Preventing Crime

Newsletters from the Department
Holiday News Letter
Published on December 5, 2011 by Molineux
Crime Prevention Tips For The Holiday Season.

Fraud-Related Crimes
Published on May 30, 2011 by ecso
Don't Get Conned
A con artist can invade your home by telephone or in person. The are smart, persuasive, and aggressive. Most people feel they are too smart be taken by a con artist. But the truth is anyone can fall prey.

If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Tips for Seniors
Published on May 30, 2011 by ecso | Updated on May 30, 2011
Crime prevention is everyone's responsibility, not just a job for law enforcement Seniors can learn how to protect themselves from crime by following these simple. common-sense suggestions. Share these tips with your neighbors and friends, too, and make it tough for criminals to work in your neighborhood.

Neighborhood Block Watch Programs Are Important!
Published on May 26, 2011 by ecso | Updated on May 27, 2011
This newsletter is being sent to all Neighborhood Watch Block Captains to better inform residents of issues of concern in the community. This problem-oriented program is directed specifically at targeting problems that pose the greatest concern to the community. Through the collaborative efforts of the Police Department, Block Watch members and residents, we can identify, analyze and target issues of crime in the community. Block Watch Members are the extra eyes and ears for reporting crime and helping the police department and their neighbors. Our Neighborhood Block Watch Program is a community action program that relies on mutual cooperation aimed at reducing crime in the community. This program establishes a formal network for concerned citizens to communicate with other neighbors and the police department, and in turn become more aware of the activity that occurs in their neighborhoods. With the beginning of spring, the police department will begin to increase our uniform patrols throughout the community.

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DIAL 911

Yeadon Borough is part of the Delaware County 911 program. If you have a medical, police or fire emergency, dial 911.

Be sure to stay on the phoneline until you have answered all the emergency operator’s questions.  Be ready to give the operator your name and street address of where the emergency vehicles should go.

About

This web site is part of the Department's continuous improvement in serving the citizens of the community.

With this website, you'll be able to get information about the Yeadon PD quickly and easily. We are especially looking forward to publishing on a regular basis the police blotter. Also, you'll be able to get regular notices (for example, traffic alerts for parades, snow, etc.) from the Chief. We encourage you to sign up for regular e-mails about criminal activity in the area. And, we are instituting on the site an anonymous tip page, where we encourage you to come forward about crime you have witnessed.

Some of these features are still under construction, so please bear with us.

This website is made possible by the generosity of the Yeadon community.  The Department is especially indebted to local businesses who have made contributions.

This website DOES NOT collect any personal information unless you give it.