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Posted: Sunday, May 5, 2019. 9:15 am CST.

By BBN Staff: On Friday, May 3, 2019, the Community Policing Office of the San Ignacio Police Formation joined hands with members of the Bradley’s Bank Community to form a new neighborhood watch organization.

During the meeting, participants elected an executive committee to serve on the board of the neighborhood watch.

At the end of the election, Corporal (Cpl.) Jason Jones and Corporal (Cpl.) Ciriaco Medina presented the executive committee:

President: Zoila Gonzalez
Vice President: William Swan
Secretary: Sally Gomez
Treasurer: Shirley Argueta
Board members: Jimmy Melgar
Yolanda Echeverria
Reyna Silva

Gonzalez has served in the Bishop Martin Neighborhood Watch in Santa Elena Town since 2011 and pledged to continue to work for the safety and betterment of the community.

Commander of the Community Policing Office, Cpl. Jason Jones expressed gratitude to the community members for their interest in working in collaboration with the police to keep their community safe and encouraged everyone to report all suspicious activities to authorities.

Also present at the meeting was Deputy Officer Commanding San Ignacio Police Formation, Constance Pascasio who reassured the community of the commitment of the Community Policing Office to working closely with the neighborhood watch groups.

The newly formed neighborhood watch will be supported by members of the La Loma Luz West and Bishop Martin Neighborhood Watch groups.

 

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