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Speedway Neighborhood Watch Meeting: Thursday 3/3/16

The Speedway Police Department and Speedway Neighborhood Watch have scheduled a general meeting for Thursday evening, March 3, 2016. Please see flyer below for meeting details.

Join us for a presentation by Speedway Code Enforcement Officers Joe Kramer and John Merritt, followed by an open Q & A session with Speedway PD.

All residents are welcome to attend!Speedway Neighborhood Watch Flyer 2

Speedway Neighborhood Watch Meeting Scheduled for January 20, 2016

The Speedway Police Department and Speedway Neighborhood Watch will be scheduling a general meeting for January 20th, 2016. Please see flyer below for meeting details. All Speedway residents are encouraged to attend this open forum and discuss community concerns.

Speedway Neighborhood Watch Flyer - January 2016

Speedway PD Chief Campbell to Discuss Crime Statistics at Neighborhood Watch Meeting

Speedway Police Dept. Chief Jim Campbell will discuss crime statistics recently published at the next Neighborhood Watch meeting scheduled for Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 6:00 PM at the American Legion on Georgetown Road (please remember to access Georgetown only from 25th Street, as there is no access from Crawfordsville Road/the roundabout).

In addition to crime statistics, other topics will include school lockdown procedures as well as the private social media site Nextdoor, where Speedway residents can privately discuss community concerns and share information to help keep Speedway safe.

Eventbrite - Speedway Neighborhood Watch Meeting

We hope you’ll all join us!!


September 3, 2014: Speedway Neighborhood Watch Meeting

The August Speedway Neighborhood Watch meeting has been rescheduled to Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at 7:00 PM. The location will still be at the American Legion on Georgetown Road.

PLEASE NOTE: The American Legion IS accessible on Georgetown from the north (25th Street).

The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office will be presenting on how to avoid being a victim of various types of fraud (telephone/internet, etc.).

If desired, feel free to arrive early and have dinner at the Legion. They offer a varied menu at affordable prices. Click here for more information and a menu: American Legion Speedway

We hope you’ll join us!!


Speedway Neighborhood Watch Meeting: TO BE RESCHEDULED

UPDATE: The Speedway Neighborhood Watch meeting for August will need to be rescheduled to September. A new date has yet to be decided, but will be announced as soon as it is confirmed. Sorry for any inconvenience!

The next Speedway Neighborhood Watch meeting will be rescheduled to a date in September (TBA) held on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at 7:00 PM at the American legion on Georgetown Road.

Speedway Neighborhood Watch District 4 Meeting Recap

The Speedway Neighborhood Watch District 4 meeting was held on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at Speedway Christian Church.

After guests mingled and enjoyed refreshments, the meeting was opened by Speedway Police Department’s Lt. Trent Theobald, who introduced Sgt. Mirantha Wilson and Ken Jones, the District Coordinator for District 4.

The program for the evening was a presentation by a representative of the Indiana State Attorney General’s Office, who spoke about the very important – but not often discussed – topic of human trafficking. According to the Attorney General’s website:

Human trafficking is the fastest growing and second largest criminal industry in the world, generating roughtly $32 billion each year. According to the Trafficking in Persons Report produced by the State Department, approximately 27 million men, women and children are victims of some form of human trafficking. Human trafficking occurs when people are recruited to work or provide services through the use of force, fraud, or coercion, and it includes labor and sex trafficking, The average age at which children in the United States first become victims of sex trafficking is 12-14, the FBI estimates that nearly 300,000 American youths are at risk of becoming victims of commercial sexual exploitation.

Abigail also presented some tips on how we can identify potential victims of human trafficking; the list is published at this link on their website.

For more information on the subject, see the following websites:

The next Neighborhood Watch event coming up will encompass all four of Speedway’s Neighborhood Watch Districts. See below for more information:


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