Crime Watch Groups

South Whitehall Township Crime Watch Groups Coordinators:

Sergeant Stephen Brown –
Sergeant Ronald Scholler-                                                                Officer Jason Grozier-

Crime Watch & Chec-Mate Program

South Whitehall Township Police Department participates in two Crime Watch programs in the Township.


N.A.R.C.- (Neighbors Are Reporting Crime)

Contact: John Oplinger – email:
Meetings are the third (3rd) Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm.

All residents north of Tilghman St. meet at:

Greenawalds Fire Company
2500 Focht Ave
Allentown, PA 18104

N.A.R.C. covers the northern area of the Township. Meetings are held every third Tuesday of the month at the Greenawalds Fire Company

Member contact is John Oplinger- email


R.A.D.A.R.- (Residents Around Dorney Are Reporting)

Contact: Heather Dubov – email:
Meetings are the third (3rd) Thursday of every month at 7:00 pm.

All residents south of Tilghman St. meet at:

Cetronia Ambulance Corps
4300 Broadway
Allentown, PA 18104

R.A.D.A.R. covers the southern area of the Township. Meetings are held every third Thursday of the month at Cetronia Fire Company.

Attend one of our meetings and learn what is happening in your community. Other presentations offered are D.A.R.E. information, Self-defense demonstrations, Drug Task Force information, Home safety tips, Road Rage by AAA, and much more. When you join Crime Watch you will receive an ID card with a Chec-Mate number. This number can be used when reporting Non-emergency incidents to Lehigh County dispatchers. By giving your Chec-Mate number you may remain anonymous.

For additional information on Crime Watch or Chec-Mate, contact one of our Crime Watch officers at 610-398-0337 or via e-mail

Officer Stephen Brown- email


Crime Watch Tips

Tips for Discouraging Criminals
  • Do not leave valuables visible at night. The sight of a wallet, purse, or jewelry near a door or window can be irresistible to a thief. Note that cell phones are also attractive targets.
  • All entry doors to your home should be equipped with deadbolt locks, and if your door has a window in it, the lock should be keyed on both sides.
  • Equip your home with security lights.
  • Do not leave your doors unlocked, or your house unattended, even for a short time. The thieves we are encountering are opportunists who in at least one instance have victimized our neighbors in situations where the opportunity presented was quite brief, during the day.
  • Lock all ground floor level windows at night.
  • Keep a cell phone nearby to be certain you can contact law enforcement in the event of an emergency.
  • Be alert. If you see something suspicious, REPORT IT to police


Monthly Crime Statistics are located in the Forms list.



Meeting Schedule

All meetings are open to the public.