A Community Based Patrol can be everything from a trained group of volunteers, to an organized group of security professionals utilized to increase the safety and quality of life in a neighborhood.
Using a variety of patrol methods (i.e. vehicle, foot, bicycle, etc.) streets, parks, or schools are patrolled at target hours to deter crime and report incidents and problems to local officials. With limited resources supported by local, state and federal governments, rather than sit back and hope that someone else will take care of a community condition, members are actively and directly involved in solving problems in a community-based, non-confrontational manner.
Community Based Patrols collaborate with municipalities, crime prevention coordinators, urban planners, police, neighborhood coalitions and associations, and area businesses to help neighborhood problems receive prompt and effective attention.
Carnegie Hill Neighbors
Neighborhood association preserving and protecting upper Manhattan’s most attractive and varied neighborhoods.
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Corneille Estates Association
Homeowners association in Suffolk County, Long Island, NY.
Seaview Association of Fire Island, N.Y.
Seaview is a family-oriented seasonal community of approximately 360 homes, located in the central portion of Fire Island. Seaview Association is an incorporated not-for-profit Homeowners Association (501 C-4), that owns and/or maintains the community’s sidewalks, beaches, and common areas.
Stannard Beach Association
Exclusive beach community in Connecticut.
Summer Club Condominiums
Located on Fire Island, Summer Club is a small exclusive community located just west of Ocean Beach.