A long standing partnership between the city and citizens. This is a program of neighbors looking out for each other. It is designed to enlist the active participation of citizens to reduce crime by reporting suspicious activity to police and improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods.
How to Start a Block Watch in your neighborhood
Please contact the Block Watch Coordinator at 602-495-0597 or by email, email@example.com, when you are ready to set up a neighborhood block watch meeting.
Block Watch Metal Signs - How to Order
To order Block Watch signs for your neighborhood, your group must be registered with the Phoenix Police Department.
Block Watch Street Signs - (Adobe Acrobat pdf format)
For more information on Block Watch or Block Watch Signs, contact Officer Deb Iodice of the Community Relations Bureau at 602-495-0597.
As a participant in block watch you are invited to attend Phoenix Block Watch Advisory Board meetings, events, workshops and training. Please join us and share your success stories as well as your challenges! You will meet Directors from your precinct along with other interested and involved block watch volunteers. We encourage block watches and neighborhood organizations to network and share ideas, accomplishments and concerns.
Interested in applying for a NBW (Neighborhood Block Watch) Grant? Check out the links for grant information and requirements and ensure your Block Watch information is current with the Neighborhood Services Department.