Crime Watch


The Neighborhood Association's Crime Watch Board started our new Crime Watch Program, also known as Expanded Neighborhood Patrol or ENP, in December 2018. This program allows us to hire off-duty police officers to do extra patrols of the neighborhood. Crime Watch Programs have shown to be effective in reducing crime in neighborhoods: there was a a 62% reduction in residential/vehicular burglaries after implementing our program! Enrollment is now open for 2022. 

Security Guard

​Benefits of Enrolling:

  • Police presence and yard signs will signal that Lakewood Hills is NO LONGER A TARGET 

  • Crime Watch Board has direct access to ENP police officer to report suspicious behavior or criminal activity

  • Home checks for all participating households when out of town by ENP police officer

You may enroll online for the 2022 calendar year through the below link or make checks payable to Lakewood Hills Crime Watch. Email and include your names, email addresses, and house address, and we'll let you know where to drop it. If you enroll online, please include in the notes whether you'd like a Crime Watch yard sign and/or letter receipt for tax deduction purposes. 

Please email with any questions.

Crime Watch Program Board:

President: Alex Fergus

Vice President: Jonathan Kopf

Treasurer: Allison Biel

Secretary: Michelle Eyrich

Membership: Rhoni Golden

Director: Jeff Benson

Thank you to our 2021 Crime Watch Program Business Sponsors 


$200/Household Annually

  • Includes Benefits Listed Above



  • Includes Participant Benefits + Sponsor recognition and logo on this website and in all Crime Watch emails



We have ways to help prevent you and your neighbors from being a target of crime. Read more on simple steps to preventing crime and keeping your belongings safe.