*** Sendera Ranch Residents ***
The Sendera Ranch
Homeowners Association Safety Committee Is Seeking Volunteers For
CODE BLUE is a cooperative effort between the city of Fort Worth, the Federal Government and interested citizens who wish to help control crime in their neighborhood. Code Blue is a program where private citizens volunteer their time to patrol our community and report suspicious and/or criminal activities to the proper authorities.
** CODE BLUE VOLUNTEERS ARE NOT POLICE OFFICERS **
VOLUNTEERS ARE TRAINED TO ONLY OBSERVE AND REPORT
If you can only spare an hour or two a week or month, WE NEED YOU!! Patrols can be conducted in personal vehicles, bicycling, or while taking a relaxing stroll. Participants are supplied with a radio to maintain contact with the staffed base station and Police at all times. Volunteers will be trained in an 8 hour class on various dates by the City of Fort Worth Police Department in the proper Observation and Reporting Techniques.
Want to Join In?
Joining Is Easy! Just go to the Code Blue Training Class link below and fill out the registration form found on the home page. It can be found on the right side of the page of the Fort Worth PD, Citizens on Patrol page. After filling out the form contact Karen Smith or Officer Black for further information and classes.
REMEMBER Sendera Ranch has the LOWEST Crime Rate in the City Of Fort Worth.
Let's all get together with our neighbors and help KEEP IT THAT WAY!
For additional information contact Scott Waddell
CODE BLUE TRAINING CLASS
Our Neighborhood Police Officer:
Officer Eric Byrd
N514 NPO, North Zone 1
NPD Office (7451 N. Beach)