Phelan community residents who want to learn more about the benefits of the Neighborhood Watch Program are urged to attend a special meeting organized by First District Supervisor Robert Lovingood’s office in collaboration with the High Desert Association of Realtors, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department and San Bernardino County Fire on Dec. 13 at 6 p.m.
Neighborhood watch is one of the oldest and most effective crime prevention programs in the county. The program aims to bring citizens together in order to make communities, like Phelan, safer. The program strengthens communities, heightens awareness of your surroundings and allows neighbors to collaborate with law enforcement representatives.
Representatives from the Citizens on Patrol (C.O.P.S.), San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, First District Supervisor’s Office and San Bernardino County Fire are scheduled to attend.
The Neighborhood Watch presentation will begin at 6pm on Wednesday, Dec. 13 at the Phelan Community Center, 4128 Warbler Road, Unit B Phelan, CA 92371.
For additional information, contact Susan Drake at First District Supervisor Robert Lovingood’s office at (760) 995-8100, firstname.lastname@example.org or follow Supervisor Robert Lovingood on Facebook.
(Robert A. Lovingood news release)
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