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Board of Directors

Overview
The San Mateo Police Department’s Neighborhood Watch program is overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors comprised of residents and Police staff.

Area Representation
The Board hopes to have at least 3 residents from each Area with the goal of achieving geographic diversity in its representation.

Requirements of a Board Member

  • Be a resident of San Mateo
  • Be part of a Neighborhood Watch block
  • Have an interest in serving your community
  • Have the time to fully participate on the Board

 

Duties of a Board Member
Although by-laws and a work program help guide the Board, its role continues to evolve and is open to change.

 

  • Act in an advisory capacity to Police staff
  • Provide coordination of the Neighborhood Watch program
  • Contribute ideas for the “Neighbors’ Watch” newsletter
  • Help plan special events, such as National Night Out (NNO)
  • Attend meetings, generally held quarterly

 

Commitment
Board members are asked to commit to attending all Board meetings (approximately four a year), general meetings (one a quarter), and participate fully in their role.  National Night Out, which occurs the first Tuesday in August, is also a main activity for Board members.

 

 


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