Neighborhood Watch Programs

The Wyoming Community Watch Program offers citizens the ability to work with Law Enforcement to prevent crime and vandalism in their community. It is proven to be one of the most effective and least costly answers to crime. A Neighborhood Watch is a way to relay information to the community through meetings and other forms of communication.

The City of Wyoming firmly believes that Neighborhood Watches have the ability to prevent crime and create relationships with neighbors in the case of an emergency. It is good practice to exchange information regarding crime or neighborhood nuisances with neighbors as well as the Wyoming Police Department to ensure that such issues do not persist.

Community Resource Officers, officers who assist residents in making the community safe, are willing participants in Neighborhood Watch programs and can provide beneficial information.

The City of Wyoming is broken down into 11 Districts with each District having a District Coordinator. Each District is broken down into Blocks; each Block has a Captain. These assigned persons have the ability to communicate information through channels, resulting in a well informed community.

For more information or if you have questions, please call Officer Sean Feldhaus at 513.821.0141 or send him an email.