Neighborhood Watch

Participate in Neighborhood Watch and help be the eyes and ears of the Dunwoody Police Department in your neighborhood.

The Neighborhood Watch Program is a great way for you to actively participate in maintaining the safety of your neighborhood. The Dunwoody Police Department Community Outreach Unit is available to assist with the training and setting up of Neighborhood Watch programs.

The Neighborhood Watch program is one of the oldest and best-known crime prevention concepts in North America. In the late 1960’s, an increase in crime heightened the need for a crime prevention initiative focused on residential areas and involving local citizens.  The National Sheriffs' Association (NSA) responded, creating the National Neighborhood Watch Program in 1972 to assist citizens and law enforcement.

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You only need a few concerned citizens to spearhead a new Neighborhood Watch Program. Working together with your neighbors and the Dunwoody Police Department, you can help:

  • Reduce opportunities for crime to occur
  • Improve safety in your neighborhood
  • Report suspicious activity

If you’re interested in becoming involved with the Neighborhood Watch program in your neighborhood or would like to form a Neighborhood Watch program for your neighborhood, business complex, condominium complex, or apartment building, please contact Community Outreach at 678-382-6917 or

Community Outreach Officer Sillah

Officer Anwar Sillah

Community Outreach Officer

Direct: 678-382-6933

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Community Outreach Officer Stevens

Officer Mark Stevens

Community Outreach Officer

Direct: 678-382-6917

Email Officer Stevens