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21 Locust Street Macungie, PA 18062

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Neighborhood Watch and Crime Prevention

Our Neighborhood Watch program was reintroduced in 2008. 

What Is A Neighborhood Watch? Neighbors looking out for each other!

A Neighborhood Watch program is designed to create a network between neighbors, concerned citizens and the Macungie Police Department regarding crime and issues that affect our quality of life. Residents and concerned Citizens become the eyes and ears of the police department by becoming more aware and alert to the activity on your block and around your property and reporting the activity to police. The key to making this program work for you is reporting the incidents or suspicious activities immediately. 

As residents go about their daily routines, we have the opportunity to observe things around our neighborhood. Some of these observations such as, suspicious persons, dangerous situations and suspicious vehicles are a few examples of what we see. These types of incidents can have the potential for criminal activity. By taking an active role in crime prevention we can make it difficult for criminals to operate in our community.

The Neighborhood Watch program is one of the most effective means available for keeping crime out of our neighborhoods. It relies on the best crime fighting tool ever invented — a good neighbor. Fortunately, good neighbors are found throughout Macungie Borough. When neighbors work together with law enforcement, it creates the best crime fighting team around. Be a good neighbor and make your community safer from criminals by supporting the Neighborhood Watch program. Remember, the battle against crime will not be won by people acting on their own.

Crime Prevention

Mayor Ronald Conrad

Sergeant Travis Kocher

Officer In Charge

Corporal Michael Mullen

Officer Erin McFarland

Officer Todd Bernhard

Officer Kyle Bernhard

Officer Richton Penn

​Officer Joseph David

Officer Daniel Wiedemann

​Officer Kyle Fisher