The Midway Hollow Crime Watch provides the following benefits to paying members:
- 95% of membership dues go towards hiring Dallas Police Department officers to exclusively patrol our neighborhood in DPD patrol cars for high visibility, resulting in an increased police presence and a reduction in crime.
- ENP police officers will respond immediately to 911 calls and home burglary alarms when on duty.
- A dedicated voicemail number allows members to leave messages for the ENP police officers.
- ENP police officers will check on your home when you are on vacation or away for an extended period.
- Our ENP police officers have been in Midway Hollow for many years and are our neighborhood experts.
- ENP police officers have your contact information in case they see something out of order at your home.
- Members receive a Midway Hollow Crime Watch yard sign to discourage would-be thieves and offenders.
- Monthly newsletter with crime statistics, crime prevention tips and tricks from our ENP police officers, and neighborhood announcements from our board members are delivered.
- Crime alerts from our ENP police officers are emailed when an especially serious or time-sensitive threat is identified.
Midway Hollow Crime Watch dues are only $100 per 6-month billing period ($75 for seniors 65+). That’s just 55 cents per day! Our billing periods are April 1st – September 30th, and October 1st – March 31st, but you can join at any time!
For more details, please download the Midway Hollow Crime Watch Flyer or sign-up today by clicking the “Pay Membership Dues” link at the top of the page.
Curious about the kind of emails paying Midway Hollow Crime Watch members receive? Here are a few examples of actual emails that were sent to all of our members!
Our Monthly Newsletters include Midway Hollow’s crime statistics for the previous month, a variety of crime prevention tips and tricks from our ENP police officers, and other neighborhood announcements. Click here to see an example of a Monthly Newsletter.
Paying Midway Hollow Crime Watch members are sent a Crime Alert when a threat that is considered especially serious or time-sensitive by the ENP police officers is identified. For example, when a person or vehicle that is wanted in connection with a crime is believed to be in our neighborhood, and the police need our help. Click here to see an example of a Crime Alert.