HELP COMBAT CRIME. BE A NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH BLOCK CAPTAIN!
START A PROGRAM IN YOUR COMMUNITY
The Eastvale Police Department is dedicated to public safety and is offering Eastvale residents an ongoing opportunity to partner in reducing crime and keeping our City safe. Eastvale Police Department is continuously looking for citizens interested in starting an active Neighborhood Watch program.
Neighborhood Watch is a cooperative partnership between neighbors and their police department designed to improve security and reduce crime. Citizens involved with the Eastvale Neighborhood Watch program will learn about the Eastvale Police Department resources and proven principals for increasing security and reducing crime. Public safety is everyone's responsibility, and together we can make a real difference.
There are currently over 1,000 streets in Eastvale and approximately 100 different housing tracts. Our goals is to establish 100 new Block Captains (10%) and we are well on our way to achieving that goal.
If you are interested in forming a Neighborhood Watch program in your area, please contact Deputy Deanna Myers at (951) 955-9225, or email Deputy Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to assist our citizens in their efforts, the City has created a flyer that citizens can download and edit for their personal use in promoting their Neighborhood Watch program and meetings. <Download the flyer>
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