Block Watch

Next Block Watch Captains Committee meeting...
Wednesday, January 16th, 6pm-7pm @ Willow Conference Room at Phoenix College

  • The Del Norte Place Neighborhood Association has a block watch to foster a sense of community and safety.

  • The Del Norte Place Block Watch brings neighbors, on each street and each block, together to communicate, look out for each other, and help prevent crime.


For more information from the City of Phoenix, please see the City of Phoenix's Block Watch Information.

The most recent Block Watch Captains Committee Meeting was held on Thursday, December 9th on the the outside porch of Randy Schiller's home on Virginia Avenue.

Block Watch Committee Coordinator - Heather Finden (DNPNA Vice President)

Block Watch Committee Captains

1500 block of Virginia Avenue: Peter Conden/Randy Schiller

1600 block of Virginia Avenue: Fran Eyrich

1500 block of Wilshire Drive: Manny Moreno

1600 block of Wilshire Drive: Kelly Blake

1500 block of Lewis Avenue: Paul McMinn

1600 block of Lewis Avenue: Jodie Snyder

1500 block of Vernon Avenue: Joel Gillies

1600 block of Vernon Avenue: Ram Garcia

1500/1600 block of Encanto Blvd.: Modena Watson


WHAT IS BLOCK WATCH?
This is a simple program of neighbors watching out for each other. It is designed
to enlist the active
participation of citizens in cooperation with the police
to reduce crime and improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods.

  • It is becoming acquainted with your neighbors.

  • It is working together to identify and solve problems in your community.

  • It is helping the police by being aware of and reporting any unusual activities as they occur. You know best what is “normal” activity in your neighborhood.

  • It is the implementation of crime prevention techniques to enhance home security.

  • It is putting neighbors back into neighborhoods.

  • It is not apprehending someone - we leave that to the police! We are not an HOA.