There are many different ways that you can volunteer to help the Rotonda West Neighborhood Watch. 
Keep your community safe

Membership Commitment

Patrols
2 hours per month

           or

Base Station Operator
2 to 4 hours per month

Meetings

Regular Rotonda West Neighborhood Watch meetings are held at 3pm on the third Thursday of each month at the The Lemon Bay Church of Christ, 7000 Regina Drive.  Meet your fellow volunteers and our Sheriff's liaison.  Attendance is encouraged by all Rotonda West residents

Patrols

Rotonda West Neighborhood Watch patrol personnel use their own vehicles and cell phones. Each vehicle is provided with two large magnetic signs for the vehicle sides and one small sign for the back. The use of a flashing yellow light is encouraged.  Each patrol carries a cell phone to stay in contact with the base station during patrol duties. Patrols watch and listen only, they do not confront. Patrol personel cover two subdivisions during their two-hour watch.  Patrols are also encouraged to wear a Rotonda West Neighborhood Watch shirt which are available for a nominal fee

Base Station Operators

Rotonda West Neighborhood Watch bases oversee operations during the nightly patrol phase. All incidents reported from the patrols are called in by cell phone directly to the base operator on duty. The base operator contacts the Sheriff’s Department for all incidents that require their intervention 

Training

Patrols

Each new patrol receives training from a qualified trainer. Training usually takes less than two hours.  The patrols are issued magnetic signs for their vehicle and a patrol manual and a car number

 

Base Station Operators

Each new base station operator receives training from a qualified trainer. Training usually takes less than two hours. Base station operators also receive training on how to interface with the Sheriff’s Office.

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