Block Captain Meeting RSVP by Sunday
Please spread the word about the next NWCHCA Neighborhood Watch Block Captains Training. If you’re interested in becoming a Block Captain, please come!
Date: Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Time: 7:30 to 9 PM (please come by 7:15 to sign in, so that we can start on time)
Place: MPD 3D Substation, 750 Park Road NW (between Sherman and Georgia Ave)
Who Should Attend: People who want to become Neighborhood Watch Block Captains. Not sure? Please read the attached guide that describes Neighborhood Watch and Block Captain responsibilities. Businesses & Apartments: You can participate too.
Cost: Free! All are welcome, materials and refreshments are also free
RSVP: Please e-mail [email protected] to RSVP by Sunday, December 6.
We will have MPD support and participation!
Samantha Nolan, long-time Neighborhood Watch Director and MPD 2nd District Citizens Advisory Chair will conduct the training session
* Starting and managing Neighborhood Watch programs
* Reporting crime: how to communicate effectively with police
* How communities can take back their neighborhoods by working effectively with police
* Tips for Block Captains and success stories
Samantha will be showing a brand new slide show of actual photographs taken in Columbia Heights. The photos will show real photographs of potential crime scenes. I’m sure that it will be very interesting and educational.
Jason Berry, a Columbia Heights community leader, will present a practical guide to being a Block Captain. Jason has years of experience in community organizing and will help us with the difficult work of outreach.
With the holidays coming, people are going to be busier and busier–please approach your neighbors who you know would make great Block Captains and ask that they put our training on their calendar now.
Greater DC Cares Meeting Wed.
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