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Friday, July 22, 2011

Neighborhood Watch & Citizen Patrol Training Scheduled for Tues., July 26

One of the reasons Old North is known as a safe and welcoming community is because neighbors tend to look out for each other.   Since there’s always room for improvement, and because we need to sustain and reinforce that neighborhood culture of working together on neighborhood safety issues, we’ve asked the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department for some good information on tools and techniques that neighbors can use at home and as they drive or walk through the neighborhood.

Thanks to the assistance of 5th District Capt. Mary Edwards-Fears and Officer Nicola Lampkin, the Old North Saint Louis Restoration Group will host a Neighborhood Watch and Citizen Patrol training,  next Tuesday, July 26, at 6 p.m. The training will take place at ONSLRG’s office, 2700 N. 14th Street, and is open to the public.

For a downloadable PDF version of this flyer, click here.  Please help us in sharing this information with any neighbors, business owners, churches, schools, or any others who might benefit from or be interested in this training.  For more information, please call the ONSLRG office at 314-241-5031.

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