Little Rocky Run is located within the Fairfax County Police Sully District.  If you have an emergency and need immediate assistance, please call 911.  For all other situations, please contact the Fairfax County non-emergency number. Do not assume that someone else will make a report. Working together we can make a difference in our community.  If you see something, say something!

703-691-2131 - Non-emergency #
Little Rocky Run HOA participates in the Fairfax County Neighborhood Watch Program.  
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For more information in the LRR Single-Family homes, please contact Marjorie Ham click here.
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Tips to Avoid Vehicle Break-Ins
1. Keep your car visible. Park in well-lit areas. Avoid having your car concealed by larger vehicles, fences or foliage; thieves like to work in private.
2. Don’t make it easy. Keep windows and sunroofs closed and doors locked. Almost one-fourth of thefts from vehicles are from unlocked cars.
3. Activate your vehicle’s alarm.
4. Hide your valuables. Many smash-and-grab thieves act on impulse, so keep your stuff out of sight – either with you or in a locked trunk. Don’t count on the glove box; thieves know to look there, and they’re easy to break into.
5. Hide your valuables. If you have a wagon or SUV that leaves your cargo area open, get a retractable fitted cover to keep shopping bags or other belongings hidden.
6. Take you keys with you. Don't think you have a great hiding place for a spare key. Car break-in thieves know to look above the visor, in the center console, under the floor mat, in the trunk well, etc.
7. Stow your stuff before arrival. Experienced thieves often stake out parking lots to watch for people putting items in their trunk. Put valuables, like laptops, messenger bags and electronic devices, into your trunk before you get to the parking lot.
8. Stash the evidence, too. After you’ve put your stuff in the trunk, don’t forget such telltale evidence as power plugs, MP3 adapters and navigation system windshield suction-cup mounts. Thieves know what they’re looking for, so hide the electronic accessories, too. Or better yet, take it with you!
9. Trust your instincts. If you see suspicious activity, find another spot to park. If you’re concerned, tell the attendant or report your suspicions to police. You may be helping keep another person from being a victim of a car break-in or worse.
10. Take it one more step. Many vehicles are broken into with the intent of stealing the vehicle itself. Visible anti-theft devices such as steering wheel locks, steering column collars or brake pedal locks, may discourage the would-be thief from breaking in and trying.