Punta Gorda Isles Neighborhood Marine Watch   

Punta Gorda Isles Marine WatchA Different Kind of Volunteer Group City of Punta Gorda Police Dept.

 

The Punta Gorda Isles Neighborhood Marine Watch program is up and running with 60 volunteer residents participating in on-the-water/land surveillance patrols.

  1. Patrols are for a minimum of 2 hours, each month.
  2. Patrol times will mostly be night patrol and/or early morning.
  3. Upon approval of your application, each NMW volunteer member will be given an ID card and a map that identifies adjacent streets to each canal and a copy of the NMW Program On-the-water Conduct and Procedures”.
  4. Each boat on patrol will be provided signage that identifies it as a “Neighborhood Marine Watch Patrol” boat.
  5. In most cases each member will be on patrol only once a month.
  6. Marine Watch volunteers will use their own boats for these patrols.
  7. Assigned patrol areas will coincide with the location of each member’s home dock.

If you are interested in volunteering your time and boat for a couple hours each month to this worthwhile program, contact Bill Guenther - Neighborhood Marine Watch program coordinator, cell phone 941-661-9702 or email radioman3029@comcast.net.

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PGI NEIGHBORHOOD MARINE WATCH

THE ONLY ALL-VOLUNTER SURVIELLANCE GROUP OF ITS KIND IN SOWTHWEST FLORIDA