In the News

The latest happenings about CRIMEWATCH.

September 5th, 2017: District Attorney Matthew Weintraub Unveils Two New Initiatives to Combat Local Crime and Drug Problems

September 5th, 2017: Middlesex Police launch new website, crime-fighting tool

August 18th, 2017: North East PD Launches New Digital Crime Fighting Tool

July 11th, 2017: CRIMEWATCH Network gives public direct access to crime information

June 27th, 2017: Four municipal police departments launch digital crime-fighting tool

June 23rd, 2017: Kennett Joins the CRIMEWATCH program

June 2nd, 2017: Comcast Newsmakers - Bucks County Crimewatch

June 2nd, 2017: Brentwood introduces new police technology

May 23rd, 2017: Police: IHOP in Warrington robbed at gunpoint

May 23rd, 2017: Shotgun fired at vehicles on Rt. 309 in Richland Twp.; suspect may be in custody

May 15th, 2017: Plymouth Township Police Department unveils new Crimewatch web portal

May 12th, 2017: Bucks County District Attorney joins police chiefs from throughout the county in launching new crime-fighting tool

May 12th, 2017: Bucks County officially launches CRIMEWATCH tool

May 11th, 2017: Bucks County utilizing CRIMEWATCH website

May 11th, 2017: New CRIMEWATCH website clamps down on criminals

January 30th, 2017: All Bucks police departments will soon use CRIMEWATCH technology tool

January 26th, 2017: Harrisburg police credit website, community with making difference in solving crimes

January 19th, 2017: Muhlenberg Police Department Launch Digital Crime Fighting Tool

January 4th, 2017: CRIMEWATCH named a GovTech100 company [list]

December 8th, 2016: New CRIMEWATCH App Helps Police in Bucks County

February 16th, 2016: North Coventry Township Police Department getting new software

January 3rd, 2016: Tredyffrin Police utilize Crimewatch smartphone app​

November 18th, 2015: Lancaster County DA, Police Unveil Online Forum for Information Exchange with Cops

November 18th, 2015: Police: Online tools more important than ever

November 18th, 2015: Law enforcement in Lancaster County aim to increase transparency through CrimeWatch website

November 18th, 2015: Lancaster County officials launch CrimeWatch

July 16th, 2015: West Shore Regional Police Joins the CRIMEWATCH Network

July 10th, 2015: (First Time on Huffington Post!) Man Found Naked In Hog Barn Tells Police, 'I Just Like Pigs'

February 16th, 2015: Dauphin County Cracks Down on Deadbeat Parents

February 3rd, 2015: 18 Pennsylvania Companies to Watch in 2015

October 15th, 2014: Neighborhood Watch for the Web Age

October 13th, 2014: Carlisle Police to Post Reports on New Website

October 9th, 2014: Carlisle's CRIMEWATCH PA Helps Law Enforcement get the Bad guys

October 8th, 2014: Shippensburg Police Department Launches New Website

September 7th, 2014The Download: Who is fit to pitch? Meet 20 start-ups taking the stage at TechBuzz

September 4th, 2014The Capital Region’s Crime Fighting Technology Start-Up is Selected to Present at the Prestigious TechBUZZ 2014 Conference

June 5th, 2014: East Pennsboro Township Police Department to increase digital presence

April 25th, 2014: Carlisle company aims to catch bad guys with a keyboard and a smartphone

March 9th, 2014: East Pennsboro police chief recommends modern crime-fighting technology

March 1st, 2014: Municipal police encounter challenges in social media

February 7th, 2014: U.S. Marshals Arrest Sexual Assault Fugitive on the run since 2009

July 18th, 2013: Hummelstown joins countywide crime watch web portal

July 8th, 2013: Dauphin County District Attorney Ed Marsico Unveils Criminal Justice Portal

July 8th, 2013: Dauphin County police, prosecutors launch interactive crime information site

March 20th, 2013: Carlisle technology start-up competes in international investor showcase

December 20th, 2012: Mechanicsburg's CrimeWatch US gives law enforcement a tool that Joe Friday would have loved

September 25th, 2012: Inside the TechCelerator and the Need for Speed

November 18th, 2011: New Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers website developed

June 7th, 2011: Crime Watch PA Magazine Takes Anti-Crime Messages Statewide