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___You assess the need for and interest in a Neighborhood Watch Association (NWA ) in your neighborhood

___You contact your local law enforcement agency to find out how they can support and interact with your NWA

___You call a first meeting, inviting neighbors and law enforcement representatives

___Your group identifies issues of concern and strategies, if necessary, for addressing them. An action plan may be developed for a current problem

___You create a phone tree if the group desires, and agree to guidelines for reporting suspicious behavior

___You disseminate information on how to improve safety on personal property, how to record and report suspicious persons and activity

___You evaluate your neighborhood for its susceptibility to crime and plan improvements as possible

___You identify emerging issues ("broken windows") and work together for creative solutions