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How much work will I have to do if I became an organizer/coordinator?
It depends on the area and the amount of time you have available. In some areas where there are well developed Watches problems are minimized and it just ticks along. In some new areas there is some time commitment, but the rewards are that you get to know your neighbors, have some localized social activity, and enjoy living in a better community. We are always looking for people who can spare time or lend their expertise to make communities better.

Sheriff - Neighborhood Watch

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1. Is Neighborhood Watch part of the police?
2. Will I be a target if I have a Neighborhood Watch sticker in my window?
3. How much work will I have to do if I became an organizer/coordinator?
4. How do we get information?
5. Do I have to attend meetings?
6. If I set up a new watch can somebody help me?