Who should I contact to start a neighborhood watch program?

The West Fargo Police Department has launched a neighborhood watch program to encourage you and your neighbors to become involved in crime prevention and detection. Having the addition of the public’s eye on crime will assist local law enforcement in addressing issues within your community. A neighborhood watch program also allows you to get to know your neighbors and the community better.

For more information, visit the West Fargo Police Department’s Neighborhood Watch program website.

There is also a program you can join called Nextdoor.  See link below to join and get posts about your neighborhood.


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3. I want to buy something through MarketPlace, where is a safe space to do that?
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5. Can we bring our group to the Police Department for a tour?
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14. I am interested in a ride along with an officer, who do I call?
15. What should I do if I see a wild animal in the City of West Fargo?
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17. Who should I contact to start a neighborhood watch program?