Hatfield Township Police Department
Plan with your family, give direction and discuss options. Alter the plan to accommodate older/younger members of your family.
Organize with your neighbors; define a strategy that works for all.
Look out for your neighbors and their property, be attentive.
Interact with your neighbors and the Police, share information.
Communicate with the Police, no issue is too small. Utilize 911.
Evaluate your watch program, keep your neighbors' interest up after the memory of a recent crime fades.
Upcoming Neighborhood Watch Group Meetings The Hatfield Township Police Department will be hosting meetings with the public regarding neighborhood watches on the following dates:
Tuesday, January 22, 2013Tuesday, April 16, 2013Tuesday, September 17, 2013Tuesday, January 21, 2014
All meeting are in the Hatfield Township Community Room from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Current Neighborhood Watch Groups
There are currently 13 active neighborhood watch groups in Hatfield Township and Hatfield Borough. Those groups are located in the following areas:
The Hatfield Township Police Department is interested in joining with our residents to form these watch groups; interaction is imperative to our mission.
Any resident interested in starting a Neighborhood Watch should begin by contacting Officer Keith Bell at (215) 855-0903 ext. 229, and to learn more please visit http://www.usaonwatch.org/