ABOUT the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF TOWN WATCH
The National Association of Town Watch (NATW) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and promotion of organized, law enforcement-affiliated crime and drug prevention programs. Members include: Neighborhood, Crime, Community, Town and Block Watch Groups; law enforcement agencies; state and regional crime prevention associations; and a variety of businesses, civic groups and concerned individuals working to make their communities safer places in which to live and work.
Since 1981, NATW's network of information, assistance and affiliation has been serving hundreds of member groups from throughout North America.
As a national group member of the Crime Prevention Coalition, NATW supports the "McGruff—Take a Bite Out of Crime" campaign. NATW's center of information, programs and technical assistance works with law enforcement and civilian leaders to keep volunteers interested, involved and motivated.
EPNW participated in the Stride for Survivors 5K fun run/walk
On April 28th, 2012, a group from Edgewater Park Neighborhood Watch participated in the Stride for Survivors 5K fun run/walk at Smithville Park in Eastampton, an event held to honor victims of crime as part of National Crime Victims' Rights Week. This event was jointly sponsored by CONTACT of Burlington County, the Burlington County Sheriff's Department, the Office of Victim Advocacy in the Prosecutor's Office, and Providence House Domestic violence Services. It was a beautiful morning and we were proud to wear our brightly colored shirts and show our support for such an important event.
Included in the photograph, Aimee Belgard, with her two sons, Tommy Belgard and Liam Belgard, who ran their very first 5K, and Maureen Emmons and Robert Emmons.
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