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9/1/2010 - Hamilton Police Division Crime Prevention Unit Invites Fellow Hamiltonians to Join Them in “Neighborhood Watch”

Hamilton Police Division Crime Prevention Unit Invites Fellow Hamiltonians to Join Them in “Neighborhood Watch”


Join the Hamilton Police Division and your fellow neighbors around Hamilton Township in the battle against criminal activity


(Hamilton) – Starting Monday, September 13, 2010 and running through Monday, November 15, 2010, the Hamilton Police Division Crime Prevention Unit will be conducting their annual fall Neighborhood Watch meetings throughout Hamilton Township.  Neighborhoods all across Hamilton will be coming together at schools, firehouses and community centers to meet with Crime Prevention officers and personnel to discuss police services in their neighborhood and crime prevention tips.


This fall, the Crime Prevention Department will be discussing a variety of topics, including the many types of personal safety, such as travel safety, carjacking, robbery, hotel/motel safety, purse snatchings and much more.  In addition, tips for making your automobile safer against burglary attempts will be discussed.


“Hamilton residents are the eyes and ears of the community.  We as a police force rely on them every day to report suspicious and criminal activity.  Neighborhood Watch is a great way to earn the trust of our residents and build lasting relationships,” says Chief of Police James W. Collins. 


“As Public Safety Director, nothing is more important to me than keeping ‘America’s Favorite Hometown’ safe and secure.  Neighborhood Watch is a proactive way to help keep our citizens informed and safer in their everyday lives,” added Mayor John Bencivengo. 


To find out when a Neighborhood Watch meeting will be taking place in your neighborhood or to start a Neighborhood Watch chapter in your neighborhood, contact Detective Steve Fabian at 581-4034 or e-mail at