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Active Shooter EventCPTED Strategies​
Firearms Safety Tips to Protect Your Property
Gang Awareness: A Parent's Guide​
Información Sobre Las Pandillas: guía para los padres
Personal Safety​​
​Stranger Safety (for children and adults)
Taking Charge: What to do if your identity is stolen


General Safety Seasonal Safety​
Citizen Guide to Crime Prevention & Community Resources​​ Crime Prevention Tips for Vacationers
How Burglars Use Social MediaHalloween Bookmark (en español)​
Neighborhood Watch Information Booklet
Nuisance Drug Premises


Crime Prevention Tips
​10 Ways to Avoid Fraud
Reduce the Risk of Vehicle Theft in Cold Weather
​Seniors and Romance Scammers
Fake Fraud Department Wants Your Credit Card Code
6 Ways to Avoid a Lawn-Care Service Scam​


Community Resources Police Department Resources​
PWC Neighborhood Services DivisionCrime and Community Alerts
PWC Public Works Department - Street Signs
Keep Prince William Beautiful

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What can our community do about solicitors? There are situations in which door-to-door activity is not restricted. For more information, please view our Police FAQs page
  2. What can I do about trespassing? Property owners may prohibit persons from trespassing on their property, but the person must first be put on notice. Signs are enforceable. Verbal, in-person notice will suffice. Written notice, personally served on the party, is optimal.
  3. What can be done about speeders in our neighborhood? Contact the Traffic Safety Hotline at 703-792-5919.
  4. What can be done about parking violations in our neighborhood? Contact the Parking Enforcement Services hotline at 703-792-8536.
  5. What can be done about other neighborhood problems? Contact Prince William County Neighborhood Services at 703-792-7018.


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