Community Watch is a crime prevention program
that involves citizens working with each other and with law enforcement
agencies to reduce crime and victimization in their communities.
The goal of Community Watch is to make criminals aware that every
move is being watched and will be reported to the police.
Report any suspicious activity to the Greensboro Police
by calling 911.
Police - Fire - Ambulance: 911
Police: (336) 373-2222
Crime Stoppers: (336) 373-1000
Police Community Resource Officer Steven Roberts (336) 373-7707
Guilford County Sherriff: (336) 641-3694
NC Highway Patrol: (336) 334-5621
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assualt Crisis: (336) 273-7273
Advice from Community Resource Officer,
HIDE. LOCK. TAKE.
HIDE your things. Do not leave valuables in plain sight in your
LOCK your vehicle doors. Most thefts are from unlocked vehicles.
TAKE your keys and any valuables into the house.
A common crime committed in neighborhoods is theft of items from
unlocked cars. Please remember to lock your vehicles. If we are
no longer easy targets, the theives will stay away.
Other issues are vandalism and loitering at the park. The Association
spends a lot of money to make the park a nice place and some area
juveniles have written graffiti on playground equipment, tables/benches,
and the dock. If you witness any vandalism, please take pictures
and report it to the police and our property manager.
Kim Mullins, Association Manager
PO Box 4408- Greensboro, NC 27404