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CRIME PREVENTION & BUILDING COMMUNITY 

Jeff Scott Web

Report all suspicious activity immediately BY PHONE (707) 253-4451 or IN PERSON (911 Donaldson Way East)

The American Canyon Police Department believes in the philosophy of Community Policing. It takes the cooperation of both the residents and the Police Department to ensure that we live and work in a safe community. Officer Jeff Scott is our Community Resource Officer, who is responsible for working with the citizens in our neighborhoods coordinating Neighborhood Watch, and proactive crime prevention programs. All of our Officers have the training and knowledge to assist you in any concerns you have regarding your neighborhood or community. 

If you have any questions regarding your neighborhood and would like to talk to Officer Scott, contact him at (707) 551-0600

YOU can help keep American Canyon a great place to live, work, and play! It doesn’t matter how much or little time you have to spare. Staying informed about what’s happening in the community, getting to know your neighbors, and having access to great resources is all you need. 

We hold bimonthly Citywide Neighborhood Watch meetings which include training on various topics related to crime prevention. Our next meeting is Wednesday, January 16, 2019, at 7 PM, City Hall Council Chambers (4381 Broadway, Second Floor).  Training Topic: Home Security Survey

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH TOOLBOX

NeighborhoodWatch

Holiday Safety Tips

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design 

Robbery & Personal Safety 

Solicitors, Frauds, and Cons

Identity & Mail Fraud Prevention 

Home Security

Home Security Checklist

Vehicle Theft Prevention Tips

Checklist for Starting a Neighborhood Watch

Block Map - Cul de Sac

Block Map - Traditional

Neighborhood Meeting Flyers

Neighborhood Meeting Sign In

Suspect Identification Assistant

Suspicious Activity Report

Neighborhood Watch Signs

HOME SAFETY RESOURCES

Protecting your Mail

Dealing with Door and Phone Solicitors

Blueprint for Home Security

Home Security Checklist

CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (CPTED) 
CPTED is a proactive crime prevention strategy that is based on the premise that the design of our environment directly affects our behavior. If you would like some tips on crime prevention strategies or to schedule a review of your property, please contact the police department or check out the CPTED Brochure.