Neighbourhood Watch is simply a program of neighbours watching each other’s properties at times when crimes are likely to occur. A police officer patrolling your community may not recognize a stranger in your yard — but your neighbours probably would.
One of the first steps to preventing crime in our community is to be aware of what is happening, inform each other about it, more easily recognize suspicious or criminal activity when we see it and most importantly, report it.
Neighbourhood Watch programs work through mutual aid — neighbours watching out for neighbours. There are several neighbourhood watch programs operating across 22 Division.
For more information, please visit: crimepreventionto.org
Central Etobicoke Neighbourhood Watch
Central Etobicoke Neighbourhood Watch covers the neighbourhoods in 22 Division north of Bloor St. West / Dundas St. West, between Highway 427 and the Humber River.
Coverage area: Central Etobicoke
South Etobicoke Neighbourhood Watch
South Etobicoke Neighbourhood Watch covers the neighbourhoods in 22 Division south of Bloor St. West / Dundas St. West. South Etobicoke Neighbourhood Watch publishes a record of recent criminal incidents on a weekly basis. Followers can subscribe by email, Twitter, Facebook and RSS feed.
Coverage area: South Etobicoke
Markland Watch covers the Markland Wood neighbourhood in 22 Division. Markland Watch operates as part of the Markland Wood Homeowners Association and publishes a record of recent criminal incidents on a regular basis. Followers can subscribe by email.
Coverage area: Markland Wood
Long Branch Neighbourhood Watch
Long Branch Neighbourhood Watch covers the Long Branch neighbourhood in 22 Division. Long Branch Neighbourhood Watch publishes a record of recent criminal incidents on a regular basis. Followers can subscribe by email.
Coverage area: Long Branch