PUBLIC OFFICIAL, POLICE AND COMMUNITY TEAM UP TO COMBAT CRIME IN CLAIREMONT
“Neighborhood Watch programs are one of the most effective crime prevention programs in the nation. It brings citizens and law enforcement together to deter crime and make our communities safer,” stated Chris Cate, San Diego City Councilman.
Several incidents ranging from burglaries to shootings have recently occurred in the neighborhood of Clairemont. “Neighborhood Watch brings neighborhoods together to establish partnerships with police to combat crime,” said Holly Tafoya, San Diego Police Department.
“Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of Clairemont residents in cooperation with the San Diego Police Department. Together, we work to reduce crime, solve problems, and improve the quality of life in Clairemont,” stated Adriana Enloe, Clairemont Neighborhood Watch Coordinator.
WHAT: New neighborhood watch program signs unveiled
WHERE: Mount Etna Park (Clairemont), 4741 Mount Etna Drive, San Diego, CA 92117
WHEN: Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 12:30pm
VISUALS/FUNDING: 96 new neighborhood watch signs (each neighborhood watch program will receive two (2) signs). $5,394 from the City of San Diego Community Projects, Program & Services (CPPS) Funding Program.
About Councilmember Chris Cate:
Chris Cate is an advocate and voice for all residents in District 6. Chris proudly represents the neighborhoods of Clairemont Mesa, Kearny Mesa, Mira Mesa, Miramar, Park Village and Sorrento Valley. Chris will prioritize infrastructure improvements, recruit and retain quality police officers and help residents engage with elected officials, which will improve the quality of life in the neighborhoods of District 6. Visit www.sandiego.gov/citycouncil/cd6/ or call (619) 236-6616 to learn more about Chris, his staff and District 6.