PVE Neighborhood Watch is a community participation program committed to educating our residents on crime prevention and disaster preparedness. The Palos Verdes Estates Police Department maintains a strong partnership with the Neighborhood Watch program working together to increase the quality of life and safety within our neighborhoods.
Our Neighborhood Watch program is divided into six areas: Malaga Cove, Valmonte, Montemalaga, Lunada Bay West, Lunada Bay South and Lunada Bat East. Each of these areas is represented by an Area Coordinator who shares valuable information down to the level of Block Captain, and from there, information flows out to the residents.
The objectives of Neighborhood Watch are simple:
- To assist in the education of crime prevention by reducing the opportunities for crime.
- To enhance police/community partnerships by promoting effective two-way communication (prompt reporting of suspicious and criminal activity).
- To educate and assist the community in emergency preparedness in how to survive in a disaster. (see website for Disaster District Plan)
If you are interested in becoming a member of Neighborhood Watch, please click here to download a copy of our Neighborhood Watch Membership Application which can also be used as your annual renewal application. By joining Neighborhood Watch and providing your email address, you will receive a once weekly crime report summarizing those crimes currently happening in your neighborhoods, as well as Community Safety Alerts. For more detailed information on PVE Neighborhood Watch, to view Photos Contest Entries and much more, please click on the link to the official PVE Neighborhood Watch website www.pvenw.org.
For questions or to request a membership application by mail, please contact Marcelle McCullough, Community Relations Officer at Palos Verdes Estates Police Department at 310 378-4211 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.