The Radnor Township Police Department offers free Vacant House Watch to all Township residents. If you are planning on leaving town for a weekend or an extended period of time, the Vacant House Watch program is one crime prevention tool that may be useful in protecting your home.
Also, please make sure to follow some simple crime prevention rules while you are away to protect your home and your belongings:
- Place lights on timers to give the impression of the house being occupied;
- Stop all newspaper and mail delivery during your absence;
- Ensure your windows & doors have secure locks and make sure the house is LOCKED prior to leaving town;
- Close and secure your garage.
To request a Vacant House Watch, please visit www.Radnor.com and use the search term "Vacant House Watch Report" in the search box. All fields in the form are required in order to process your request. Please be specific when providing information as this will assist our police officers when performing checks.
If you have any questions, you may call the Radnor Police Department at 610.688.0503 or you may come into the station to fill out the form in person.
By entering your home for a vacant house watch, it should be understood that the Radnor Township Police Department will make every attempt to periodically check your residence. Factors such as heavy call volume and/or officer availability may affect how often your property is checked.
ABOUT RADNOR TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT: Police Superintendent Christopher Flanagan oversees the Department which is staffed by 44 sworn Officers as well as full and part-time civilian staff which consists of: 1 Supervisor of Parking and Auxiliary Services; 2 Administrative Assistants; 4 Part Time Meter Inspectors; and 9 Crossing Guards. Officers are assigned to either the Detective Bureau, Highway Patrol or Patrol Divisions. The Radnor Police Department also maintains a Motor Unit, 2 K9 Officers, a Bike Patrol Unit, 2 Officers trained in Motor Carrier Safety (MCSAP), 6 SWAT Officers who are members of the Central Delaware County SWAT Team, 7 Major Incident Response Team (MIRT) Officers, as well as Officers who participate in the Delaware County Drug Task Force. The cornerstone of the Radnor Police Department is community based and oriented policing.