Crime Prevention - Neighborhood Watch

  1. You’re invited to attend this series of Crime Prevention Workshops…
    These informative workshops are designed to train citizens how to recognize and report suspicious activities in their neighborhoods, implement crime prevention strategies such as home security improvements and to make our community safer through the Neighborhood Watch Program.
    Residential Crime Prevention information will be presented to cover these topics…
    • Basic Home Security –
    o Who commits burglaries and other crimes? What is taken? Who is victimized?
    o Lighting, locks & doors with easy solutions to deter theft and burglaries
    • ID theft and related scams including how to deter, detect and defend against ID theft
    • Security cameras and residential alarm systems
    • Social Media & Cyber Security online scams and victimization with safety tips for teens and adults
    • and how to organize your own Neighborhood Watch program.
    These workshops feature guest speakers from our local law enforcement, crime prevention specialists, home security companies and area neighborhood watch program organizers.
    Get your questions answered and learn more about home security devices and systems with demonstrations from professional installers and retailers.
    The Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff and your local Police Department are expanding the Neighborhood Watch Program throughout the area and updating previously organized neighborhoods.

    Neighborhood Watch is a program designed for neighbors to get to know each other, to look out for each other and to preserve neighborhoods and property.
    The program is about citizens and law enforcement working together to reduce crime in our neighborhoods.
    Find out how to easily connect and share with your neighborhood using online forums like NextDoor.com and community Neighborhood Watch Facebook groups.
    Join your neighbors to be a part of the solution…
    Now is the time to deter crime and make our neighborhoods safe!
    Share this video with your friends and neighbors!

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  2. Meet some of our finest law enforcement and first responders as part of National Night Out at the Alhambra Christmas Tree Farm located at 2647 Reliez Valley Road, Martinez.

    Neighborhood Watch organizers, Pete Sabine, Michael Moore and Lori O’Brien, have partnered with local law enforcement, City officials, first responders, local businesses and their neighbors for National Night Out.

    “I like it because it’s a real community involvement event. It’s an opportunity to talk in a relaxed atmosphere with local law enforcement and emergency first responders,” Alhambra Valley resident and NNO event sponsor Pete Sabine said. “It’s a time to get to know your neighbors, get to know your police force, just a great time for interaction. A chance to see the police in a different light. It’s one of the nights that I enjoy more than most.”

    The event is hosted at the Alhambra Christmas Tree Farm at 2647 Reliez Valley Road, Martinez, from 6 pm to 9 pm. This year, the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano County will benefit from a fundraising food drive and cash donations at the event. Attendees who bring food donations receive a free raffle ticket to the main event prize raffle.

    Several first responders will be present at the event, including the Martinez Police Department, Contra Costa Fire Protection District, American Medical Response, East Bay Parks Regional Police, the California Highway Patrol, and the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff.

    There will be dancing to the live music by Jinx Jones and Mitch Polzak, food by Steel Smokin’ BBQ food truck, ice cream treats from local Boy Scouts, safety demonstrations from local law enforcement agencies, CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) disaster preparedness information, child ID program information, displays from local fire department and other emergency first responders, face painting fun, and an animal petting zoo.

    National Night Out is a community-police awareness-raising event in the U.S., held the first Tuesday of August. The event has been held annually since 1984 and is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch in the United States and Canada. The “Night” is meant to increase awareness about police programs in communities, such as drug prevention, town watch, neighborhood watch, and other anti-crime efforts.

    National Night Out now involves over 37.8 million people and 16,124 communities from all 50 states, U.S. Territories, Canadian cities, and military bases worldwide.

    To inquire about participating or sponsor opportunities for the next National Night Out celebration in the Alhambra Valley contact Pete Sabine (925) 297-5335 or Pete@ContraCostaLiving.com

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  3. KRON TV 4 covers the 2017 National Night Out celebration event at the Alhambra Christmas Tree Farm.

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  4. Neighbors met some of the finest law enforcement and first responders as part of National Night Out at the Alhambra Christmas Tree Farm on Tuesday, August 1.

    Neighborhood Watch organizers, Pete Sabine, Michael Moore and Lori O’Brien, are partnering with their neighbors and local law enforcement for National Night Out.

    “I like it because it’s a real community involvement event. It’s an opportunity to talk in a relaxed atmosphere with local law enforcement and emergency first responders,” Alhambra Valley resident and NNO event sponsor Pete Sabine said. “It’s a time to get to know your neighbors, get to know your police force, just a great time for interaction. A chance to see the police in a different light. It’s one of the nights that I enjoy more than most.”

    The event was hosted at the Alhambra Christmas Tree Farm at 2647 Reliez Valley Road, Martinez, from 6 pm to 9 pm. The event was free, and all were welcome.
    This year, the Food Bank of Contra Costa – Solano benefitted from a fundraising food drive at the event. Attendees who bring a food donation received a free raffle ticket to the main event prize raffle.

    Several first responders will be at the event, including Martinez Police Department, Contra Costa Fire Protection District, American Medical Response, East Bay Parks Regional Police, the California Highway Patrol, and the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff. A BBQ food truck, face painting for the kids, ice cream sandwiches (sold by a local Boy Scout pack) and free bicycle safety information for parents.

    There was dancing to the live music by Jinx Jones and Mitch Polzak, Steel Smokin’ BBQ food truck, ice cream treats from local Boy Scouts, safety demonstrations from local law enforcement agencies, CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) disaster preparedness information, child ID program information, displays from local fire department and other emergency first-responders, face painting fun, and an animal petting zoo.

    National Night Out is a community-police awareness-raising event in the U.S., held the first Tuesday of August. The event has been held annually since 1984 and is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch in the United States and Canada. The “Night” is meant to increase awareness about police programs in communities, such as drug prevention, town watch, neighborhood watch, and other anti-crime efforts.
    Over 500 community residents attended this National Night Out event. For more information call Pete Sabine (925) 297-5335.

    National Night Out Alhambra Valley was made possible by…

    Event sponsors
    Music Sponsor - Pete Sabine, Michael Moore & Lori O’Brien – Pacific Union Real Estate
    Children’s Entertainment – Lara DeLaney – Martinez City Council
    Prize Wheel – Golden Gate Petroleum
    Photo Booth – Noralea Gipner – Martinez City Council
    Event Sponsor – ADT Security

    Event Entertainment
    Live music featuring- Jinx Jones, Mitch Polzak & the All Star Band
    Kid’s fairy tale fun – Andrea Gaspari
    Animal petting zoo & pony ride – Sheli Cordova
    Face painting & balloons – Happily Ever Laughter
    Taekwondo demo – Master Schrieber’s ATA
    Boy Scout skills demo – Troop 1351

    Event Planning Committee and volunteer staff
    Kristina Gilbert
    Lori O'Brien
    Paul Abelson
    Lesley Stiles
    Mark & Bea Scheberies
    Michael Moore
    Petal Turner
    Pete Sabine
    Stephen Maris
    Forest & Jim Rosenquist
    Clifford Chan
    Klaus Berkner
    Laura Lawrence
    Shelley Owens
    Zaki Wood
    Harry Wood
    Beth Rainsford
    Judi Clark
    Michael Hardy
    Brian Lindbloom

    Donations
    Bill’s Ace Hardware – Bill & Denise Wygal
    Ring Camera – John Inman
    Bay Alarm Company
    Alhambra Christmas Tree Farm – Mark & Bea Scheberies
    Republic Services – Anne Baker
    Bay Area Barricades - Craig Songster
    Flagstar Bank – Cathy Gromacki
    Oasis Veterinary Clinic
    Pleasant Hill Recreation & Park District
    Karen Bellesi
    Petal Turner
    Stephen Maris
    Busby Construction
    GLT Sign Solutions – Martinez
    Studio One - Marie Arata
    Helen Fischer
    Nancy Hobert
    James & Marilyn Thelen

    Support by our local law enforcement and first responders

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  5. We are seeking local businesses and community leaders to participate or sponsor our National Night Out event here in the Alhambra Valley area of Martinez.

    Our National Night Out event attracts over 500 residents from Martinez and nearby Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek and Lafayette.
    Held each year on the first Tuesday of August from 6 pm to 9 pm.
    Hosted at the Alhambra Christmas Tree Farm - 2647 Reliez Valley Road, Martinez.
    For details to participate or sponsor - Contact Pete Sabine - National Night Out event organizer
    Call or text 925-297-5335 or Pete@ContraCostaLiving.com

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Crime Prevention - Neighborhood Watch

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You’re invited to attend this series of Crime Prevention Workshops…
These informative workshops are designed to train citizens how to recognize and report suspicious activities in their neighborhoods, implement crime prevention strategies such as home…


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You’re invited to attend this series of Crime Prevention Workshops…
These informative workshops are designed to train citizens how to recognize and report suspicious activities in their neighborhoods, implement crime prevention strategies such as home security improvements and to make our community safer through the Neighborhood Watch Program.

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