What is a Neighborhood Watch Program?
A Neighborhood Watch Program is a community of residents who, with the assistance of law enforcement, learn how to discourage, deter and prevent crimes in their areas. Such crimes could include burglaries, vehicle thefts or break-ins, drug activity, vandalism, graffiti, gang activity and more. These programs are generally started by residents in an area and/or HOA Organizations that feel additional watchful eyes are needed to protect their community. The Northport Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division provides assistance in educating those involved in Neighborhood Watch Programs. The principle of the Neighborhood Watch Program is to bring communities together with the police to achieve the common goal of preventing crime.
How do we request assistance educating our Neighborhood Watch Participants?
To request assistance with your Neighborhood Watch Program, please contact Community Relations Officer Carrie Baker at 205-469-1385 or email her at [email protected].
Child Passenger Safety Check Center
Call the Child Passenger Safety Seat Check Center at 205-469-1234 today for your appointment.
Open 9am - 1pm on the 2nd Monday and 4th Saturday every month.
Northport Fire Station #1 (next to City Hall at Hwy 43 and Hwy 82)