Hesperia Neighborhood Watch Programs

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Neighborhood Watch Program

Reduce Crime in Your Community
  • Get to know your neighbors
  • Schedule neighborhood events like block parties and barbecues to strengthen neighbor relationships
  • Learn how to look for and report suspicious activity
  • Keep an eye on each other’s homes and property to safeguard from criminal activity
  • Keep cooperative efforts healthy and strong

Starting a Community Watch Program

If you are interested in starting a Neighborhood Watch program in your area, please contact Sue Rose with the Hesperia Police at (760) 947-1500.

Residents are trained to recognize and report suspicious activity in their neighborhoods and to implement specific crime prevention techniques involving:

  • Lighting
  • Locks
  • Alarms
  • Landscaping

Neighborhood Safety Since 1972

Neighborhood Watch is a national crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of neighborhood residents in cooperation with law enforcement personnel to reduce crime in their communities.

This program had its start in 1972 when the National Sheriffs’ Association developed the original program. At the time, Police chiefs and sheriffs from around the country were looking for a program that would decrease the increasing burglary rate across the country and Neighborhood Watch seemed to be an ideal tool in the fight against crime.

City of Hesperia Neighborhood Watch

In Hesperia, Neighborhood Watch programs have come and gone over the years. It has been proven that an active neighborhood watch program can significantly reduce crime in a community.
Ongoing Neighborhood Watch meetings and events in a neighborhood keep the program alive. Quarterly meetings are held to update block captains on current crimes trends in the community. Citizens working with law enforcement in a joint partnership is a highly successful means of keeping a community safe.

For more information, please contact Susan Rose at (760) 947-1500.

Additional Crime Prevention Programs

Community Education Initiatives

Police department professionals deliver expert training and advice to the community in a variety of community education subject areas upon request.

For more information, please contact Susan Rose at (760) 947-1500.

WeTip

WeTip promises and ensures absolute anonymity, not just confidentiality. The Hesperia Police Department subscribes to WeTip and actively investigates crimes and suspicious circumstances reported by this service.

Citizens can participate in WeTip by dialing (800) 78-CRIME, or by accessing the WeTip website.

You Are Not Alone (YANA)

The purpose of YANA is to maintain contact with the elderly and disabled persons who live alone within the City of Hesperia.

For more information, please contact Susan Rose at (760) 947-1500.