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Winston-Salem Neighborhood Watch  |  WSNW

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Winston-Salem Neighborhood Watch Association works in cooperation with the Winston-Salem Police Department to make safer communities by providing crime prevention training and educational resources. WSNW strives to establish and improve communication and mutually-beneficial, collaboration between police officers and the citizens they protect and serve, assisting to organize new Neighborhood Watch groups, communicate crime-prevention strategies, and address issues that negatively effect neighborhoods, such as drugs, graffiti, littering, and abandoned properties.

Together, we can make safer homes, safer neighborhoods and safer communities.
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This will be a virtual Zoom meeting. In-person attendance will not be possible. Registration is required to attend.
  Click here to register.
   Registration deadline is
   12:00 Noon, Thu, 8/12/21
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Winston-Salem Neighborhood Watch 
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National
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National Night Out is a community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer places to live.  

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 JOIN WSNW 

Take personal initiative, learn about crime prevention, and join WSNW in its commitment to make safer communities.   

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 ORGANIZE A NEW   WSNW GROUP 

You can help us make safer communities by organizing a WSNW group in your neighborhood.