Narberth Police Department

"Community Policing Since 1891." 

Neighborhood Watch
The Narberth Police Department has reinstituted a Neighborhood Watch program. This program is a formalized means of organizing citizens to act as the eyes and ears of the police within the community. The program allows the police to alert citizens through the block captains of crimes re-occurring in certain areas. The program also serves to educate citizens on various crime prevention and detection methods. In order to become involved in the Neighborhood Watch program contact the Narberth Police Department at (610)664-8160.

Vacation Home Check Program
The Narberth Police  Department provides a service to the residents and property owners in which a police officer will check the vacant property at least once during his / her shift. This service may be received by simply calling the Narberth Police Department at (610)664-8160 prior to the departure date and providing the required information.  You can also leave notice through this website by clicking the "Contact" link above and leaving your name, address, phone number, dates to be checked, who to contact in case of an emergency along with their contact info, to include their phone number and whether or not they have access to your property, whether or not the house is alarmed and if there are any lights on timers or any other special instructions.


Project Child Safe

Do you have a privately owned firearm in your home? Do you also have children in your home or children who visit your home? The NPD has free, cable style, gun locks along with safety instructions, for you to secure those firearms when they are not in use. Please use this valuable asset to protect those most precious to us! If you are even considering utilizing this free program, remember that children by nature are curious and as such will find even the best hidden firearms!

Halloween Safety Program
In order to address safety and awareness when celebrating Halloween, the Narberth Police Department has a program to give children safety tips while trick or treating. Halloween treats are given out to the general public Halloween night by members of the Narberth Police Department. Safety tips include the following:

  • Try to trick or treat when it is still light outside
  • Wear a costume that makes it easy for you to walk, see and be seen
  • If you must go out at night, make sure your costume is light in color or reflective
  • Carry a flashlight so you can see and be seen easily
  • A facemask will keep you from seeing well. Take off your mask before crossing the street at the crosswalk
  • Consider using make up instead of wearing a mask
  • Have a parent or older brother or sister go trick or treating with you
  • Plan your Trick or Treat route ahead of time. Pick streets that are well lighted.
  • Cross only at corners or crosswalks; never cross between parked cars or in the middle of the block.
  • If there is no sidewalk, walk facing traffic
  • Wait until you get home to sort, check and eat your treats.