The Lansing Police Department has created the Lansing Business Watch Program. The Business Watch takes the "neighbors looking out for neighbors" concept to the commercial level, creating a partnership between business, law enforcement, and other organizations that represent business interests. Business Watches actively reduces and prevents crime through cooperation and education. The Program encourages business owners to ensure the safety of not only their business but also for the citizens. By joining the Lansing Business Watch, you will receive this decal (see above) to be displayed in your business window or door.
If you are a business and would like to become part of the Lansing Business Watch or have any questions about, contact Lt. Scott Bailey at (708) 985-7130; you can also contact The Lansing Chamber of Commerce at (708) 474-4170.
What is Business Watch
Modeled after Neighborhood Watch, Business Watch takes the “neighbors looking out for neighbors” concept to the commercial level, creating a partnership between business, law enforcement, and other organizations that represent business interests. The Business Watch philosophy is straightforward— Take control of what happens in your business community and lesson your chances of becoming a victim. Business Watches actively reduces and prevents crime through cooperation and education. Programs vary according to need; however, successful groups adhere to these fundamental steps:
When you start a Business Watch program on your street or block, or within your shopping center or mall, you take an important step toward a safer environment for yourself, your employees, your customers —and your community as a whole. In addition to reducing crime, Business Watch offers many other benefits, including opportunities to:
Business Security Tips
Chamber membership also automatically enrolls you into the Business Watch Program.
Not A Member and want to enroll? Send an email with your Business Name, name and email to: Director@chamberoflansing.com
For additional info, contact Lt. Scott Bailey at 895-7130 or email@example.com.