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The Tredyffrin Township Town Watch
With modern technology, the use of car patrols with CB radios in Town Watch programs has become out dated. Accordingly, we have established three divisions of the Tredyffrin Township Town Watch program and one might be right up your alley.
While going about a normal daily routine, this group remains observant to what happens in their neighborhoods and commercial areas and dials 911 if they see something out of the ordinary.
This group includes walkers and bikers. As a member of Trail Watch, you wear an identifying garment which acts as a deterrent and call 911 if you see unusual activity or an emergency.
Dog Walkers Watch
This group of regular dog walkers has the option of wearing an identifying garment (also as a deterrent) and acts as observers on their normal dog walking route. Who is better to observe the neighborhood than those who are out there every day?
There is specific protocol for each division to be learned and followed by members.
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Send Completed Application to:
Tredyffrin Town Watch Assoc., 1100 DuPortail, Berwyn, PA 19312
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The primary mission of Tredyffrin Town Watch Association is to safeguard the Tredyffrin Township community (businesses and residents). Our Town Watch volunteer members work closely with local civic associations and the Township Police Department to increase public safety through increased awareness, and active participation in neighborhood watch and community patrols.
How to Join Tredyffrin Town Watch
If you are interested in joining, please fill out the Town Watch Application [PDF] and mail to the address listed on the application. For more information, please contact the Community Policing Department via email or by calling 610-408-3654.
How to Contribute to Tredyffrin Town Watch
Tredyffrin Town Watch Association is funded solely by tax-deductible contributions from individuals or businesses in our community. Contributions help to raise awareness of crime prevention and to improve safety. For more information on how to contribute, please contact the following the Community Policing Department via email or by calling 610-408-3654.
Town Watch Bylaws [PDF]