Did you know that Show Low Senior Patrol does home watch? Sponsored by the Show Low Police Department under the direct supervision of Chief Joe Shelley and Commander Brad Provost, Senior Patrol is located within the Show Low Police Department. A 100% Volunteer organization that has been in existence for 30 years. The Show Low Police Department supports them with vehicles, maintenance, fuel and miscellaneous suppliers. The Senior Patrol supplies its own uniforms. Their primary source of revenue comes from donations earned by doing ” house watches” for seasonal residents. No member of the Senior Patrol receives any compensation for their time while serving the Community. In 2017 the Senior Patrol donated over 7400+ man hours of service time to making the city safer for its residents and visitors by patrolling the streets, neighborhoods and performing house watches. Since its beginning they have donated over 150,000 + man hours to the City of Show Low. Also, they have donated many thousands of dollars to organizations within the community such as: Meals on Wheels, Shop with a Cop, Trunk or Treat, Show Low PEP Squad, Clothe a Child, Tip a Cop, White Mountain Safe house and many others. Show Low Senior Patrol ” We Care”. Senior Patrol also will bring in trash cans on Tuesdays provided form is filled out, trash cans are clearly marked with address information and the Senior Patrol Officer is NOT required to enter any property such as a garage to return the cans. If you are interested in finding out more about home watch please stop by the Show Low Police department at 411 E Deuce of Clubs Blvd Show Low AZ 85901 OR Contact Randy Lenton via NextDoor.