A Community Watch Council will soon be set up at Mead road, Nabua.
The Council, which is the first of its kind, will service the Public Rental Board Housing and the Bayview area.
It will come under Namadi Community Post.
Community chief, Fred Caine said that the council would be launched on the 17th of August, 2012.
The reason for setting up the first Community watch council at Mead road was because police have identified both areas as Red zones, particularly in the Housing.
Caine revealed that twenty five percent of the youths there have been through prison, but through this initiative it will be those same youths who will take the leading role in eradicating crime in the area.
Crime in the area has already decreased dramatically, by ninety percent, through the formation of the Topline Warriors Rugby League team.
Team coach, Ravu Damsey, a former military soldier who served with the Commissioner of Police in the RFMF, was behind the success of this initiative.
He saw this as a way that the community could work closely with the police in preventing crime in the vicinity.
Awareness programs conducted by the police will commence on Monday the 6th of August and will go through till Wednesday the 8th.
Teams from the Sexual Offences unit, the Drug unit and the Traffic unit, together with the Land Transport Authority.
Commissioner of Police, Brigadier General Ioane Naivalurua has already met up with corporate sponsors who are very much devoted in funding the scheme.
They are, Fiji Gas, Geo Tech and a number of bus companies.
The Commssioner will soon be signing a Memorandum Of Understanding between a three-way partnership, which are the Fiji Police Force, the Topline Warriors and the Public Rental Board.
The anticipated event will be opened by the Fiji Police Brass Band.