WSHA Neighborhood Watch Program
“If you see something, say something” that is the fundamental principal behind the Wantagh-Seaford Homeowners’ Association Neighborhood Watch program. Working in conjunction with Nassau County Police, the goal of the program is to reduce and ultimately prevent burglaries, larcenies and other crimes in our community.
Under the WSHA Neighborhood Watch Program, we become the “eyes and ears” of the police. The director/coordinator is the primary contact with the precinct. Block captains, typically one for every 10 houses are assigned, and the most integral part, the individual members and residents who report suspicious activity.
Neighborhood Watch Programs do not intervene in police work; they help the police and are an effective and low-cost method to prevent crimes. The key is have people like you get involved and stay involved.
So please take the next step and sign-up now by clicking the Contact Us button below.