The eyes and ears of community volunteers are needed to help keep neighborhoods safe. But what’s the boards role?
After finding his home ransacked in 2004, Art Hanson tallied the losses. Thieves had broken into a basement window and stolen laptops, cameras, even a piggy bank from the family’s home.
“As upsetting as that was, what really got under my skin was the fact that it was a persistent problem in my neighborhood,” he says.