Ottawa Neighbourhood Watch – CALL FOR VOLUNTEER BOARD MEMBERS Social Media and Communications Manager for our Board of Directors The Social Media Manager will administer the Board's social media marketing and advertising administration including but is not limited to: Deliberate planning and goal setting Development of brand awareness and online reputation Content management SEO (search engine … Continue reading Ottawa Neighbourhood Watch Board Of Directors Is Currently Seeking To Fill The Following Roles.
The following information will help you identify crime in your community: General tips Always report a crime to police when it occurs Talk to your neighbours about crime and suspicious activity in your area Keep the doors to your house and car locked, even if you are home. Drug trafficking Signs that a house in your … Continue reading Identifying Crime in Your Community
Jordan, Sherry (JordanS@ottawapolice.ca) Hello everyone, Please send a crime alert to community members concerning an increased amount of theft from vehicles. The suspect(s) appear to be accessing vehicles by using a tool to reach their objective. Ensure to have your belongings and garage opener in your possession upon leaving your property. Please report any suspicious … Continue reading Crime Alert/ Theft From Vehicle
It is important to keep a good, clear record of a crime you witness or experience. Record all the details immediately following the incident. Consider all the facts and write down the who, what, when, where, why and how of the crime. Specifically, when you report a crime or incident, be sure to provide … Continue reading Reporting a Crime in your Neighbourhood
The best way to reduce the spread of graffiti is to remove it quickly and learn how to prevent it from returning. Tips to deter graffiti As a property owner, there are measures you can take to deter graffiti. They include: Plant vines, shrubs or thorny plants to limit access to walls. Increase lighting and … Continue reading Ottawa Police Graffiti Management Program.