We urgently need to find a community volunteer to take on the role as the Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator position.
We believe the Champlain Park Neighbourhood Watch program is a worth while community program to support, as it affects the safety and wellness of the Champlain Park community as a whole.
We are asking if you, or if you could use your personal network of friends and neighbours living in Champlain Park if they would be interested in volunteering for this position.
Details of this position are outlined below, for more program details please see Neighbourhood Watch
Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator – position details
The Neighbourhood Watch Program depends on a communication network made up of members of the community.
The Coordinator, facilitates the communications between the Watch Block Captains in the running of the Champlain Park Neighbourhood Watch program.
The Coordinator is principally responsible for the Champlain Park Neighbourhood Watch program and serves as the principle contact with the Ottawa Neighbourhood Watch Executive Committee (ONWEC) and the Ottawa Police Service – primarily through the local Community Police Centre located at Hintonburg Community Centre.
There are occasional meetings (possible once a year) called by the ONWEC to which the Coordinator is invited where problems and issues affecting the City as a whole are discussed.
The Coordinators may also call local community meetings from time to time or channel information to residents through established local communication networks whenever a particular rash of crimes occur in the area about which members should be aware.
If interested or have any questions please don’t hesitate send us an email and we will get back to you –
Please send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanking you in advance!
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Re: NW coordinator
Without one, a neighborhood‘s signs get taken away.
I did it before I moved from the neighborhood. I found it made immensely proud to be a part of and advocate for our neighborhood, especially since I grew up in Champlain Park.
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