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Neighborhood Watch Program Meeting – Thursday, September 11, 2014 (7pm-9pm)

The Lincoln Park Neighborhood Watch Program will be hosting their first bi-monthly meeting on Thursday, September 11, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm in the Lincoln Park Community Policing Building located at 1394 Cleophus (Across the street from the Police Department).

The topic of the meeting will be “Using Your Participant Handbooks and Worksheets.” If you have already received your Participant Handbook, please bring it with you that night. If you have not already received it, you will be given one that evening.

The meeting will also provide time for members to share concerns that they may have or ask questions.

If you plan on attending or have any questions, please email Michael Parr (email gmparr714@gmail.com or call 313-381-3217).

Status of Neighborhood Watch Members prior to 2012

Members of the Lincoln Park Neighborhood Watch Program prior to September 2012 are required to re-register with the new program. Applications can be obtain from the Lincoln Park Police Department, or downloaded,  or by using the form below.
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Lincoln Park Police Department awards Neighborhood Watch coordinators

Published: Tuesday, July 15, 2014
By Anne Runkle
The News-Herald

The Lincoln Park Police Department recently honored two Neighborhood Watch coordinators who have built the program up to about 200 members over the past year.

Michael Parr, program coordinator, and Mary Ellen Mitchell, volunteer coordinator, were named volunteers of the year for bringing the program back. It had been inactive for some time, said Sgt. Jeff Mueller, the Police Department’s liaison to the group.

“They put a lot of their own time and effort into this,” Mueller said.

From the safety of their homes, Neighborhood Watch volunteers serve as extra eyes and ears for the police. They are instructed not to confront any suspicious situation or criminal activity themselves, Mueller said.

Read the complete article on thenewsherald.com.

New Website Feature

Lincoln Park NWP Website AppifyLincoln Park NWP website is also a mobile web application, and you can access our site via a shortcut on your smartphone.     To access the mobile version of the website,  navigate to http://www.lpnwp.org/ on your smart phone, and then select “Add to Home Screen” on your mobile device’s browser menu.

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Lincoln Park Neighborhood Watch Program Open House

Date        :   Thursday June 26, 2014
Time        :   6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Location :   Lincoln Park Community Policing Building
1394 Cleophus Pkwy Lincoln Park, MI 48146

The Lincoln Park Neighborhood Watch Program is holding an Open House.  Please stop in to visit with us any time between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm.  We have some interesting things to share with you, including information on the new street sign program.

This meeting is open to members and non-members alike, so please feel free to invite family, friends, neighbors, and anyone else you think might be interested. Children are welcome. We look forward to seeing you there!

Thank you for helping to make Lincoln Park safer for all of us!

Lincoln Park Neighborhood Watch Program
313-381-3217

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