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Crime Watch: 317-549-9580
You can be Lawrence’s first line of defense against crime. Join a neighborhood Crime Watch or form one of your own.
Neighborhood watch groups typically organize when crime occurs in the vicinity; too often they disband as soon as the immediate threat subsides. But a neighborhood Crime Watch can be a moving force for positive change that tackles the root cause of crime. It empowers you and your neighbors to take action, forge relationships, communicate with one another and build a partnership with law enforcement.
Successful neighborhood watches move beyond the basics of home security, watching for suspicious activity and reporting crime to law enforcement. They sponsor community clean-ups, find solutions to neighborhood problems and use community resources to improve the quality of life and reduce the fear of crime.
If you’re interested in starting a Crime Watch group in your neighborhood or apartment complex, contact Crime Watch Director Linda Sokol at 317-549-9580 or send an email to: email@example.com.
For additional information regarding specific incident location, view the Incident Map.
Marion County maintains an application to view crime activity found here:http://www.indy.gov/CrimeWatch/CrimeReports/Pages/CrimeReports.aspx.