St. Charles Hills subdivision, St. Charles, MO
Neighborhood Watch and Crime Prevention
National Sheriffs' Association | National Neighborhood Watch
National Crime Prevention Council | St. Charles County Crimestoppers
The following is a list of the meetings that included Neighborhood Watch discussions.
- February 15th, 2018
- Presentation by Officer Ron Neupert of the St. Charles County Police Department on home safety and crime prevention.
- He can be reached at 636-851-5392.
- Please contact the St. Charles Hills Trustees if you are interested in joining the new Neighborhood Watch program.
- Officer Neupert provided us with a crime report.
- Most burglaries take place between 10:00am and 3:00pm (specifically mail order packages).
- Wink: an app that allows homeowners to utilize cameras to watch their home.
- They are required to obtain a peddler’s license from the county and must be approved by the Chief of Police.
- The individual must have the approved ID with them when soliciting. Anyone not showing this is in violation and the police may be contacted at the non-emergency line of 636-949-3000.
- The peddler’s information falls in chapter 606 of the county code ordinances and can be found at the St. Charles County web site.
- November 15th, 2006
- Art Genasci from the St. Charles County Community Development Neighborhood Preservation Division
answered questions about possible zoning violations in our neighborhood
- Art provided a handout document titled "Possible Zoning Violations within Small Lot Subdivisions"
which is part of the Unified Development Ordinance (a 329 page document available on the
St. Charles County web site in the Planning and Zoning area)
- Residents learned that most of their concerns are covered by St. Charles County ordinances
and do not involve the St. Charles Hills subdivision By-Laws
- St. Charles Hills trustees requested that zoning complaints from residents should be given to the Trustees
so that they can be compiled and organized before giving them to the Neighborhood Preservation Division
- The Neighborhood Watch Committee was formed from volunteers at the meeting.
- October 24th, 2006
- St. Charles County Sheriff Tom Neer and Lieutenant Craig McGuire answered questions about crime and safety in our neighborhood
- Residents were given tips on how to prevent crime
- Residents with issues learned which issues were related to St. Charles County law versus St. Charles Hills subdivision By-Laws
- Residents were reminded to call the police every time they witness a crime or suspected crime so that the police will have record of the incident:
- Don't assume your neighbor has called
- If you need to call multiple times and the dispatcher sounds irritated, then tough! It's their job. Call whenever appropriate.
- Volunteers were solicited to research HUD Section 8 housing in the neighborhood
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