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September 26, 2015


On Saturday morning, over thirty five Fredericktown residents attended a neighborhood watch meeting at the Fredericktown Police Department.  

Fredericktown Police Chief Brown said, in August, 2015 Fredericktown Police Lieutenant Kyle Johnson hosted two neighborhood watch informational meetings to determine if village residents were interested in establishing a neighborhood watch program. We were concerned about the low turnout at the first two meeting Brown said, but on Saturday we had a packed house with thirty five in attendance who want to keep their neighborhoods safe.

Topics discussed during the meeting included: Current trends, review of reported criminal activity, geographical areas of the village, programs, initiatives, preferred means of communication between the police department and residents, how to report a crime or suspicious activity and neighborhood watch signage.

We encourage residents to get involved in the neighborhood watch program, the police department needs the involvement of village residents, businesses and their employees to assist in deterring and reporting criminal and suspicious activity in our neighborhoods, Brown said.

If you are interested in becoming involved in the neighborhood watch program, contact Chief Brown or Lt. Johnson, 740-694-9222. To report a crime or suspicious activity in the Village of Fredericktown, call the Fredericktown Police Department, 740-694-9222, Knox County Sheriff’s Office, 740-397-3333, or in cases of an emergency, 911.


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