Chief Jeff Rosier
With the coming of warmer weather also comes an increase in criminal activity in most communities throughout the United States. We invite anyone interested in forming a Community Watch Group in their neighborhood to contact Lt. Marc McGee at 910-642-5111 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Whiteville Police Department is committed to keeping our City safe. Community Watch Groups send a clear signal to the criminals that the citizens of Whiteville care about their communities and are watching out for their neighbors.
Benefits of having a Community Watch are:
* Monthly meetings with your neighbors to discuss concerns/issues in and around your neighborhood.
* Awareness of what is happening in your community. You are your neighbors "eyes and ears" when they are away from home to report any suspicious activity to the police.
* Closer bond with your neighbors because neighbors look out for each other.
There are currently five (5) active Community Watch Groups within the City.