West Mt. Airy Neighbors sends out timely Mt. Airy Safety Network Alerts with public safety and crime info to specific zones which are closest to an incident's location. See which one of the 15 zones you live in by clicking here.
To be added to WMAN's Mt. Airy Safety Network Alert email list, please email email@example.com. Include your mailing address so we will know which zone you live in. We will not sell or give your email address to any other person or organization.
14 District Police Website
The 14th District Police, serving citizens of Germantown, Mt. Airy (East & West), Chestnut Hill, and West Oak Lane, has launched a new website, www.14thppd.org.
Carpenter's Woods Town Watch
The mission of the Carpenter’s Woods Town Watch is "to keep our neighborhood safe through active patrolling, education, and unity."
Every Block Philadelphia
Find out what's going on in your neighborhood. Every Block Philadelphia brings you local news.
Free Security Survey
Officer Hall, the Crime Prevention Officer for the 14th District Police, will do a fee security survey of your home and identify any weaknesses which may make your home more susceptible to crime. For more info, contact Officer Hall at (215) 685-2148.
Interactive Crime Map
The Philadelphia Police Department has an interactive crime map which helps you identify the type and location of recent crime via map and/or data.
Northwest Victim Services
If you have been the victim of a crime and would like information, service or support, call Northwest Victim Services at (215) 438-4410. They are located at 6301 Germantown Avenue, 2nd Floor, Suite 1, Philadelphia, PA 19119. Services are free.
Philadelphia Curfew Ordinance
Curfew hours exist for minors, up to the age of 17, in the City of Philadelphia. Click here for more information.
Police Service Area
The Police Service Area (PSA) Program was created by Philadelphia Police Commissioner Ramsey. Lt. Mark Overwise is the police officer responsible for PSA #3, which covers most of West Mt. Airy. The same officers will work in PSA #3 every day, rather than move all over the 14th Police District. Assigned officers will become familiar with crime trends, informal community leaders, community groups and those who live and work in the area.
The 14th District Police has a SAVE Sticker which helps deter auto theft. If your car has a visible SAVE sticker and is being driven between midnight and 6:00 a.m., the police have the right to stop the car and ask the driver for ID. To get a sticker, visit the 14th District (43 W. Haines Street) and fill out some paperwork. Each SAVE sticker has a unique identification number.