Internet Neighborhood Crime Watch

Internet Neighborhood Crime WatchThe Erie District Attorney's Office in collaboration with EngageIT present the Internet Neighborhood Crime Watch.

What is it?
The Internet Neighborhood Crime Watch is a program headed by the Erie District Attorney's Office. It's purpose is to inform the public of recent crimes occurring in their area. It also allows the public to inform law enforcement about suspicious events happening in their neighborhood.

How does it work?
Sign Up by selecting the area you live in, provide your email address and zip code, and when a crime happens in your area, you'll be sent an alert email.

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GoErie.com compiles incident reports from the Erie Bureau of Police and Millcreek Police Department and provides the local community with a map of the reported incidents.

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Submit A TipTips can be made anonymously, and may lead to a cash reward.

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