Weisenborn Crime Watch fights bullying


Crime Watch at Weisenborn Junior High School is a youth-led crime prevention program overseen by Officer Lambert, our school resource officer from the Huber Heights Police Department. The main focus of Crime Watch at Weisenborn is Bullying Prevention. Other prevention messages include drug/alcohol abuse; tobacco use; fighting; and dating abuse. This may be through posters, skits, music videos, etc. The Crime Watch program is NOT a “Snitch Program.” Up to 80 students participate in Crime Watch, and they typically meet a few times a month.


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Crime Watch at Weisenborn Junior High School is a youth-led crime prevention program overseen by Officer Lambert, our school resource officer from the Huber Heights Police Department. The main focus of Crime Watch at Weisenborn is Bullying Prevention. Other prevention messages include drug/alcohol abuse; tobacco use; fighting; and dating abuse. This may be through posters, skits, music videos, etc. The Crime Watch program is NOT a “Snitch Program.” Up to 80 students participate in Crime Watch, and they typically meet a few times a month.


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Crime Watch at Weisenborn Junior High School is a youth-led crime prevention program overseen by Officer Lambert, our school resource officer from the Huber Heights Police Department. The main focus of Crime Watch at Weisenborn is Bullying Prevention. Other prevention messages include drug/alcohol abuse; tobacco use; fighting; and dating abuse. This may be through posters, skits, music videos, etc. The Crime Watch program is NOT a “Snitch Program.” Up to 80 students participate in Crime Watch, and they typically meet a few times a month.

Crime Watch at Weisenborn Junior High School is a youth-led crime prevention program overseen by Officer Lambert, our school resource officer from the Huber Heights Police Department. The main focus of Crime Watch at Weisenborn is Bullying Prevention. Other prevention messages include drug/alcohol abuse; tobacco use; fighting; and dating abuse. This may be through posters, skits, music videos, etc. The Crime Watch program is NOT a “Snitch Program.” Up to 80 students participate in Crime Watch, and they typically meet a few times a month.

Crime Watch at Weisenborn Junior High School is a youth-led crime prevention program overseen by Officer Lambert, our school resource officer from the Huber Heights Police Department. The main focus of Crime Watch at Weisenborn is Bullying Prevention. Other prevention messages include drug/alcohol abuse; tobacco use; fighting; and dating abuse. This may be through posters, skits, music videos, etc. The Crime Watch program is NOT a “Snitch Program.” Up to 80 students participate in Crime Watch, and they typically meet a few times a month.

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Crime Watch at Weisenborn Junior High School is a youth-led crime prevention program overseen by Officer Lambert, our school resource officer from the Huber Heights Police Department. The main focus of Crime Watch at Weisenborn is Bullying Prevention. Other prevention messages include drug/alcohol abuse; tobacco use; fighting; and dating abuse. This may be through posters, skits, music videos, etc. The Crime Watch program is NOT a “Snitch Program.” Up to 80 students participate in Crime Watch, and they typically meet a few times a month. Contributed photo

Crime Watch at Weisenborn Junior High School is a youth-led crime prevention program overseen by Officer Lambert, our school resource officer from the Huber Heights Police Department. The main focus of Crime Watch at Weisenborn is Bullying Prevention. Other prevention messages include drug/alcohol abuse; tobacco use; fighting; and dating abuse. This may be through posters, skits, music videos, etc. The Crime Watch program is NOT a “Snitch Program.” Up to 80 students participate in Crime Watch, and they typically meet a few times a month.

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Crime Watch at Weisenborn Junior High School is a youth-led crime prevention program overseen by Officer Lambert, our school resource officer from the Huber Heights Police Department. The main focus of Crime Watch at Weisenborn is Bullying Prevention. Other prevention messages include drug/alcohol abuse; tobacco use; fighting; and dating abuse. This may be through posters, skits, music videos, etc. The Crime Watch program is NOT a “Snitch Program.” Up to 80 students participate in Crime Watch, and they typically meet a few times a month. Contributed photo