Townwatch is a community organization whose members serve as “Extra Eyes and Ears” of the Radnor Police while patrolling the Township.
HOW DOES TOWNWATCH OPERATE?
Volunteers are given training to prepare them to go on patrol in a newly donated patrol unit for one or two nights each month. Each vehicle is in constant contact with the Base Station using two-way radios supplied by Townwatch. Members never leave their cars while on patrol. They report unusual or suspicious incidents to the Townwatch Base Operator, who, in turn, alerts the Radnor Police Department.
Townwatch members help themselves, their families and their neighbors by contributing to a safe and crime-free community. Statistics indicate that Townwatch patrols are helpful in reducing crime and deterring vandalism.
If interested in in joining Radnor Townwatch, please contact Lieutenant Christopher Flanagan at 610-688-5600 extension 108 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.