Tullytown Borough Police Department

  • Agency: Tullytown Borough Police Department
  • Address: 500 Main Street, Tullytown Borough , 19007 PA
  • Chief: Patrick J Priore (Chief of Police)
Phone: 215-945-0999

Tullytown Borough Police Department is located at 500 Main Street, Tullytown Borough , 19007 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Patrick J Priore. The Tullytown Borough Police Department phone number is 215-945-0999.

Tullytown Borough Police Department News

Huge shout goes to our public works crew who repaired the sidewalk at the municipal building during this heatwave, Great Job!

Community Notification: There will be no Bulk and Yard waste pickups from July 2cd thru July6th. Pickups will resume on Monday July 9th. PLEASE SHARE!

Hope to see you there at Tullytown Canal Park! Campers must provide their own Tents.

Public Safety Message: We have been receiving inquiries on the new Fireworks law passed in 2017. This post will answer some basic questions and we will attach a link at the bottom of this post. Q: Who can purchase fireworks? A: Anyone 18 years of age or older. Q: What are the restrictions on where they can be used? A: They cannot be ignited or discharged on a public or private property without express permission of the property owner. They cannot be discharged from or within a motor vehicle or building. They cannot be discharged toward a motor vehicle or building. They cannot be discharged within 150 feet of an occupied structure. They cannot be discharged while the person is under the influence of alcohol, a controlled substance, or another drug. THE BEST RULE OF THUMB IS TO USE COMMON SENSE, BE SAFE AND FOLLOW THE LAW. Here is a link to review the new law : https://psp.pa.gov/public-safety/Pages/fireworks-safety.aspx

Public Safety Message: Burglars caught in the act! Tullytown Police arrested two Juveniles who were caught inside of McGinty's Ice Cream store burglarizing the business. Great Job!

Severe Weather Alert: Flash Flood Warning till 10:30am May 27, 2018

Band jamming in Tullytown park!

Public Information Message: Due to the Memorial Day Parade today Main Street will be closed at 11:45am until the parade and services are completed. Also no parking on Main Street from 10am-2pm May 26, 2018. We thank everyone in advance for their cooperation.

As we begin this extended memorial day weekend services, parades and cook outs please remember all of the brave men and women who served and continue to serve the greatest country in the world! Thank you from the entire community of Tullytown.

We are accepting applications for the position of Part Time Police Officer. Eligibility requirements are you must have completed at the time of application the PA Act 120 program and pass all stages of the background process, physical and psychological evaluations. Applications can be picked up in person Monday thru Friday between 9a - 5pm. Tullytown Borough Police Department is an EEO employer.

Let's get this guy Identified!

A transformer blew and we are aware that a portion of town is out of power. PECO has been notified and enroute. The Municipal complex is running on the back up generator so you can still VOTE!

Happy Mother's Day from all of us at TPD!

A Tornado Watch for our area is in effect until 1:00am

On the evening of December 11, 2017 an armed robbery occurred at the Game stop in the Levittown Town Center. The investigation by police in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the ATF resulted in the arrest of Michael A. HALL Jr. who was positively identified as the armed robber of several Game stop stores in Pa and NJ. Defendant Michael A. HALL Jr. was charged federally with 8 Hobbs Act Robbery violations and 1 count of Brandishing a firearm during the commission of a crime to which he pleaded Guilty in United States District Court on May 10, 2018. Great TEAMWORK by all agencies involved!

Fog conditions this morning, drivers turn on your headlights, adjust your speeds and keep your EYES pealed in school zones!

On behalf of the Mayor, Council, Chief of Police and Officers, please keep the Johnson family in your thoughts and prayers. The Community and Fire service lost a good man. RIP Rick.

A special THANKYOU to all of the men and women of the Bucks County Emergency Communications Center for all they do! In recognition of National Public Safety Telecommunicators week April 8 thru 14 2018.

The investigation by Bristol Township Police and Bucks County Detectives assisted by Bensalem Police and Montgomery County Detectives was extensive and the upcoming prosecution by the District Attorney's Office will bring justice to the victim on this sad case.

Happy Easter..... get all of your easter egg hunts done early snow is coming! No this is not April fools joke. LOL