Officer Kenneth Bauer has announced the second Neighborhood Watch meeting to be held on December 18, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. at the Metuchen High School Cafeteria. He and Officer Nancy Phibbs will present information on how not to become a victim of a property crime. One example of such pro-active behavior is to bring in your G.P.S. units from motor vehicles.
According to Officer Bauer, "the main goal of this meeting is to educate as many people as possible on how to deter criminals from committing crimes by eliminating their opportunity to do so. We will also be talking about the
In consideration of recent home break-ins, Neighborhood Watch continues to be a critical component in crime prevention. Please try to attend this meeting even if you are not a member of the Neighborhood Watch team. All residents and business owners are invited.
"Remember," says Officer Bauer, "If you see anything suspicious in your neighborhood, even if it seems minor, call police headquarters."
The non-emergency phone number at the Metuchen Police Department is 732-632-8500.