Neighborhood Crime Watch (NCW) was created to obtain citizen involvement in discouraging and preventing residential crime.  NCW is not designed as a substitute for police protection; rather, they supplement police activities by providing extra eyes, ears, and caring.  NCW is people looking out for people, and it is considered a major deterrent against crime. It has been proven that neighborhoods with an active NCW have less crime. 


How to form a Neighborhood Crime Watch for your block:

  • Contact the Richland Hills Crime Prevention Officer
  • Identify a block captain and conduct a block party with at least 70% attendance
  • Collect free crime watch yard signs
  • Attend quarterly block captain meetings hosted by the PD on the first Monday in February, May, August, and November
  • Call police for suspicious activity

If interested in learning more about Neighborhood Crime Watch or interested in becoming a Block Captain or Co-Captain, contact Captain Sheena McEachran at 817-616-3784 or

                                                Neighborhood Crime Watch photo

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