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Neighborhood & Business Watch


Thursday, November 14, 2013 4:00 PM [RELEASE AT WILL]

 

There will be a free Neighborhood and Business Watch Program Training on November 30, 2013, from 1:00 to 2:30 PM, at the CSPD Sand Creek Division’s Community Room located at 4125 Center Park Drive.

 

This is basic Block Captain training for New Block Captains who have not received the training, Block Captains who want refresher training or anyone in the public who is interested in learning more about Neighborhood/Business Watch Program.

 

Topics:

 

Fast Facts on the Colorado Springs Police Department

When Should I Call the Police?

Difference between an Emergency and Non-Emergency Call

What Should I Do Until the Police Arrive?

What Not To Do Until the Police Arrive?

How Does Neighborhood Watch Fit In?

The Role of the Block Captain and the Neighborhood Watch Group Members

 

If you are a new Block Captain, it is recommend that you bring a 2GB USB stick/flash drive to be able to receive files that will assist you with your Block Captain’s responsibilities.

 

Please Note:  If the CSPD calls for an"Accident Alert" status, this training will be cancelled.

 

No RSVP required, just be there promptly at 1 PM to start the training.

If you have any questions, please call Dennis Moore at 444-7206.