What is Neighborhood Watch?


The Neighborhood Watch Program (NWP) is a strategy to prevent crime within your neighborhood by teaching citizens to become aware of the daily activities that occur around them. By increasing awareness, citizens will know when something out of the ordinary occurs and how to appropriately report the observation to the PHCA Patrol and KPD.

NWP participants do not intervene. They only observe and report to the appropriate authorities.  

Who are the leaders of Princeville's Neighborhood Watch:

 
Unit 1 is divided into 3 Sections A, B, C (click here for map of this unit)
         
          Dennis Whiting, Ward Thompson & Grace Hodgson, Co-Leaders
  
Unit 2 (click here for map of this unit)

          Bob Hickling & John Gordon, Co-Leaders

Unit 3 (click here for map of this unit

          Ruth Marvin & Michael Dexter-Smith, Co-Leaders

Unit 4 (click here for map of this unit)

          Murray Hudson & Barbara Hollenbeck, Co-Leaders
 
 If you have an incident to report:                                                                                                                          
  • Call Patrol at (808) 826-6181. Your call will go to a cell phone that is in service 24/7.
  • If the incident involves a crime:
    • call KPD at 241-1711 
    • or if the incident involves a weapon or is in any way life threatening, call 911
  • At the first convenient time, notify your Block Captain.