Redefining Our Communities Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch Meetings | July 2013

Do you want to keep the neighborhood safe? Don't miss these upcoming Neighborhood Watch Meetings!

 

July 15

6:30pm

25 Ditson Street, Dorchester MA

For more info, call 617-265-4913.

July 17

6:30pm

1565 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester MA

For more info, call 617-593-1037.

July 22

6:30pm

1310 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester MA

For more info, call 617-593-1037.

July 23

6:30pm

455 Geneva Ave, Dorchester MA

For more info, call 617-593-1037.

July 25

6:30pm

79 Freeport Street, Dorchester MA

For more info, call 617-593-1037.

"Redefining Our Community" - Neighborhood Watch | July 19

Help "Redefining our Communities" Neighborhood Watch to bring back a healthy community environment. ROC wants everybody to look out for each other and create a safe and clean community that benefits everyone. On July 19 from 6pm - 8pm, the ROC is hosting a meeting. The meeting will take place at True Vine Church (40 Norfolk St, Dorchester MA, 02124). For more information contact 617-593-7887 or visit www.rocnw.org.

R.O.C. Neighborhood Watch

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

ROC Neighborhood Watch meets at the True Vine Church, 40 Norfolk St., Dorchester from 6 to 8 p.m. on the Third Thursday of every month.

Mission: 

Make our community a safe place to live, persue life goals and raise family. Reduce the occurance of violent crime in our community. Increase community engagement. Provide ongoing activities and events to increase the unity and solidarity of our community 

Location

40 Norfolk Street
Dorchester, MA
United States
Key Programs Offered: 

ROC is about the business of maintaining a safe, clean, and closer community. Bringing back the good 'ol days when you knew who your neighbors were and you looked out for them!

We are changing mind sets one neighbor and one street at a time. We do not believe that we are alone, powerless, afraid and/ or cannot make the change necessary to solve the problem of violence on our streets!

We are made up of the residents from Norfolk St , Corbet St, Nelson St, Evans St, Crowell St, Dyer St, Stanton St, Thetford St, Capen St, Maxwell St, and Hopkins St.

Created: 
05/11/2011
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