What is Neighborhood Watch?
Neighborhood Watch is a citizens' organization devoted to preventing crime and vandalism within a neighborhood. It is through coordination and cooperation with the Winston-Salem Police Department that members learn non-intervention ways to deter crime. Neighborhood Watch members are to stay alert to unusual activity and contact the authorities.
Information on starting a Neighborhood Watch in your community [pdf/120kb/2p].
Neighborhood Watch Coordinator
Officer G. K. Wykle
Neighborhood Watch Association
All Neighborhood Watch groups are a part of the Neighborhood Watch Association.
The next Neighborhood Watch Association meeting will be held at the Beaty Training and Support Center (1200 N. Patterson Ave.) on Thursday, January 12, 2017, at 7:00 p.m.
Personnel from the city's Community and Business Development Department will be present that night to discuss the differences between Neighborhood Associations and Neighborhood Watch.
The next event for the Neighborhood Watch Association will be the National Night Out Banquet. The National Night Out Banquet will be held on November 22, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. Invitations were mailed out to the groups that became eligible for the banquet by hosting a National Night Out event.
Any questions should be directed to Officer G. K. Wykle at 336-407-6013 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Safety tips and crime prevention information can be found by visiting Crime Prevention.
See crimes by type and address on the Crimemapping site - here's how! [video]
CrimeMapping Search Tips [pdf/580kb/7p]
National Night Out 2017
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods a safer, better place to live.
National Night will be observed on Tuesday, August 1.
Registration information will be posted at a later date.
Questions can be directed to Officer G. K. Wykle at 336-407-6013 or the Community Resources Unit at 336-773-7835.
Additional Neighborhood Resources
Neighborhood Watch and Neighborhood Association's Web Sites