The city’s Neighborhood Watch program will offer a special training for captains in the program from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Killeen Community Center.

According to Councilwoman Shirley Fleming, the training will assist the captains in neighborhoods with how to be more aware of what is happening in the neighborhood.

“If you see something, say something,” Fleming said in a released statement.

The event is open to all District 1 captains, but others are invited to attend, according to the statement.

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eyewatchingu

@Alvin, lmao. See KDHNews reported that this was going to be held on Thursday night. http://kdhnews.com/news/briefs/neighborhood-watch-training-set-for-thursday/article_5e78d568-ff25-11e7-8218-1ba518385ee7.html

Then once again the news has changed there stories.

Once again I believe that KDHnews is fair from a fair and bias news paper. I have started snap shooting there stories.

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