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Informative Neighborhood Watch program held at Clallam Bay
Source: Clallam County Sheriff's Department report
A Neighborhood Watch meeting was held by the Clallam County Sheriff's Department at the Clallam Bay Library on Tuesday, Jan. 24 with 27 residents attending.
In attendance from the Sheriff’s Office were Sgt. King, Sgt. Pieper, Deputy Cortani, Code Enforcement Officer Mark Butler, Community Policing Volunteer Al Camin and event organizer Clallam County Sheriff's Office's Community Patrol Services Coordinator Lorraine Shore.
Shore said the aim of the meeting was to make Clallam Bay/Sekiu safer communities. She said there was interest in holding a Map Your Neighborhood Meeting in the future. Map Your Neighborhood is a 90 minute class designed to organize residents to respond in the first hour of a disaster when lives can be saved by quick action. This program is scheduled through the Clallam County Emergency Management office. To schedule a class call (360) 417-2483 or send at email to Penny Linterman at: email@example.com
Neighborhood Watch signs are placed in windows of homes, along roads and in other locations and are an inexpensive crime prevention tool and have proven to deter crime, Shore said. Neighborhood Watch signs can be purchased by logging onto the following website: http://www.sheriffs.org/sites/default/files/uploads/documents/nwcatalog.pdf
The Clallam County Sheriff’s website provides a wealth of information and many residents are very interested in our Anonymous Tip reporting feature that allows residents to report suspicious activity online. Additional programs that are of interest to many residents are Project Lifesaver, Nixle and the Cell Phone Bank where we collect used cell phones that are recycled and provide free emergency cell phones to seniors and victims that cannot afford them.
Sheriff’s website: http://www.clallam.net/Sheriff/
Project Lifesaver: http://www.clallam.net/Sheriff/projectlifesaver.html
9-1-1 Cell Phone Bank: http://www.clallam.net/Sheriff/CellPhoneBankProgram.html
Anonymous Tips: https://crimenet1.olypen.com/cnmaster-c/nwformeml.php?CustID=2
Map Your Neighborhood: http://www.clallam.net/sheriff/communitypolicing.html#myn
Phone Numbers of Interest:
Dispatch (Non-Emergency) 360-417-2459
OPNET (Drug Task Force) 360-417-2578
The Sheriff's Office is also conducting a survey of Clallam County residents regarding their opinion of the Sheriff’s Office in a continuing efforts to improve service to the community. Go to this website to fill out the survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/C8TJ8ZZ
The Sheriff’s office is now on Facebook so let your residents know they can “Like” our page on Facebook and receive valuable information on Crime Prevention tips and news releases: http://www.facebook.com/clallamcountysheriff
The Sheriff’s Volunteers group works with the Sheriff’s Office to improve local communities. Information on volunteering is at: http://www.clallam.net/Sheriff/volunteers.html
The Clallam County Sheriff’s website: http://www.clallam.net/Sheriff/ features a database the public can access that shows all reported crime in their area of Clallam County. Go to CrimeReports.com from the Sheriff's Office website at: http://www.clallam.net/Sheriff/CrimeReports_dotCom.html .