Neighborhood Watch


Neighborhood Watch

Crime prevention begins with "the individual". If you cannot garage your vehicle, please ensure that the vehicle is clear of any valuables, locked and parked in a well lit area. If you observe something that raises your curiosity or awareness, do not hesitate to report your concerns to the Fairfax County non-emergency phone number (703) 691-2131 immediately so they can respond.


National Night Out

Our annual National Night Out was held on Tuesday, August 5, 2015 at the home of Mary and Stephen Wharton. Both of them were very gracious and hospitable, hosting a well attended block party. "National Night Out" is a nationwide event held the first week of August each year. Since the inception in 1989, 37.8 million households in over 16 thousand communities have supported this program by turning on their outside lights, having social events to mark their appreciation and support for crime prevention. The party offers the opportunity for neighbors to express their gratitude and concerns to our local law enforcement officers, along with our political representatives. Among the guests were Captain Blakely, Commander of the Sully District and Officers from the Fairfax County Police Department, deputies from the Fairfax County Sheriff's Office, Pat Herrity, our District Supervisor and members of his staff and two of our FSHOA Board members. A special thanks to Mary and Stephen Wharton for opening their home to support this event.


Messages from the Sully District Station Crime Prevention Office

Halloween Driving

Halloween Traffic Safety

Crime Prevention Starts With YOU.

Tips for deterring thefts.


Please watch your neighbors' homes during vacation

Please keep an eye on homes you know may be unoccupied during the summer and holidays. If you witness anything, please report it to the non-emergency number for the police ( 703-691-2131).

email: neighborhood-watch@fshoa-va.com

email: neighborhood-watch@fshoa-va.com