Neighborhood Watch

Dial 911 for calls of an urgent nature.

 

Neighborhood Watch is a group of concerned residents who undertake special effort to be the "eyes and ears" in the neighborhood, looking for unusual events or vandalism. Reports for Neighborhood Watch and information about Neighborhood Watch incidents should be sent to Pete Banks at 703-209-3004 or via e-mail at kchoa.watch@gmail.com. Please also call the Fairfax County Police non-emergency number at 703-691-2131 to file a report. To join the Neighborhood Watch mailing list please contact info@kchoa.org.

 

Neighborhood Watch reports are included in the Kingston Chase Crier

 

Fairfax County Non-Emergency 703-691-2131
Reston Police 703-478-0904
VA State Police 703-323-4500
Poison Control  800-222-1222
Animal Control 703-691-2131

 

Neighborhood Watch Chairperson:
Pete Banks
703-209-3004

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Download the KCHOA Neighborhood Watch Frequently Asked Questions

 McGruff, the Crime Dog, visits Kingston Chase

McGruff, the Crime Dog, visits Kingston Chase