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Neighborhood Watch
"See it - Report it"
 
Schenectady's Neighborhood Watch was formed in the late '70s, with an initial seven members, working under the direction of Schenectady Police Sergeant Raymond Wemple.

Today, with nearly two hundred members, the Watch holds meetings in many of Schenectady's neighborhoods, maintains regular patrols and provides information about suspicious activities to the police. The following is a list of monthly meetings of the Schenectady Neighborhood Watch. All are invited to attend. One service, Child Find, is credited with saving the lives of a number of small children and adults in need of care, and is called several times a month to help police with urgent searches.

The group also provides security and assistance for area events and races. Center.

The Neighborhood Watch works under the auspices of the Police Department of the City of Schenectady.



To Join the Neighborhood Watch, print, then fill out the form below and send to location specified on form.
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