Advocacy Group Hosts Seminar to Organize Palmetto Bay Crime Watch

County Crime Watch Director to Address Palmetto Bay Residents at Free Seminar

County Crime Watch Director to Address Palmetto Bay Residents at Free Seminar

The Palmetto Bay Village Voice will host a town hall meeting and seminar on the formation and importance of neighborhood Crime Watch groups in the Village. The event will be held at the Palmetto Bay Village Center, 18001 Old Cutler Road, in the 3rd Floor Palm Room at 7 PM on Thursday, January 19th. There is no charge, and all Palmetto Bay residents are encouraged to attend.

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With recent reports of burglary and property crime on the rise in Palmetto Bay, this should be a topic of great interest to every home and business owner.

The featured speaker is Ms. Carmen Caldwell, the Executive Director of Citizens’ Crime Watch of Miami-Dade County since 2000. Caldwell oversees hundreds of neighborhood crime watch groups, and will address the basics of organizing a neighborhood Citizen’s Crime Watch. After her presentation, Ms. Caldwell will be on hand to answer any questions.

She will be introduced by Miami-Dade Police Commander Greg Truitt, who oversees the policing unit of the Village of Palmetto Bay. Palmetto Bay Village Voice (PBVV) is a non-partisan, objective source for community news. PBVV is a not-for-profit Florida corporation with the specific purpose to increase local government transparency and accountability through education and communication, and to promote active resident participation in the Village.

To learn more about PBVV, visit http://palmettobayvillagevoice.com/ or email info@PalmettoBayVillageVoice.org.


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