The Bellevue Police Department will hold its annual Neighborhood Watch meeting the evening of Feb. 11.
The meeting is an opportunity to get information about how the civilian-based crime prevention program works, how it coordinates with the police department, and what steps need to be taken to establish a neighborhood chapter.
The meeting will take place from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and will be held at the Bellevue Fire Department’s training site at 3100 S.P. Benson Drive off Cornhusker Road.
Police Investigator Laurie Synowiecki said the public is encouraged to attend the session.
“We are hoping to have a large gathering from the community,” she said.