BRICK – Mayor John G. Ducey, the Brick Township Council and the Brick Township Police Department are hosting a Neighborhood Watch interest meeting on Saturday, April 30th at 9:00 am. The meeting will be held at the Herbertsville Firehouse, 601 Herbertsville Road in Brick. All are welcome and refreshments will be served. A flyer for the event is pictured below.
The Neighborhood Watch program will be expanded one neighborhood at a time in the coming months, with interest meetings occurring at firehouses and homes throughout Brick. The Program is being spearheaded by the Council’s Public Safety Committee, chaired by Councilwoman Marianna Pontoriero, as well as committee members Councilman James Fozman, and Councilwoman Andrea Zapcic.
“This Program is a great way to involve our residents in the safety of their neighborhoods by working side-by-side with our Police Department,” states Councilwoman Pontoriero.
The goal of Neighborhood Watch is for Brick residents to monitor their community and immediately reports all suspicious persons and activity to the Brick Township Police Department at (732) 262-1100. Residents should not approach, follow or make contact with suspicious persons or vehicles and never try to take actions on suspicious activity. Residents can provide details about suspicious activity, individuals or vehicles involved (license plate numbers and descriptions) if that information can be safely determined.
If you are interested in joining the Neighborhood Watch program or if you would like more information, please contact 732-262-1053 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The program is made possible through a grant to the Brick Municipal Anti-Drug Coalition from the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.