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Neighborhood Watch 

 Neighborhood Watch

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Neighborhood Watch is one of the oldest and most effective crime prevention programs in the country, bringing citizens together with law enforcement to deter crime and make communities safer. 

The link below provides access to Loudon & Monroe County Incident & Accident Reports, Home Security Starter Kit, Contractor Best Practices and more.  These files are stored and accessible on the HOA's Neighborhood Watch public DropBox folder.

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Neighborhood Watch Membership is free
HOA Members are automatically enrolled

Email us at  hoatv.[email protected]

What does a Neighborhood Watch do? 

A Neighborhood Watch is neighbors helping neighbors. They are extra eyes and ears for reporting crime and helping neighbors.  Members meet their neighbors, learn how to make their homes more secure, watch out for each other and the neighborhood, and report activities that raise their suspicions to the appropriate authorities. 

What are my responsibilities as a Watch Member? 

Be alert! 
Know your neighbors and watch out for each other. 
Report suspicious activities and crimes to the sheriffs' department. 
Join HOA with automatic membership in Neighborhood Watch 
Learn how you can make yourself and your community safer through the various programs offered by HOA Neighborhood Watch.

 Citizen’s Observer Patrol (COPs)

Citizen’s Observer Patrol consists of Village volunteers who are trained in security measures. Sanctioned by the Loudon County Sherriff’s Office, they patrol Tellico Village and areas adjacent to the community.

The COPs program is designed to allow citizens to assist law enforcement by being an extra set of “eyes and ears,” and immediately report suspicious activity, potential hazards and even crimes in progress to the Sheriff’s Office. COPs volunteers also do home checks for residents who are on vacation or away from their homes for extended periods.

Learn more about COPs

 To access this page directly, bookmark: www.tellicolife.org/nwatch-home-page