How Does KUBoK Work ?
All individuals interested in volunteering their time for evening patrols are required to participate in a training session prior to being scheduled to walk. Training sessions are scheduled several times during the academic year and last approximately one hour in length. The location of the sessions vary between on campus facilities and within the Kutztown community.
Training sessions are conducted by KU Ambassadors who serve as the neighborhood watch coordinators and Kutztown Police Officer Walt Skavinsky, the Neighborhood Watch Orientation conductor.
Wednesday, February 1 at 7
Academic Forum, Room 101
Open to students, faculty, staff and residents of the greater Kutztown Community.
Volunteer Application / Waiver
Click here to download an application to become a volunteer.
KUBoK will operate during the peak social hours of Thursday, Friday and Saturday while the University is in session. The shift is from 10:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. However, frequent breaks are encouraged during the shift. Patrols begin and end at 324 Main Street, Kutztown (Kutztown Community Development Office).