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May 15, 2023 | Alert Neighbor Program

Ring Doorbells & Accessories are here!

Hey North Teutonia!  Our Ring Doorbells are ready for distribution.  Submit your payment ($20.00) in order to receive delivery.  For those residents who do not have internet access, we have mobile hotspots available!  Also available are security brackets ($30.00) to secure your ring. 

Friday, April 14, 2023  | Alert Neighbor Program 

Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) & Community Protection Unit (CPU) will do a walk through of the North Teutonia Avenue area. 


View the North Teutonia Avenue application to the Alert Neighbor Prog.  

Sign up for porch lights, alley lights, ring, etc.  Submit your information so that your home project can be recognized. 

The City of Milwaukee's Alert Neighbor program logo.

What is the        ?

The Alert Neighbor Program (ANP) is a pilot program that promotes collaboration between residents, the City of Milwaukee, and other neighborhood partners to address crime and safety issues (especially mobile drug activity) in Milwaukee neighborhoods.

The ANP will provide funding for cameras, lighting, signage, and other crime prevention improvements to neighborhoods with organized groups of residents to address crime and safety issues in an effort to improve the quality of life in their neighborhood.

The Alert Neighbor Program is a partnership between neighborhood and the Milwaukee Police Department



  • Minimum of eight (8) households

  • A commitment to form a block watch or neighborhood task force - a group of at least 8 households in close proximity to each other (1-4 block area) that work together to promote resident engagement and improve the quality of life in their neighborhood. 

  • Must have organized and conducted an initial organizational meeting. 

  • Agree to contribute 5% of the costs of any safety related improvements provided in their neighborhood, or $20 /resident, whichever is less. 


  • Participate in distributing information to identify illegal activity

  • Report suspicious and criminal activity

  • Hold regular meetings

  • Recruit new members

  • Neighborhood cleanups or small projects to improve neighborhood and encourage resident involvement. 


  • Porch Light

  • Spot Light (2 per fixture) 

  • Lamp Post Light

  • Crime Watch Sign

  • Public Alley Lighting

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