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Finding Time To Patrol

CWTW is made up of concerned neighbors of many descriptions who find 1 or 2 hours each month or each week to help watch over our area.  Working in pairs, linked by radio, they monitor 50 blocks of West Mt. Airy in a steady effort.

Our members include:  full time artists, teachers, some busy lawyers, professors, as well as a practicing psychiatrist, marketing director, retired executive secretary, landscape architect, librarian, and many others.  What we all have in common is a genuine appreciation of our neighborhood. 

Some of us come out in the daytime, some after dinner or children’s bedtime and some bring their dog out for Pooch Patrol.  It's not hard to schedule patrols around a favorite television show or sporting event. You can even bring your teen and use the time to reconnect. One of our most reliable patrollers still comes back to walk with us from his new home in Andorra!   

We have varying ages and capabilities, and yet we patrol as a harmonious team.  Some of us even have health ailments but those little pangs don't have to keep us from patrolling, since we can ride in a car with a partner who will pick us up if necessary, so we can still keep a watchful eye.  There are very few things that keep us down (with the exception of Mother Nature). 

Our patrollers make the time in many ways, and together they watch for suspicious activity and show our neighborhood strength, so that all of us can go about our business feeling safe. 

We are always glad to welcome others who are ready to come out with us.  Maybe one day soon you too will find the time. How about now?