The La Jolla Town Council will help you arrange your first Neighborhood Watch meeting on your block. A representative from the committee will attend the meeting with the SDPD Community Relations Officer (CRO) and help you understand what it takes to keep your home and neighborhood safe.
The San Diego Police Department works with the community to proved information on safety and maintain Neighborhood Watch programs
BLOCK CAPTAINS INFORMATION FOR MEETING
This flyer explains how to get started and what will be covered at the first meeting
SAFETY TIPS FOR
Print this flyer to hand out to participants in your Neighborhood Watch at the first meeting
AT FIRST MEETING
This information will be presented at the first Neighborhood Watch meeting by a Community Relations Officer from the SDPD
This information will be presented at the first Neighborhood Watch meeting by a member of the La Jolla Town Council
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH TOOLS
Stay connected to your community by joining Nextdoor and stay up to date with the Crime and Safety tool on Nextdoor.
Ring Video Doorbell and Video Motion Sensors allow you to see who is at your door even when you are not home.
Emergencies include crimes that are in progress or about to happen, and ones that have resulted in serious personal injury, property damage, or property loss.
Almost all auto-burglaries have one thing in common, something valuable left in the car, often in PLAIN SIGHT of a passing burglar.
The La Jolla Town Council organized the Public Safety Committee to track and solve public safety issues in our community, communicate the residents of La Jolla's concerns with the San Diego Police Department, Fire Department, and Lifeguard Department and develop and maintain our Neighborhood Watch program. We partner with San Diego Neighborhood Watch for training seminars and resources.