Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch is most successful when a majority of homes in the community participate.  At least one house on each section of a block is desirable.  This vital program enhances the safety of our community, prevents damage and theft.

 

To find out more about the Neighborhood Watch Program, please contact Cathy Cook at (402) 457-5696

 

 

To view crime reports in the area  

Home Security Tips

  • Lock up your home, even if you go out only for a short time. Many burglars just walk in through an unlocked door or window.

  • Don’t leave notes for service people or family members on the door. These act as a welcome mat for a burglar.

  • If the entrances to your home are dark, consider installing lighting with an infrared detector. Most thieves don’t want to be observed trying to get in a door.

  • If someone comes to your door asking to use the phone to call a mechanic or the police, keep the door locked and make the call yourself.


- Have an active Neighborhood Watch Program

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