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Keep Carlisle Barracks safe: See something, Say something

Across the nation, we're all part of communities. In cities, on farms, and in the suburbs, we share everyday moments with our neighbors, colleagues, family, and friends. It's easy to take for granted the routine moments in our every day—going to work or school, the grocery store or the gas station. But your every day is different than your neighbor’s—filled with the moments that make it uniquely yours. So if you see something you know shouldn't be there—or someone's behavior that doesn't seem quite right—say something. Because only you know what’s supposed to be in your everyday. Informed, alert communities play a critical role in keeping our nation safe. "If You See Something, Say Something."

We all know that our police, guards and emergency responders are the front line in keeping the Carlisle Barracks Community safe. But each of us also has a very important role in keeping our community safe and secure. This includes everything from vandalism to possible security concerns.

Part of that personal responsibility is reporting anything that you see that is suspicious. There are a number of ways to do so at Carlisle Barracks.

If the situation is an emergency or requires immediate attention, call 911.

Carlisle Barracks and the United States Army War College has an “ iWATCH ” Program; See Something – Say Something. In short, suspicious persons, packages, and vehicles that are seemingly out of place should be reported to the Carlisle Barracks Police Desk at, (717) 245-4115 or online using the suspicious activity report at

The form can be filled out anonymously.  

Give as many details as you can. Here is a checklist to help you.

1. The date and time

2. Where it happened

3. What you witnessed.

4. A description of who was involved

  • Male or female
  • How tall
  • Build
  • Hair color, skin color, age
  • English speaking or another language?

5. Was there a car? Note the license plate number.

6. Have you seen this activity in your neighborhood before?