21 September, 2013

Neighborhood Watch Advisory Board Forms In St. Albans WV

For Immediate Release 21 September 2013

Thirteen St. Albans WV Neighborhood Watch stakeholders met Friday afternoon to discuss the formation of a citywide Neighborhood Watch Advisory Board to provide encouragement and advice to new and struggling neighborhood watch programs, to promote the formation of neighborhood watch programs in the wards that do not yet have them and to define and measure the progress and success of neighborhood watch programs throughout the city of St. Albans. 

Attendees included members of St. Albans city council, members of the St. Albans Police Department and neighborhood watch leaders from 4 wards. 

This Advisory Board will meet the third Friday of each month. Next meeting is October 18.

Joseph Higginbotham
(304) 550-6710

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