The chair person and the block captains should designate a weekend when each captain will visit every neighborhood on the block. These visits should be completed as soon after the meeting as possible. Neighbors will be encouraged when they see such quick action.
From each household, the block captain obtains the following information:
The completed lists are taken back to the chairperson. Information about vehicles is placed on a map of the area. On the other side of your map, you may wish to include a "Suspect and Vehicle Description" form. Copies of the map are provided to each block captain for distribution to everyone home in the neighborhood. These maps will help neighbors recognize vehicles which don't belong in the community.