Click on the URL below to access the 2014 Training Schedule:
If you are ready to register, please go to our registration website at the following link:
National Night Out - August 5, 2014
Please join Neighborhood Watch as we celebrate our annual Night Out on Tuesday August 5th.
We encourage every Neighborhood Watch group to participate by hosting some sort of social that evening. Last year we had groups that held block parties, BBQ's, neighborhood meetings and one group even held an ice cream social at their fire station. Be as creative as you want! Just get out of the house and socialize with your neighbors. Find out more...
Neighborhood Watch Training!
FOR YEAR 2014:
Neighborhood Watch Training!
Please join Columbia Neighborhood Watch and the Columbia Police Department in keeping your
neighborhood safe! Learn about Neighborhood Watch and the benefits of being a part of Neighborhood Watch.
Training dates and locations are listed below – please plan to attend one of these training sessions so we can
expand the reach of Neighborhood Watch into more and more Columbia neighborhoods.
August 4, 2014 – 12:00 – 1:00 p.m . – Columbia Senior Center
1121 Business Loop 70 East
August 5, 2014 – Columbia Neighborhood Watch Night Out
(Please register your event at 573-874-7426 -- Officer Buckner)
September 25, 2014 -- 7:00 p.m. – ANNUAL GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MTG
Daniel Boone Building (City Hall room 1A)
701 East Broadway (use entrance at 8th & Broadway)
October (TBA) ,2014 – 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. –
December 2, 2014 – 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. – Columbia Activity and Recreation Center
ARC 1701 West Ash St
Online registration is not required, but it is appreciated -
Facebook: Columbia Neighborhood Watch
Please join Columbia Neighborhood Watch and the Columbia Police Department in keeping your neighborhood safe!
Learn about Neighborhood Watch and the benefits of being part of Neighborhood Watch.
Please plan to attend one of these training sessions so we can expand Neighborhood Watch into more and more Columbia neighborhoods.
Please Email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of Neighborhood Watch is to provide information and assistance which encourages neighborhood involvement to be effective, watchful neighbors with the goal of reducing crime.
CNW jointly participates with the CPD in many 'trainings' per year. These sessions are open to any city resident. If you would like to attend one of these ‘joint training’ sessions, please note that we now require “pre-registration” at our registration website. We must do this to make sure we have a minimum number of trainees in order to justify the cost and time allocation of on-duty police personnel to this training session. Be assured that if we are forced to cancel the session, we will notify those who have pre-registered with us by e-mail, and work with you to get your attendance at a subsequent session.