Mount Holly Neighborhood Watch
Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program designed for Mount Holly’s residential community. The program is operated by our residents and is sponsored by the Mount Holly Township Police Department. The purpose of the Neighborhood Watch Program is to organize groups of neighbors and teach them the necessary steps to reduce the opportunity for crime. Essentially, Neighborhood Watch is another set of “eyes and ears” for the police department.
Neighborhood Watch is not any of the following:
- A vigilante force working outside the normal procedures of the Mount Holly Township Police Department.
- A 100% guarantee that crime will not occur.
- A program designed for participants to undertake personal risks to deter crime.
The Mount Holly Neighborhood Watch was formed in 1981, under the direction of Chief Eugene Stafford and Sheriff’s Officer Larry Gladfelter.
Currently the Mount Holly Neighborhood Watch meets on the 3rd Monday of every month at the Samuel Miller Retirement Center, 256 Clifton Ave., Mount Holly NJ. If you are interested in becoming a member or request additional information, please email Larry Gladfelter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Mount Holly Neighborhood Watch Officers: