It is part of the sheriff’s office’s new Crime Awareness Program, which encourages dog walkers to be the extra eyes and ears for deputies.
Bibb County Sheriff’s Office Neighborhood Watch Coordinator, Judy Gordon. said, they want people to report any unusual activity they see.
"We are looking for new ways to always involve residents in crime prevention and minimize any crime activity that is occurring in the neighborhoods," said Gordon.
The first dog walker watch meeting is Saturday at 11 a.m., in the Macon Dog Park on Adams Street.