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The USAonWatch Resource Center is a point of access to information and publications that will assist you and your group in building a watch group. Our goal is to provide you content regarding crime prevention, community response, networking programs, starting a group, revitalizing, or general community information. All of our publications can be found in the Publications Library. However, contained on this page and in linking pages are direct links to many of the resources you are looking for. Please come back from time to time as we are always working to improve the resources we provide.

Law Enforcement Resources-explains how to login and access documents that we have locked down within the publication library that are only for law enforcement.

Official Publications – these are publications that USAonWatch has created in direct response to requests for information by law enforcement and citizens.

Publications Library

Pandemic Publications-created to assist law enforcement and watch group coordinators with educating watch members about a pandemic.

Meeting Topics/Tips – A list of meeting topics and ideas for your group.

Newsletters- search our database of articles on other programs and resources.

Sample Documents- items created by the field that might be helpful for organizing.

Starting A Group – Basic information about starting a group and what the program is all about.

Toolkit Resources- resources that are found within our Neighborhood Watch Toolkit

Training – USAonWatch provides training throughout the country for law enforcement and citizen organizers.

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