The community neighborhood watch system consists of a community coordinator, block captains (have 6, could use up to 25 total) and residents of the individual blocks. Incidents may be reported either up or down via e-mail. Residents are encouraged to report any suspicious or actual criminal activities to the Isle of Wight Sheriff’s department at 357-2151 as well as to their block captains or to the community coordinator. The community coordinator stays in touch with the sheriff’s department as well as Gatling Pointe South. In this manner, incidents that impact either Gatling Pointe or Gatling Pointe South can be communicated to all the residents.
Below is a map of Gatling Pointe as well as the Block Captains for each section. We are always in need of volunteers to support this very important program and Block Captains are needed to interact with their immediate neighbors. If you would like to volunteer to fill a vacant position for your block or have any questions, please email Frank Brown.
Move the map and zoom in and out to view your block
When an incident or emergency occurs, authorized senders will instantly notify you using IW Alert. The IW Alert is your personal connection to real-time updates, instructions on where to go, what to do, or what not to do, who to contact and other important information.
IW Alert is a free service offered by Isle of Wight County. Your wireless carrier may charge you a fee to receive messages on your wireless device.
Click here to sign up for the Isle of Wight County Emergency Alert System (IWAlert)
Securing your property provides an additional layer of security to our neighborhood watch program. The documents below are provided to assist you applying measures to your property while you're home and away.