Intent of the neighborhood watch program
- Build a partnership with the community to reduce crime and improve livability
- Instill a greater sense of security while reducing the fear of crime
- Create a “sense of community” and put the “neighbor” back into the neighborhood
Purpose of a neighborhood watch program
- Reducing the risk of begin a crime victim
- Being better prepared to respond to suspicious activity
- Greater access to criminal activity information
- Getting to know your neighbors
- Reducing the fear of crime and making your neighborhood more livable
- Allowing other issues of concern to be addressed
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department –
Neighborhood Watch Program
Citizens can now report non-emergency crimes using Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s Online Reporting System.
Instead of calling the Crime Reporting Unit, simply file a report online, and the report number will be emailed to you. Only crimes involving larceny, harassing phone calls, theft from auto, financial ID theft or property damage can be filed online. People with emergencies, however, should still call 911.
Community Police Coordinators
Ofc. Jonathan Overcash (Badge #3470)
firstname.lastname@example.org 704-558-4986 (Pager)
Community Coordinators North Division
10430-R Harris Oaks Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28269
704 432-3801 (Office)
704-432-3823 (Regional Office with voicemail)