Safety in Numbers
You can help by becoming a Block Leader for your block (see map below) and/or posting first hand accounts in our Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/22335449744/.
Additionally, the Ukrainian Village Neighborhood Watch also coordinates neighborhood discussions and strategies. Their boundaries include Grand, Ashland, Division and Western streets. They may be reached at facebook.com/groups/UKVillageWatch/.
Not on facebook? You can choose to share your email, phone or text your concerns to the immediate neighbors on your block. Contact Judith Gethner – firstname.lastname@example.org – for more information or to sign up as a Leader for your block.
What to look for…
- People meandering on foot and on bikes in your alley, possibly casing houses. May be wearing backpacks that contain crowbars or screwdrivers for prying open doors.
- Bike riders with hoodies pulling on car doors.
- People hanging out on corners, may be selling drugs.
- People walking around properties, possibly looking to break-in.
- Large vans or SUVs in alleys, loading electronics and other property.
- People working underneath vehicles. They may be trying to steal exhaust parts.
As always, if you see a crime being commited, call 911 immediately.
Assigned Block Numbers for CGNA Neighborhood