Stallion Springs Police Department Neighborhood Watch

2017 NATIONAL NIGHT OUT PHOTOGRAPHS!

Stallion Springs Natioanal Night Out 2017
Stallion Springs National Night Out 2017
Kern County Sheriff's off-road vehicles! National Night Out 2017
Kern County Sheriff's off-road vehicles! National Night Out 2017
Stallion Springs Police Sergeant Crowell gives a tour of his patrol vehicle. National Night Out 2017
CSD staff cooking and serving hot dogs for National Night Out 2017!
PDubs serving hot dogs at National Night Out 2017
Stallion Springs National Night Out 2017
Stallion Springs CERT at National Night Out 2017
Stallion Springs Sergeant Crowell at National Night Out 2017
Woodward West at National Night Out 2017!
Stallion Springs Police Community Services Unit at National Night Out 2017
Stallion Springs National Night Out 2017
Hall's Ambulance at Stallion Springs National Night Out  2017
The Orbitron at Stallion Springs National Night Out 2017
Stallion Springs Sergeant Crowell at National Night Out 2017
Stallion Springs Chief Mike Grant with a great veteran at National Night Out 2017
Gymnastics Olympian Chris from Woodward West at Stallion Springs National Night Out 2017
Stallion Springs PD with Kern County Sheriff's Off Road Team at National Night Out 2017

 

Neighborhood Watch meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm in the CSD Board Room.

We encourage residents to attend the Neighborhood Watch meetings where we welcome resident concerns, ideas, input, all of which are vital to our expansion. Neighborhood Watch meetings are held in the CSD Emergency Operations Center.

It is vital that we stay connected with each other to observe and discourage encroachments within our community.  We are committed to making the Stallion Springs Neighborhood Watch Program a vital asset to our community.  We encourage all residents within Stallion Springs to take part in this meaningful program. 

As like many other Neighborhood Watch programs within the US, we are a group of citizens devoted to crime and vandalism prevention within our neighborhood(s).  When suspecting criminal or unusual activities, we as Stallion Springs residents, are encouraged to contact the SSPD at 1-800-861-3110.  FOR EMERGENCIES DIAL 9-1-1.

In closing, I would like to recognize the following individuals who consistently make Stallion Springs Neighborhood Watch Program a success.  They are as follows:  Police Chief Michael Grant, Sergeant Gary Crowell, The Stallion Springs Property Owner’s Association, and community residents for their continued support.