One way you can contribute to CMNA is by volunteering to be a Neighborhood Watch Block Captain.

Block Captains are basically responsible for relaying information to members on their block and helping watch what is happening in their small area. They get to know their neighbors and pay special attention when their neighbors leave for vacation and encourage neighbors to get to know each other. They report suspicious activity to the Neighborhood Watch Chairman who reports to the Police Department. Of course if they see an obvious crime in progress, they would call the Police. In the event of crime close by or in our CMNA, the Police would inform the NW Chairman who then tells block captains, who tell their neighbors. This also keeps down rumors.

The Neighborhood Watch Committee sponsors programs about crime and theft prevention and the annual Neighborhood Night Out.