Dog Walker Watch

Dog Walker Watch Training Program

Take this 6-minute online training course to become an official member of the Dog Walker Watch chapter of Draper Neighborhood Watch. Completion of the course gets you a certificate and your furry buddies an official DWW branded bandana.

After finishing the training, complete the participation form for your bandana and certificate. 

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Draper Dog Walker Watch: A Community Awareness Program

Dog walkers can help prevent crime. Draper Dog Walker Watch encourages neighbors to assist Draper Police Department as extra eyes and ears while out walking their dogs.

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Stay Alert

Don't become distracted while walking, and stay alert to suspicious behavior around you.

Distractions can include:

  • Chatting
  • Emailing
  • Texting
  • Listening to music

Download a printable program flyer here.

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Remember, people are not suspicious - but behavior is.

Suspicious behavior can include a person:

  • Wandering among parked cars
  • Checking for open doors or gates
  • Approaching a property from somewhere other than the front
  • Trespassing

Or a vehicle:

  • Parked in an unusual place
  • Traveling too fast or too slow
  • Not using headlights when appropriate

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Call the police any time a police response may be necessary.

  • Know your location, including major cross-streets and travel direction
  • Provide all necessary details - height, weight, gender, clothing, tattoos, etc.
  • Remain calm, speak clearly, and let the dispatcher ask you questions
  • You can always remain anonymous when reporting suspicious behavior

Non-emergency: 801-840-4000

In an emergency, dial 9-1-1.