What is Neighborhood Watch? Human beings living near or next to others must have a certain amount of consideration for one another. The image of the neighborhood is important. Each person must consider every other person.
Time has proven that a few persons in any neighborhood, even in a neighborhood of nations, lack a proper amount of consideration for others. Eventually, people who wish to live in a quiet and peaceful environment must become proactive and assist one another in maintaining order.
Neighborhood Watch is an organized group of neighbors who spend some of their time observing more closely any activity or situation that depreciates the appearance or safety of their community. Neighborhood Watch is, as the name implies, a group of people who see the subtle, and not so subtle changes of their neighborhood. They simply observe and report violations of ordinances and laws to the proper enforcement agencies.
Neighborhood Watch simply consists of neighbors who watch. They report everything from crimes in progress to a slow buildup of weeds and rubbish on a property in their neighborhood. If you are interested in becoming an active member of Neighborhood Watch, call the representative of your neighborhood from the list below for more information.
Questions About Neighborhood Watch?
If you have questions about the Oxnard Neighborhood Watch Program, call 805.385.7668. We will try to answer any questions you may have and forward specific requests to the proper neighborhood watch groups.