Neighborhood Watch meeting set for Tuesday
An informational meeting about starting Neighborhood Watch programs in Baldwin City will be a 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Baldwin High School cafeteria.
Cpl. Kim Springer of the Baldwin City Police Department will give the presentation, which will include: tips on keeping homes safer; how not to become a victim; personal safety; and how to be a good witness.
Information will also be given on: starting a Neighborhood Watch; Crime Stoppers; identity theft; making homes safer; personal safety; and kids-stranger danger.
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