Mission

Citizens For a Safer San Leandro is dedicated to empowering the community to work together to prevent crime, resolve issues and participate in disaster preparedness training through enhanced communication, neighborhood associations, the San Leandro Police Department, the Alameda County Fire Department, public agencies and the City of San Leandro.

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Neighborhood Watch Group Starter Kit

Below is a compilation of resources from several local and national sources, combined with CSSL's own tools, to help you start a neighborhood watch in your community.
 

I. INTRODUCTION AND HOW TO START A GROUP

  1. Letter from Police Chief Attarian
  2. San Leandro Police Department
  3. Checklist for starting a Neighborhood Watch program
  4. National Crime Prevention Council Tools & resources to get started or Maintain a Neighborhood Watch Program
  5. Neighborhood Watch Program, article Detailed steps on how to get started

II. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

  1. Broadmoor Neighborhood Association “Neighbor to Neighbor” Tools for Holding Meetings with Your Neighbors
  2. National Night Out website Registration, Info, Superstore
  3. National Crime Prevention Council McGruff House Program Overview McGruff House-Getting Started

III. FLYERS, HANDOUTS, INFORMATIONAL PAGES

  1. National Neighborhood Watch Institute Signs, posters, books
  2. Citizens for a Safer San Leandro: