No one person or law enforcement agency can be aware of every situation that occurs in a neighborhood at all times. That's why neighbors are the best defense against crime. To help build strong neighborhood crime prevention networks, the Plymouth Public Safety Department sponsors Neighborhood Watch (PDF).
Crime and the opportunity for crime go hand-in-hand. Neighborhood Watch reduces the opportunity for crime in your neighborhood. By implementing basic crime prevention techniques, having neighbors watch out for one another and reporting suspicious activity to police, neighbors create a unified front against crime. This increases the risk to criminals and decreases the likelihood that a criminal will be successful.
To learn more about the Neighborhood Watch program, please read our Neighborhood Watch Manual.
¡Los Programas de Vigilancia del Vecindario (Neighborhood Watch) funcionan! Los Grupos de Vigilancia del Vecindario trabajan juntos para reducir las oportunidades del crimen, aumentar el riesgo de detección del mismo, disminuir su probabilidad de éxito, y reportar cualquier actividad sospechosa inmediatamente llamando al 9-1-1.
Geared toward children ages 8-10, the workshop will teach children how to respond to an emergency situation if they're home alone.
01/30/2017 2:32 p.m.
Each one-hour session offers hands-only CPR training, which teaches chest compressions without mouth-to-mouth breaths, as well as the use of an AED.
01/27/2017 2:00 p.m.
A partnership between law enforcement and local business, the program allows participating Plymouth gas stations to protect their customers’ financial data.
01/05/2017 12:51 p.m.
After a snowfall, fire hydrants can become covered or buried. The Plymouth Fire Department urges residents to adopt neighborhood fire hydrants this winter.
12/27/2016 11:56 a.m.
For safe disposal of small quantities of medication, drug deactivation bags are available for pickup in the lobby of the Plymouth Public Safety Building.
12/21/2016 11:15 a.m.
The FEMA representatives will carry identification cards on a lanyard and only visit homes that have previously applied for individual disaster assistance.
12/12/2016 12:09 p.m.