OPERATION CLEAN SWEEP

The focus of “Operation Clean Sweep” is to work with Neighborhood Watch groups, residents, churches and business owners to control and prevent the damaging effects of criminal activity through Eradication, Enforcement and Education. The Operation Task Force works closely with Escambia County Animal Control, Environmental Law Enforcement, the United States Military, Escambia County Roads and Bridges, CRA, Safe Neighborhoods and Neighborhood Watch groups to clean up neighborhoods and educate citizens on preventive measures that can be implemented to minimize possible crimes.

For more information on future clean ups, or to volunteer, contact P.O.C. Commander Tharp (850) 436-9939 or Sergeant Joanna Ramos at (850) 554-1242. For more information on starting a Neighborhood Watch in your community, or to join an existing group, call David Craig (850) 436-9281.

Upcoming Operation Clean Sweep Events*

*Subject to change

JULY 20, 2017 Bayou Grande Villas 
AUGUST 17, 2017 Gary Circle
SEPTEMBER 21, 2017 Navy Point
OCTOBER 19, 2017 Motley Court
NOVEMBER 16 2017 Mayfair
DECEMBER 14 2017, Ferry Pass
JANUARY 18, 2018 9 & 1/2 mile Road 
FEBRUARY 15, 2018 Myrtle Grove 
MARCH 22, 2018 Crescent Lake
APRIL 19 2018 Brownsville
MAY 17, 2018 Cottage Hill 
JUNE 21, 2018 Brentwood
JULY 19, 2018 Montclair
AUGUST 23, 2018 Maxwell Street
SEPTEMBER 20 2018 Mid County
OCTOBER 18, 2018 Avondale 
NOVEMBER 15, 2018 Mayfair 
DECEMBER 13, 2018 Carriage Hills
JANUARY 17, 2019 Warrington
FEBRUARY 14, 2019 Aviation Field
MARCH 21, 2019 Diamond View

 

CLEAN SWEEP OPERATIONS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED UNTIL ECSO MANNING ISSUES HAVE BEEN RESOLVED.