How to Start or Revitalize a Neighborhood Watch Program

A good place to start is to contact the Rabun County Sheriff’s Office (706-782-3612) or complete the Individual Information Form available on this website. You will be contacted by a member of the Sheriff’s Auxiliary assigned to your residential area to answer your questions. There are eight steps to start or revitalize a Neighborhood Watch.

  1. Recruit and organize as many neighbors as possible
  2. Contact the Sheriff’s Office and schedule a meeting
  3. Discuss community concerns and develop an action plan
  4. Complete an Individual Information Form and submit it
  5. Identify your Team Leader
  6. Hold regular meetings and train community members
  7. Organize and Implement a phone tree and take action steps
  8. Have Fun !!!
 

Upcoming Events

10May
NWP Training Class
Sat, May 10th, 2014 - 10:00am
16Aug
NWP Training Class
Sat, Aug 16th, 2014 - 10:00am
11Oct
NWP Training Class
Sat, Oct 11th, 2014 - 10:00am

Neighborhood Watch Signs are Now Available

The new Rabun Neighborhood Watch signs are now available. They are standard size, well made UV protected, reflective signs that will highlight the information that your neighborhood is under the Rabun County Sheriff's Office Neighborhood Watch program . The form for a sign request and submission is available on this web site. Signs are at cost of $25 each plus County installation and post material cost of $35 per sign.