This is a Neighborhood Watch Program designed for students in grades 9-12. The program equips young adults with the knowledge and skills to help them stay safe, avoid trouble, and contribute to improved security in their communities. The sessions are held during lunch, once a week except for the CPR component, which must be done in two consecutive days in one week. There are eight sessions that must be attended in order for the student to receive 18 community service hours. After the original sessions, the students can contribute back to the school by participating in a service phase for which they can earn an additional 18 community service hours. At the conclusion of the first phase, the student will receive a certificate of completion and a CPR certificate which can be added to their resume.