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Bringing Safety Home this Winter
12/15/2012
A time of joy, the holiday season can also be filled with preventable hazards. These practical tips will help you keep yourself, your family, and your neighbors safer this year.
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Building Upon Success
6/12/2006
Winnebago County Neighborhood Watch Program Tackles New Challenge
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Business Watch Brochure
2/15/1992
Along with acting as the "eyes and ears" of local law enforcement, Neighborhood Watch also encourages citizens to take steps to make their own homes and property less vulnerable to the threat of break-ins and vandalism. The following Neighborhood Watch resource material discuss steps you can take to help secure business, and your valuables:
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Business Watch Manual
3/25/2011
Modeled after Neighborhood Watch, Business Watch takes the “neighbors looking out for neighbors” concept to the commercial level, creating a partnership between business, law enforcement, and other organizations that represent business interests. This document is a how to guide for Business Watch.
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Business Watch Public Service Announcement
6/10/2009
Though our partnership with Celebrate Safe Communities, NSA and NCPC were able to create some media files that talk about Business Watch.
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Celebrate Safe Communities
6/23/2008
Overall, the rate of crime has dropped nationally in recent years. Despite this decline cities and communities face localized increases in violence and some property crimes
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Celebrate Safe Communities Public Service Announcement (30 sec)
8/3/2010
30 sec clip about what Celebrate Safe Communiities is about.
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Celebrate Safe Communities Public Service Announcement (60 sec)
8/3/2010
60 sec clip about what celebrate safe communities
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Celebrating the Success of 35 years of Neighborhood Watch
11/11/2009
The National Sheriffs' Association has supported local law enforcement in their efforts to build and encourage local community participation though Neighborhood Watch for the last 35 years. Communities have reduced crime and built strong partnerships
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Celebrating the Success of 40 Years of Neighborhood Watch
10/18/2012
Neighborhood Watch at 40! Learn what the National Sheriffs' Association has done to support the program and where it stands today.
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