Lake Charlene Homeowners Association

NW PNJ Newspaper Article

The Pensacola News Journal featured Neighborhood Watch groups in Escambia County in its front page article on 7/30/2017.

The article focuses on neighborhood patrols, but this is something the Sheriff's Office no longer recommends. In fact, they highly discourage it, because it is too easy for a "vigilante" mentality to creep in over time. Patrols may be tempted to confront suspicious activity and unnecessarily expose themselves to danger. 

Instead of patrols, our Lake Charlene NW focuses on individual neighbors practicing

  • situational awareness with the homes around them and promptly reporting any suspicious activity to the Sheriff's Office dispatch, 436-9620.
  • Watch Orders, where we ask the Sheriff's Office to patrol our homes when we will be away overnight (a free service). 
  • walking the dog, walking, and jogging: enjoying the outdoors while looking for any suspicious activity in the neighborhood and promptly reporting it.
Posted by Steven Frakes on 07/31/2017
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Pensacola, Florida 32506
L.C. N.W.

Participate in
Lake Charlene's
Neighborhood Watch

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Neighborhood Watch keeps Lake Charlene safe by

  • Keeping an eye out for
              suspicious activity
  • Reporting to Sheriff's
              dispatch 436-9620
  • Applying best practices at
              home
  • No patrols, just be aware

 

"If I don't call the Sheriff,
my neighbor will."

More info here or by emailing LakeCharleneNW@gmail.com

Optional quarterly meetings on third Thursday
(January, April, July, October)