The safety of your family and keeping your home and property secure is very important.

Staying informed and taking time to know your neighbors and neighborhood is a great first step to help prevent crime and unsavory activity in our community. 

The Madison Township Community/Crime Watch (MTCCW) group is a great place to meet and get to know your neighbors.  The MTCCW meets the first Monday of the month.  The focus of this group is, but not limited to:

  • sharing updates and information on crime & suspicious activity in the township
  • guest speakers
  • sharing ideas on township wide "family fun" activities

 Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.  Together we can make a difference. 

Meetings are held the first Monday of the month at the Marne United Methodist Church located at 1019 Licking Valley Rd. NE.  


If you are a resident of Madison Township in Licking County and you are not currently a member on the Madison Township Community Group / Crime Watch Facebook page, you can easily request membership from the Facebook page.


Curious about the crime stats for Madison Township? The link below will take you to two documents.  One is the breakdown of monthly Licking County Sheriff calls to Madison Township in 2018.  The second document shows the current year, 2019, breakdown through the month of May.  This information was provided by the Licking County Sheriff's Department.

Meetings are not currently being held. In the meantime, please keep in touch on our Facebook page.

If you are a resident of Madison Township, you can request to be a member of the "Madison Twp Community Crime Watch, Licking County OH" page on Facebook.  This Facebook page keeps residents informed on what is happening in and around Madison Township.  It is a great resource for information.

While you are on Facebook, you can also request to be a member of the "Madison Township Events, Licking County, Newark Ohio" page.

Don't forget to check out the "Madison Township Fire Department Station-100" Facebook page too.

The Newark Police Division developed a "Residential Safety and Security Survey" to help you check your residence.  To view the survey, click on the link below.