Crime Prevention for Everyone
Watch Program involves average
citizens who join together to help prevent
crime in their community.
Our best defense is
to understand how we can protect our family,
friends, neighbors and neighborhood.
Our safety depends on
responding to an emergency, reporting crime, taking
pro-active preventative measures and preparation for recovery.
Neighborhood Block Watch ?
Very simply, Neighborhood Block Watch is a
system designed to encourage neighbors to
look out for each other and reduce crime by
reporting suspicious activity and crime.
It helps create
the very best crime prevention device
invented: neighbors watching your home as
well as their own.
Block Watch is the most successful anticrime
program in the country. Itís the most
effective, and least expensive, tool to make
sure we have the safe, pleasant environment
we all want for our families.
details, read "Crime
Prevention for Everyone".
What Can I Do?
Review this web site and get involved.
Attend our neighborhood events.
Follow the steps below to be prepared.
Neighborhood Watch Events
2017 National Night Out (NNO)
August 1, 2017
here for updates
2017 National Night Out
Crystal Ridge & Puyallup Highlands
Aug 1, 2017 - Tues, 6 to 8:30
Location: PH's neighborhood
park, Victoria Lane Ct.
Volunteers are needed to help plan,
run and clean up.
2016 National Night Out
Aug 2, 2016
6:30 to 8:30 pm
15th Ave SE
National Night Out
Past NNO Events
Suspicious Activity or Crime:
check Police, City, County & State
Pro-Active Preventative Measures
Contact our Neighborhood
- To volunteer or ask a question, please contact:
Puyallup Police Department Crime Prevention Coordinator
a) Lisa Isaacs has retired
Kerri Ann Cockrell (effective 8/28/17) will fill
this position. She can be reached at
phone 253-841-5531. She will be able to answer your
questions and help you set your Block Watch program.
This web site provides 3
proactive steps we each can take to help prevent,
protect and recover from crime that may strike.
1: Review this web site.
Protect Your Family & Assets
3: Start a Block Watch,
Volunteer to be a Captain and Join the Team
Block Watch - Program to
improve neighborhood safety by organizing residents
in a common effort to be on the look out for
potential and actual crimes.
Captain - A leader who starts,
organizes and manages a Block Watch Team.
Team - Neighbors of approximately 8 to 10
homes near each other who volunteer, become involved
and actively participate to keep watch for
suspicious activity and crimes in the neighborhood
and report it to the police It is a team effort.
Prepare yourself to
recover from a crime or other loss caused by
fire, flood, earthquake, winds, snow, ice and etc..
Your preparation can help in reporting a crime and
filing insurance claims.