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Neighborhood Watch History

The early days of the Association, prior to the turnover began as quasi neighborhood watch group meeting periodically at an early resident of the neighborhood, Mr. Earl Humphreys. At that time in 1999, the Melbourne Police had a program of community policing. That means that the neighborhood had its own community policing officer. He was a speaker at many of these meetings at Mr. Humphreys.

Neighborhood Watch Present

These days the Neighborhood watch is under the direction of Mr. Max Wicks who can be reached at neighborhood-watch@forest-creek.org who is also a member of the Board of Directors.

A neighborhood watch is simply a group of concerned neighbors coming together to keep their community free of crime. The emphasis of a neighborhood watch is on detecting and reporting suspicious activity which may lead to crime. By learning more about topics such as how crime occurs, residential security, and personal safety, residents are better able to take necessary steps aimed at preventing crimes before they occur.


LAST MEETING:

28 JANUARY 2002 7:00 PM at
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MELBOURNE
Church located adjacent to our community
at Florida & Dairy Rds.


Speeding...

Speeding in the community is an on-going issue. Please remind your guests that there is a speed limit and all Home Owners should endeavour to keep within the speed limit of 25 MPH, as this is considered to be a health and safety issue to all the residents.


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