Although there are not organized Neighborhood Watch groups in every neighborhood within Madison Heights, all citizens are requested to BE AWARE and BE INFORMED about what WE can do to help prevent crime.
One way of doing this is to attend Neighborhood Watch Meetings which are open to anyone interested in becoming educated in crime trends and what to do to help reduce the possibility of becoming a victim of crime.
The Police Department may hold monthly Neighborhood Watch Meetings, excluding summer months. Past meetings have included speakers who have made very informative presentations such as: credit card and check fraud, fire safety, home security hardware, auto theft prevention, recognizing gang activity, domestic violence, and other subjects pertaining to crime prevention and safety.
Citizens can also participate in other police/community activities such as “National Night Out”, “Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s Red Ribbon Campaign”, or even become members of such volunteer units like the Police Reserves, Crisis Response Team, and Police Explorers.
For further information call the Auxiliary Services Coordinator at 248-837-2800.