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If the crime is occurring now or you have an emergency, call 911 immediately.

Report Criminal or Suspicious Activity to North Augusta Public Safety

  • Call 911 in an emergency.
  • Call 803-279-2122 for non-emergencies.
  • Report suspicious activity by Email.

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North Augusta is a safe community and always should be.

If you see something suspicious, call 911 immediately. This could include:
  •  Attempting to break into a restricted area.
  • Using fake IDs and documents.
  • Stealing uniforms, official vehicles, badges and IDs.
  • Vandalism of critical infrastructure, key resources, churches, schools, government buildings, water treatment facilities, etc.
  • Cyber attacks.
  • Threats -- expressed or implied.
  • Unusual or dangerous activity from a plane, helicopter or drone.
Alert law enforcement if you notice suspicious activity like:
  • Surveillance, monitoring or recording of activities.
  • Someone trying to get information about daily operations, security, alarms, access control, HVAC systems, water supply, etc.
  • Testing security measures or trying to measure public safety response times to critical infrastructure or key resources, maybe by raising false alarms.
  • Buying or stealing explosives, weapons, ammunition, uniforms, passes or badges.
  • A suspicious person who seems out of place.
  • Rehearsal activities like putting people and resources in position and practicing assaults or attacks.
  • Moving people and resources into place to commit a violent act.
  • Suspicious transactions involving large cash payments, deposits or withdrawals.

When reporting suspicious activity, it is helpful to give the most accurate description possible, including:

  • A brief description of the activity.
  • Date, time and location of the activity.
  • Physical identifiers of anyone you observed.
  • Descriptions of vehicle(s).
  • Information about where people involved in suspicious activities may have gone.
  • Your name and contact information (optional).