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Neighborhood Watch Kickoff Meeting – June 7, 2012

The first meeting of the Neighborhood Watch will be after the North End Public Safety Meeting on Thursday, June 7th, 6:30 pm at the Nazzaro Community Center, 30 N. Bennet Street.

Carolyn MacNeil, Director of Neighborhood Watch with the Boston Police Department, will introduce Neighborhood Watch and distribute informational brochures. North End Resident Brian Brandt will discuss aspects of the program and how volunteers can help. Q&A will follow. Register as a volunteer after Q&A. Please be aware that neighborhood watch program volunteers are not expected to participate in patrolling activities. There are numerous ways to help, even just signing up to the program as a watchful, caring and concerned neighbor. Learn more on June 7, 2012.

Thursday, June 7, 2012
Nazzaro Community Center
30 N. Bennet Street
Public Safety Meeting – 6:30 PM
Neighborhood Watch Meeting – 7:00 PM

Submitted by Brian Brandt

One Reply to “Neighborhood Watch Kickoff Meeting – June 7, 2012

  1. As Director McNeil stated at the LAST Public Safety meeting, these groups are effective on a Street by Street or BLock by Block basis and smaller in-home meetings of neighbors is the preferable way to organize these neighborhood watch groups. So if Mr. Brandt wants to organize a neighborhood watch group for whichever street he lives on in the North End, The North End does not need any one individual appointing himself in charge of the Neighborhood watch program. Mr. Brandt should host a meeting IN HIS APARTMENT as should any other individual who wants to organize a NWG for his/her STREET (NOT THE ENTIRE NORTH END) . This large meeting is a waste of everyone’s time.

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