Tampa Police Department Vacation Watch Program
Neighborhood Affairs Liaison Kinnette Scallo from Tampa Police Department · 6 Jun 17
Planning your summer vacation? Don't forget to add the Tampa Police Department’s Vacation Watch Program to your travel checklist. Here’s how it works! Click on the link below and fill out the Vacation Watch form at least 4-5 business days before your trip.
A zone officer will check your home if time permits during his/her shift. If long term watches are requested (over 2 weeks) the home will be checked at least once a week. This free service is only available to City of Tampa residents and is not a guarantee that your home will be safe from any type of crime or natural disaster.
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