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L.P.A.C.T. Neighborhood Watch
Lovejoy Police And Citizens Together (L.P.A.C.T.)
Neighborhood Watch

In November of 2017, a partnership was formed between the Lovejoy Police Department (LPD) and a group of civic-minded citizens, resulting in the formation of Lovejoy Police And Citizens Together (L.P.A.C.T.). 

L.P.A.C.T.'s mission is to establish good relations and interaction between the Lovejoy community and officers at LPD. 

L.P.A.C.T. functions as a Neighborhood Watch, where residents and the LPD work together for the prevention and detection of criminal activity within their neighborhood.

A PACT officer is assigned to each residential neighborhood or homeowner's association (HOA). The officer acts as a liaison and develops a relationship with the neighborhood, meeting on a regular basis to discuss concerns residents may have, and sharing safety information.

We want you to be engaged! 
For more information about the Neighborhood Watch monthly meetings & block captions/block assistants information, contact Councilwoman Rebekah H. Wright, Coordinator, at or (678) 201.9891.

For further information regarding L.P.A.C.T., please contact Chief Wayne Woods at .

Every 3rd Thursday each month. The next meeting is Thursday, March 15, 2018, at 7 pm | Lovejoy City Hall 
(Lite refreshments will be available)

"Want to know the best crime prevention device ever invented? 
A good neighbor!"

City of Lovejoy • 2296 Talmadge Rd. • PO Box 220 • Lovejoy, GA 30250 • 770-471-2304
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