The Sheriff's Office utilized grant funds to take advantage of a national training, offered by the National Sheriffs' Association, and gained extensive training in establishing Neighborhood Watches that can be catered to each community. The Sheriff's Office utilizes the training and resources available at www.usaonwatch.org, and encourages all local groups to visit this website and register their Neighborhood Watches. Click here to download a brochure and learn more about these resources.
If your community is interested in establishing a Neighborhood Watch Program, please contact our office @ 828-837-2589. An officer will assist your neighborhood in coordinating a meeting, completing a basic home security audit and assist your neighborhood in obtaining Community Watch signs.
Some helpful documents:
Home Security Checklist - Home burglaries can be prevented. This survey can be used to ensure that a private residence is secure.
Personal Property Identification Form - This form, which can be used to record the description, serial numbers, and value of items most likely to be stolen, can help in the identification of recovered articles.