About Virtual Block Watch
Surveillance cameras are everywhere from gas stations to traffic lights,
businesses and homes. Closed circuit television or CCTV cameras are
often used to provide an added measure of security. CCTV video is
often referred to as a digital witness, providing investigators with valuable
evidence in court.
Now you can register your home security cameras to Virtual Block Watch
to deter crime and assist the Phoenix Police department in it’s overall
crime prevention strategy in your neighborhood. Protect yourself, your
family and your community by registering with Virtual Block Watch.
For more information visit: https://www.phoenix.gov/police/virtualblockwatch
Sanderson Ford Donates Ford Explorer for Virtual Block Watch
Sanderson Ford donated a new Ford Explorer to support the program!
They take great pride in giving back to the community with a strong focus
on kids, military and first responders. “Virtual Block Watch will help protect
children in our communities and further strengthens our strong relationship
with Law Enforcement” replied David Kimmerle, President of Sanderson Ford.
For more information on Sanderson Ford visit: https://sandersonford.com/
I spoke with Virtual Block Watch Coordinator Justin Martin and Supervisor of
Forensic Imaging Kendra Griffey about Virtual Block Watch. Here's how it
works, and how you can become part of the program with your outdoor