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Salinas Police looking to implement more neighborhood watch programs

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Salinas Police looking to implement more neighborhood watch programs

Salinas Police looking to implement more neighborhood watch programs

According to 2008 Department of Justice analysis, on average, there was a 16% decrease in crime in neighborhood watch communities when compared with control areas.

To set up a neighborhood watch program in your community go to this link: https://www.salinaspd.com/neighborhood_watch

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