effort to promote professionalism in law enforcement and to build positive police, community relations, the National Sheriffs’ Association, in cooperation with the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, has created the Neighborhood Watch-USAonWatch(NW-UOW) Toolkit Training for law enforcement agencies across the nation.
During this training the three new topics will be covered which are older adult safety, bullying and forclosure. The training modules focuses on common crimes and community concerns. Overall, the goal of this module is to provide law enforcement and watch groups with basic knowledge about those issues impacting our communities. The intent of all the topics covered within the training time is to start community discussion and build successful community partnerships with law enforcement.
Further 3 hours of the training will be dedicated to the PACT360 suite of drug education and prevention programs contained within the NW Toolkit. The module contents were specifically developed to address the needs of parents, parent teacher organizations and neighborhood watch groups. Participants will learn to deliver comprehensive information about drug education and prevention.