Neighborhood Watch


North River Shores residents and the Board of Directors support the Neighboorhood Watch Program.   Residents volunteer to patrol the neighborhood day and night and report suspicious persons and activity to our Martin County Sheriff's Office. As our Sherriff recently said neighbors looking out for neighbors is the best crime prevention there is. If you don't know who your neighbors area....please walk over and introduce yourself.  In addition to looking out for each other and loaning the odd cup of sugar or a wrench, you just might make a friend.


We currently have 25 neighborhood watch members. We recently added a day time patrol in response to recent burglaries in surounding areas and can always use more volunteers.  It only takes about one hour of your time per month and the best part is you choose when that hour is. If you can donate just one hour a month of your time to look out for your neighbors please call Jerry Felton to join the Neighborhood Watch Team.


Neighborhood Watch Needs YOU!!! 

Please call Jimmy Pardinas for more information or to sign up at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it...


We all are the EYES and EARS of the Sheriff's office and we need to KNOW our Neighbors, so we can spot when things are out of place and alert the Sheriff. 

I was delighted to receive a Saturday morning coffee invitation from my new next door neighbors Sandy & Jim Simpson. They invited their immediate neighbors to meet them. I remember years ago, being a part of a monthly COFFEE KLATCH and it was a fun & easy way to get to know your neighbors. Thank you Sandy & Jim...... Jerry Felton

Residents need to be aware of distraction burglaries, when a person comes to your door, while an accomplice is breaking into the back of your home. If someone comes to your door and you suspect they may be criminals or fear for your saftey close the door and dail 911 !!!


If you see anything suspicious please call the Sheriff's office 772-220-7170 or dial 911 !!!

Report suspicious activity directy from your smart phone!

The Sheriff's office launched a smart phone reporting system that allows you to be able to text pictures of an occurring incident. Call or text 772-260-4469.


Report suspicious activity directy from your computer!

Online Reporting System, Use any internet browser to visit: & click on "File a Report Online."

The online reporting system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free.
Please confirm the following to determine if reporting online is the right option for you:

  • This is not an emergency.
  • This incident occurred within the jurisdictional limits of Martin County. If you live within the City of Stuart, the Town of Sewall's Point or the Town of Jupiter Island, you must contact your local police department to report your incident.
  • There are no suspects.