If You See Something, Say Something
You can help keep your community safe by sharing information about any suspicious activities.
In partnership with the United States Department of Homeland Security, the Dunwoody Police Department needs your help!
If You See Something, Say Something.
Homeland security begins with hometown security. You play an important role in keeping our nation safe.
It was an observant New York street vendor who tipped off a policeman about the bombing attempt in Times Square and a group of brave passengers on Northwest Airlines Flight 253 intervened to stop a bombing attempt Christmas Day in 2009.
You can report suspicious activities by phone, text, or online.
Call - Dunwoody Police Department at 678-382-6908 or the Department of Homeland Security at 877-428-5324. **DIAL 911 IF ACTIVITY IS IN PROGRESS!**
Text - Send anonymous text tip to C-R-I-M-E-S (274-637). Use the word DPD Tips at the start of your message. Your cell number will be encrypted.
Online - Submit online confidentially: WebTip
Check out Submit a Crime Tip for more information on submitting crime tips.