Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch (NW) is a Fairfax County Police Department sponsored community crime prevention program.  The program is directed primarily toward preventing crimes against property, such as burglary, larceny and vandalism.  The program organizes and trains communities to be alert to potential criminal activities in their neighborhoods.  Citizens are on the lookout for suspicious activities or persons and alert the police before a crime is committed.  In addition, residents learn and implement security measures for their homes.

New Lakepointe has had an active Neighborhood Watch program for over 15 years; we conduct primarily vehicle but also foot patrols.  The purpose of these patrols is to use highly visible citizen observers to deter crime.  Patrol members report all crimes and suspicious situations to the police.

Please join Lakepointe’s Neighborhood Watch program.  The more volunteers we have, the easier our job becomes.  To sign up, contact our Neighborhood Watch coordinator, Chris Campbell.


New Lakepointe Neiborhood Watch Coordinator – Chris Campbell, 703-503-8987,


The West Springfield District police department is very supportive of our efforts. They hold regular meetings (first Tuesday of each month) with various guest speakers and interesting topics. If you are interested, please contact the Watch coordinators below.

Police websites:

Fairfax County Police NW web page

Virginia State Police website for registered sex offenders – Enter zip code “22015” or select “Burke” under the City tab for our local information.


Fairfax County Police Crime Prevention Officer (liaison) – PFC Douglas Coulter

West Springfield District Station

6140 Rolling Road, Springfield, Virginia 22152

Ph:  703-644-5026

Fairfax County Crime Prevention website



Vehicle Report Form – For abandoned/stolen/victimized vehicles in our community.  Fill-in and fax to Gates Hudson Community Mgmt at 703-876-9594 (or you may drop off to Mr. Chris Campbell).  Please note that this form is not for parking violation reporting; for these issues, contact a New Lakepointe Board member (See Homeowner’s Association webpage)

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