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July 31, 2014

Clarksville Police respond to requests for Neighborhood Watch programs

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In the past few months, several Clarksville citizens have requested assistance in starting Neighborhood Watch Programs. There is good news!

Clarksville Police  do assist in starting up Neighborhood Watch Programs. Currently, Crime Prevention Officer Kyle Fleming is involved in at least three different start-up programs. The first Neighborhood Watch Program meeting was held on July 19 for the North Park Subdivision (located off Ringgold Road), and approximately 20 people were in attendance.

The Neighborhood Watch Coordinator for the North Park Subdivision, Ms. Moore, has the support and backing of the North Park HOA. Their website is

Officer Fleming has scheduled two more Neighborhood Watch meetings in two different subdivisions and would be happy to assist more Clarksville citizens who are interested in Neighborhood Watch Programs. Please, contact Officer Fleming for further information at (931) 648-0656 Ext. 5227 or work cell phone (931) 614-5634


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