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Neighborhood Watch is undoubtedly one of the oldest and most well known crime prevention programs in history. In 1972, as a result of the increase in crime in the late 60's, NSA responded by creating a national homeland security initiative to establish resources to assist local law enforcement and citizens. Thanks to multiple grants by the Department of Justice, NSA has been able to provide multiple resources to sheriffs and police around the country for almost 40 years. Learn more.
In 2008, the National Sheriffs' Association (NSA), the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC), and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) teamed up on an exciting project designed to help local law enforcement agencies and their community partners kickoff celebrations of Crime Prevention Month every October. NSA, NCPC, and BJA are eager to assist your department in educating, mobilizing, and thanking all the residents, businesses, and others helping keep your community safe from crime! Learn More
Among the items NSA makes available are:
The National Sheriffs' Association is offering Crime Prevention Patches to any sheriffs office and sheriffs department across the nation. These patches are given to area Boy Scout troops and Explorer Scout programs for their involvement in the crime prevention process. Learn more here.
Established in 1980, a nonpartisan group of more than 400 national, state, federal, and community-based organizations united to promote citizen action to prevent crime. The National Sheriffs' Association is an active member of the Executive Committee.
Take 25, Launched in 2007 by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), a national child safety campaign encouraging parents to talk to children about safety. Created in commemoration of National Missing Children's Day (May 25th), Take 25 has reached thousands of families throughout the United States and abroad. To get involved and learn more visit www.Take25.org