Neighborhood Watch Groups

Eastwood has a lot of Neighborhood Watch Groups. Its’ a great way to meet your neighbors and work together to keep Eastwood a safe, enjoyable place to live.

The Neighborhood Watch Groups of Syracuse

Neighborhood Watch News – winter/spring 2007

Syracuse Police Department
Annual reports, crime maps, neighborhood statistics, and more!

Email our local officers:
Capt. Mark McArdle: mmcardle@syracusepolice.org
Officer Jim Saturno: jsaturno@syracusepolice.org

Upcoming Neighborhood Watch Group (NWG) meetings in Eastwood:

Nichols – Homecroft, meeting dates in 2007
May 22
July 24
Sept. 25
Nov 27

If you’re in an Eastwood NWG, please email me your meeting dates and I’ll post them here.

2 thoughts on “Neighborhood Watch Groups”

  1. If you’re NWG is looking for an interesting, knowledgeable, informative
    speaker, contact Jim Crosby about scheduling 9-1-1 Day Shift Supervisor,
    Conrad Schneider. Topic: What Everyone Should Know About the 9-1-1
    System. The meeting can take place at the 9-1-1 Center, where you get
    to see the whole kit ‘n’ caboodle, or at your usual meeting location.
    Understanding the differences between using a cell phone vs landline to
    report an emergence is worthwhile information, as some consumers seem
    to be opting for cell service only. Under certain circumstances, your cell
    call can even end up at an outside county 9-1-1 Center. Seems even the
    well informed have questions- everyone learns something.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *