Fall Crime Watch Meetings Start, Mayor Yaede Urges Residents to Follow Crime
Even as crime continues to decrease in
Hamilton according to State Uniform Crime Report data, Mayor Kelly Yaede’s
desire is for residents to take advantage of proactive crime prevention
measures to help the community continue its positive public safety trend.
One way is with Hamilton’s upcoming fall
neighborhood crime watch meetings – beginning on October 21st. Separate meetings are organized for specific
neighborhoods in order to personalize the focus for neighborhood
Meeting Discussion Topics will include Identity
Theft Prevention and Recovery and will provide Crime Prevention Advice and
Literature to attendees.
But if residents are unable to attend their
neighborhood meeting, Mayor Yaede urges residents to use helpful crime
prevention tips available on the Hamilton Township Police’s website (www.HamiltonNJ.com/Police) like its “Virtual Neighborhood Watch” page or
its ‘Simple Tips to Avoid Falling Victim
to Crime’ flyer.
“If you cannot
attend your local crime watch meeting, I urge you to take just a few minutes to
review the helpful crime prevention tips available on our Police Division’s
website. We have made a concerted effort
to provide online crime prevention tips, resources and information for our
residents in an effort to help continue our positive trend when it comes to
public safety,” says Mayor Yaede. “Often, the simplest and most common-sense
tips are the most effective ways to avoid falling victim to crime. Together with our dedicated police officers
and our law-abiding citizens, we can continue to maintain our safety and our
high quality of life all across our community.”
for this fall’s neighborhood crime watch program include:
Date: Tuesday, October 21st
Location: Trenton Catholic Academy –
Address: 175 Leonard Ave.
Neighborhoods/Areas including: Bromley, Greenwood Village, Hamilton Arms, Klockner
Woods, Warner Village, D’Arcy Park, Cypress Gardens, Fairlawn Gardens, Kuser
Village, Nottingham Village, Pond Run
Date: Thursday, October 23rd
Location: Rusling Hose Fire Company
Address: 13 Rennie St.
Neighborhoods/Areas including: Forrest Valley, Deutzville, Decou, Wingate Apts.,
Red Oak Manor, Lalor Gardens, Broad Street Park
Location: McManimon Building/Hall
Address: 320 Scully Ave.
Neighborhoods/Areas including: Russell Terrace, Kuser Park, Liberty St., S. Olden
Ave., McCorristin Square, Project Freedom, Morven Village
Wednesday, October 29th
Location: Nottingham High School –
Address: 1055 Klocker Rd.
Neighborhoods/Areas including: Cornell Heights, Whitehead Manor, Princeton Court,
E. State Ext., Crestwood Sq., Yorkshire Apts.
Thursday, November 13th
Location: Reynolds Middle School –
Address: 2145 Yardville-Ham. Sq. Rd.
Neighborhoods/Areas including: University Heights, Society Hill, Grandville Arms,
Royal Crest Apts., Langtree, Woodmere Apts., Evergreen, Miry Run Apts.
Location: Steinert High School –
Address: 2900 Klockner Rd.
Neighborhoods/Areas including: Golden Crest, Rolling Acres, Sunset Manor,
Briarwood, Abbott Commons, Ravenscroft, Traditions
Thursday, November 20th
Location: Crockett Middle School –
Address: 2631 Kuser Rd.
Groveville, North Crosswicks, Highlands, Extonville, Enchantment, Eagle Rock
Location: Grice Middle School –
Address: 901 Whitehorse- Ham. Sq. Rd.
Neighborhoods/Areas including: White Horse, Colonial Manor, Winding Brook Apts.,
Dover Manor, Whitehorse Gardens, Woodlands, Villages, Locust Hill, Barclay
Village, Pebble Creek, Victoria Apts.
For more information about Hamilton’s Neighborhood
Crime Watch Program, residents can contact the Hamilton Police Division’s Crime
Prevention Unit at 609.581.4034 or
email the Crime Watch Coordinator, Officer Edward Lugo, at firstname.lastname@example.org .