will be held in the City Hall Chambers every 2 months on
Tuesdays starting at 6:00.
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Watch Meeting Meeting November 07, 2017
Neighborhood Watch was started in Shady Cove on August 30, 2007.
The success can be attributed to the joint effort of Chief Mendenhall ,
Joe & Jackie Perez & the Block Captain’s commitment.
Mendenhall has retired. Joe Perez has
since passed away, his wife Jackie Perez, has
Mary Gunderlock was the
coordinator until 2 years ago, when changes in her life required her hand the
reins over to someone else. Since that time, we have been looking for someone to
take it over.
are very pleased to let everyone know that Mike Krutsch volunteered to take over the
Shady Cove/Trail Community Watch.
a coordinator for the Shady Cove/Trail Community Watch Program, it will be imperative to keep
the Block Captains and the Shady Cove and Trail Neighborhoods informed by providing
informative meetings with guest speakers. In
the past, our meetings have included Red Cross Preparedness, First Aid Classes,
and the Jackson County Sheriff role. By
gaining the understanding of what all the processes are, you will have a full
understanding why some of your concerns are not being handled the way that you
believe that they should be. Suggestions
for guest speakers are always welcome and encouraged!
Everyone is invited come to the Shady Cove/Trail Community Meetings; it
is not just open to the Block Captains. The forum is casual and questions are
more that you are informed about your community, the better your community will
become. This program is about
neighbors helping neighbors, families helping families, and strangers helping
strangers. Communication between the citizens and the Sheriff’s Department is
instrumental in protecting Shady Cove/Trail and the outlining areas.
though, Shady Cove/Trail are considered by many a small towns, this is another
reason why we need to look out for our community!
Crime, medical emergencies, and disasters come to small towns too!
DOESN’T STOP IN THE BIG CITIES AND EITHER DO DISASTERS!
History of the
1973, the National Sheriff’s Department adopted the Neighborhood Watch Model
adopted the program in 1983, and presently has in excess of 175 Neighborhood
Watch Groups. Now that Shady
Cove/Trail has joined with the
Jackson County Sheriff’s Department, they will be even more involved in giving
us the guidance and support to grow our program into a bigger and more
preparedness is something that most of us don’t feel that we need to be
prepared for, but disasters can happened at anytime, in any place.
When we live in a town with very little water, except from the
, have trees all around us, and the threat of flooding, don’t say it won’t
happen. Your question should be “When
will a disaster happen?” If
the bridge went out, would you know how to help your Neighbor, Family member or
a Stranger before help could get there?
out how to protect your family in case of an emergency by going to the
proactive and not reactive when a situation comes your way!
“Being unprepared becomes part of the problem.”
“Being prepared is part of the solution.”
Be taught the skills and training that you might need when someone calls
on you in a time of need. They will
be glad that you did!
Mike Krutsch at: 541-613-1164
Shady Cove Sub-Station Office
Phone Number for the Jackson Co Sheriff Office is: 541.878.3200
Non-Emergency Dispatch Phone Number is: 541.776.7206
If this is an Emergency call: 9-1-1