Block Watch Program

Block Watch is a “neighbour helping neighbour” program. Residents form a Block Watch group and create a communication network. They make a commitment to watch out for each other’s homes and report suspicious activities to the police and to each other. They also keep each other informed about neighbourhood occurrences, burglary, thefts and other crimes or problems occurring on their street by providing this information to their Block Watch Captain. For more information about the Block Watch program, visit the Coquitlam RCMP Block Watch website.

The following areas have a Block Watch Captain:

  • Alder Way, Birch Wynde, Maple Court, Sunnyside Drive – South of Elementary Road
  • Magnolia Way, part of Ravenswood
  • Elementary Road and the portion of Sunnyside Road from Elementary Road to East Road
  • Hemlock Drive (Sunnyside to Fern) (Oak Court + Fern Drive)
  • Charlotte Crescent
  • 3295 Sunnyside Road (Countryside Village)
  • 3295 Sunnyside Road (Countryside Village)
  • East Road (Block 1100-1400)
  • Ravenswood Drive
  • Spence Way and top of Leggett
  • Alpine Drive

Ready to be a Block Watch Captain?

Be a part of keeping your neighbourhood safe! There are many streets in Anmore that don’t have a Block Watch Captain. Being a Block Watch Captain does not take much time at all!  Once you are approved, you can begin contacting your neighbours to form a group for your street. Please click on the resources below for more details:

When to contact the RCMP:

You can report non-emergency crimes or suspicious activity online at Online Crime Reporting. 

Do you have a crime or safety question only a police officer can answer? Contact Coquitlam RCMP’s Media Relations Officer, Cst. Jamie Phillipson or submit your question on Coquitlam RCMP’s Facebook page.

See below for links to more Block Watch Program resources: