Washington, District of Columbia 2021-07-23 12:04:21 –
Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office and Beaufort County Crime Stopper officials are encouraging interested residents to participate in community surveillance activities.
The Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office has been working with local neighbors and communities to establish community surveillance groups since 1998. These surveillance groups were established as a crime prevention measure as a way to monitor Beaufort County and the entire residential area through active participation. Dedication of residents of different regions and communities. These volunteers work with law enforcement agencies and Beaufort County Crime Stopper to report suspicious activity.
“Sheriff Arnie Coleman knows the value of citizens keeping an eye on suspicious activity and reporting it to law enforcement agencies. Community Watch has neighbors attentive to each other,” Beaufort County said. Sheriff’s office and crime stopper Lieutenant Kelly Cox said. “We teach participants to recognize and report on suspicious activity in their neighborhood.”
For more information on setting up a community watch or joining an existing program, see Lt. Cox (252-402-3363) or email ( firstname.lastname@example.org.. For the latest information on Beaufort County Crime Stoppers, visit the organization’s Facebook page, Beaufort County Crime Stoppers.
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