OUR MISSION STATEMENT:


Working with residents, businesses, police, and city officials to gain an active community group of involved neighbors. Creating an area of reduced crime in which both families and businesses want to be. 
Positively improving the perception of the entire Sunnyslope community.

Get involved. Be the Change you want to see.
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EAST SUNNYSLOPE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSN & BLOCK WATCH

7th Street - The No. Mtn Preserves

Northern to Dunlap

As of 2019, over 400 members.

Est. 2016 / 501(c)3

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ROLE OF A BLOCK WATCH CAPTAIN

and/or CO-CAPTAIN

 

The role of a Block Watch Captain/ Co-Captain is to be a contact and a source of information for your area. The bonus is you get to know your neighbors and what is happening in your area.

 

Your level of involvement is completely up to you. Below are some basic guidelines on what a captain might do.

 

- Communicate with your neighbors. Hand out our quarterly flyers. Invite them to our monthly meetings and upcoming events.

 

- Learn what your neighbors want to see from the Block Watch program. Teach them to report suspicious activity.

 

- Block Watch signs to post in windows and on back walls in alleys. To print a sign, click HERE

PHOENIX NEIGHBORHOOD PATROL PROGRAM PNP

Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol (PNP) has long supported the notion that involved residents are the most effective crime fighters, reporting suspicious activity as it occurs and first in line for crime prevention. They are the Phoenix Police Department's "Eyes and Ears!"

PNP Training lets you know what to look
for and how to report it.

Click HERE for current flyer.

For more information, a list of upcoming
webinar dates and to register
please send an email to:

PNP.Coordinator@phoenix.gov

Our PNP Mobile....comes with signs, flags and flashing yellow lights.
Look for it at clean-ups and all other events.