Neighborhood Watch Training

Neighborhood Watch is a community-based crime prevention program where neighbors look out for each other’s safety, property and homes in a systematic and sustained way. It is based on the idea that when residents, businesses, clergy, police and other partners look out for the safety of the neighborhood, establish and maintain open lines of communication, and collaborate to resolve problems of crime and disorder, they create safer, friendlier and healthier neighborhoods.

More information about the Neighborhood Watch Program is available at  You can also send an email to or call (202) 698-0289.

Upcoming Neighborhood Watch Training

To attend, send an email to Samantha Nolan (, Citywide Neighborhood Watch Trainer, with your full name and indicating the training date and location you would like to attend.

January 9, 2016//1:00 pm
Cedar Heights Apts.
1510 Butler Street SE
Washington, DC 20020

January 12, 2016//7:30 pm
Van Ness North Apts.
3001 Veazey Terrace, NW
Across from the Red line Metro and UDC

January 20, 2016//6:00 pm
Hillcrest Citizens Association
East Washington Heights Baptist Church
2200 Branch Avenue SE
Washington, DC 20020

January 23, 2016//1:00 pm
Hemingway Temple AME
501 P Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

January 26, 2016//7:00 pm
Foggy Bottom/West End community
St. Paul’s K Street
2nd Floor Dining Rm
2430 K St NW

February 8, 2016//7:00 pm
Maury Elementary School
1250 Constitution Avenue, NE

February 17, 2016//7:00 pm
16th Street Neighborhood Association
Simpson-Hamline United Methodist Church
4501 16th Street, NW
Use side door entrance on Allison Street, NW