CANVASS So Our Neighborhood Watch will Work

From: Jill []
Sent: Friday, June 22, 2012 1:47 PM
Subject: CANVASS so our Neighborhood Watch will work!

THANKS to all the Carrollton residents who have been meeting in recent months. It’s time to recruit your neighbors to participate.

Please take some time to contact your neighbors and gather the important information on the attached form.
This information will be used only by our groups to communicate crime in the area.
New Orleans Police need US to be their eyes and ears to help keep us safe.

Can we target to finish canvass by July 20th?
(This date is flexible)

Keep the gathered information until then & we’ll meet to firm up areas covered and process to communicate.

DON’T FORGET Training dates June 25, July 9 and July 16 to achieve Neighborhood Watch designation.

Neighborhood Watch works when neighbors look out for one another.
Let’s keep the momentum going.
Jill Stephens
(504) 810-0152


Stomp Out Crime

June’s_Anti-Crime_Walk_FlierFrom Crime/Safety Committee Chair, Jill Stephens


I would like to invite all of you to join us in our June Crime Walk. We are teaming up with the 610 STOMPERS to stomp out crime in the Second District. We are expecting a very large turnout for this event.

WHEN: Wednesday, June 27, 2012
TIME: 6:00PM
WHERE: S. Galvez and Cadiz

“Help Us Stomp Out Crime”

Commander Paul Noel
Second District
New Orleans Police Department

CRNA Spring General Membership Meeting Minutes

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May Board Meeting Minutes


CRNA June Board Meeting Agenda

Agenda- June 14 2012

CRNA General Membership Meeting

CRNA Membership Meeting 2012 Spring

Neighborhood Watch Training

Let’s WATCH out for one another in Carrollton

Neighborhood Watch training in Carrollton will begin this month and continue into July. There are four sessions that will be held at 6PM at Stuart Hall School, 2032 S. Carrollton Ave:

• Neighborhood watch works June 18
• Personal Safety June 25
• Burglary Prevention July 9
• Auto Theft Prevention July 16

The training requires a minimum of ten attendees at each meeting to qualify us as a “registered” Neighborhood Watch with NOPD. Please plan to attend as many of the sessions as possible.


The New Orleans Neighborhood Watch program is based on the premise that citizens endeavor to prevent and report crime is vital to the success of policing efforts in New Orleans. Specifically, by strengthening the lines of communication within neighborhoods and between the police and neighborhood residents, we can share crime prevention techniques and crime can be reported better. The New Orleans Neighborhood Watch Program does not encourage any personal intervention if a crime is witnessed, nor does it encourages vigilante activities of any kind.


1. Overviews of the New Orleans Neighborhood Watch Program

2. Meeting Guidelines Explained

3. Operation Identification Explained

4. How to Report a Crime to Police and Call for Service

5. Discussions of Area Crimes and Possible Solutions

If you have any questions please write ( OR call Jill Stephens at (504) 866-9994.

Student Volunteer Services


CRNA Neighbors,,
  I wanted to reach out to you and let you know that Green Light will be sending some of our Americorps volunteers out to canvass the Leonidas Tip the Block area in preparation for the ELCA youth conference in July.  They will be passing out information and signing people up for services. We are looking for some help in spreading the word about this to residents.  We find that people are more receptive to canvassers if they have some prior knowledge that they will coming. If you could please spread this information to your network of Leonidas contacts it would be greatly appreciated.  Jill, is there a way this could get posted on the CRNA website as well?
The dates they will be out and about are:

Thursday June 7 during the day (10am-4pm)

Questions can be directed to

Jessica Muller-Pearson
Tip the Block Coordinator 
Green Light New Orleans

Thanks for your help,
We change more than light bulbs!