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An article on Police Chief Brian Kilcullen including comments on the importance of Neighborhood watch: click here.
The premier episode of the “The Watch”, a regular program about Schenectady Neighborhood Watch! Hosted by Thearse McCalmon. Guests include Acting Mayor Gary McCarthy, SNW members the Allen family, and SNW president Fred Lee.
Schenectady Neighborhood Watch will be at the community table of the Schenectady Greenmarket on Sunday May 15, from 10am to 2pm. Please stop by and say hi and learn more about getting involved.
The Schenectady Neighborhood Watch website now accepts donations. Click here to donate.
Neighborhood Watch members attended a training session given by the Schenectady PD Saturday, January 21. The Patrol Communications Specialist training course gave members information on how to conduct patrols and how to use the Neighborhood Watch radios. Members will take the knowledge back to their neighborhoods and make their patrols more effective and coordinated with SPD. Congratulations to those members attending the training!
Schenectady County District Attorney Robert Carney acquired 20 additional radios for Schenectady Neighborhood Watch. The radios will be used by its members throughout the city for patrols and other public safety activities.
Schenectady Neighborhood Watch is proud to have won the 2010 Schenectady County Human Rights Commission Group Award! The award is presented each year to honor individuals and groups for their outstanding service to further human rights in the county.