About The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Neighborhood Watch Programs
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Neighborhood Watch Programs focuses on Neighborhood Watch programs in communities, viewing it from different angles and studying its many dos and don’ts. Concise yet informative, this book revolves around highlighting the significance of Neighborhood Watch programs while simultaneously shedding light on the several disputes that can sprout from these structures. In what type of communities do neighborhood watch programs work better and why? What neighborhoods have the hardest time with these programs, and what are some of the factors behind their struggles? Are there any ways through which these localities can up their game? William Smithson addresses these questions and more in proper detail throughout the book. Having worked as a security patrol officer for neighbourhoods for more than 35 years, he possesses the expertise and skill required to discuss watch programs and carry them out effectively. While sharing examples, Smithson explains how law enforcement feels about neighbourhood watch programs in certain areas, how long these programs have been around, and how they initially started. Do you intend to learn and gain a deeper insight into most of the problems people face concerning the watch programs? If you are also concerned about the core issues associated with Neighborhood Watch Programs, then The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Neighborhood Watch Programs is all that you need. Remember, a safe neighbourhood guarantees a happy, secure life.
It was such a pleasure to read, that I couldn't wait and started reading it all over again. The examples in the middle of the book really blew my mind.