Hollin Hall Village Citizens Association

Neighborhood Watch

What exactly is Neighborhood Watch?  It's a community crime prevention program for Hollin Hall Village residents.  Here's an introduction from Fairfax County, and here's our take away on Neighborhood Watch and Fairfax County Police Department (FCPD) websites.  FCPD websites let us know why the helicopter was flying overhead, what police responded to in your neighborhood, etc.

Our Purpose:  To prevent, detect & report crimes.  Enforcement action is always left to the Police.  Residents are organized to be alert to potential crime in the neighborhood and keep a watchful eye on our neighbors' homes.

Learn more about protecting your home and property!  Fairfax County encourages residents to complete a home contents inventory list and keep a copy in a safe place outside of your home.

Please keep your exterior house lights on at night and keep doors to your vehicles and your house locked all times.  Hollin Hall continues to have items stolen from unlocked vehicles.  If you are going to be away, ask a neighbor to pull in your trash cans and pick up your newspapers.  Don't hesitate to call the Fairfax County non-emergency number at 703-691-2131 if you observe suspicious activity, vehicles or persons.  If you view a crime in progress, call 911.  In certain cases you can make a crime report online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/reportcrime/

We invite you to join Hollin Hall Village Neighborhood Watch.  Contact Jen Knapp at dalflygal@hotmail.com to become an active participant in the neighborhood or for other areas of support.

Thanks to everyone who came out to enjoy our fifth annual National Night Out (NNO) at Mount Vernon Park on August 6, 2019.  The event was organized by HHV Neighborhood Watch and the Mount Vernon Park Association (MVPA), which has become a great partnership.  National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live" (from the National Association of Town Watch which introduced NNO in 1984).

We had a great turnout as families enjoyed a picnic dinner and live music; we met our Fairfax County Fire and Rescue and Police Officers; crawled through a number of Fairfax County rescue vehicles; the kids ate popsicles; we met new residents; and distributed HHV vehicle decals and Neighborhood Watch information.

Many thanks to Margaret Keagle and Mary Godbout who organized this event along with all the other HHV and MVPA volunteers. 

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