Erie Police Department

  • Agency: Erie Police Department
  • Address: 626 State St, Erie , 16501 PA
  • Chief: Stephen Franklin (Chief of Police)
Phone: 814-870-1125
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Erie Police Department is located at 626 State St, Erie , 16501 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Stephen Franklin. The Erie Police Department phone number is 814-870-1125.

Erie Police Department News

Erie Police are attempting to identify the female in the attached pictures. She is a suspect in a credit card fraud and theft at Kwik Fill (East Lake Rd. & Penna Ave.). If you can identify this female, contact Officer Eicher (814) 870-1165.

Erie Police are attempting to identify the person in the attached pictures. The person is the suspect from the robbery at Manus A-Plus (East 12th & French Sts.) on December 26, 2017. We are hoping someone may recognize the jacket. It is a charcoal or grey colored jacket with a paisley design. The suspect is approx. 5'9 to 6'1 with an average build. If you have information, contact Detective Berarducci (814) 870-1221.

Erie Police are attempting to identify the male in attached video. He is a suspect in a robbery at Circle K (603 W. 26th St.) on January 11, 2018. The video quality is not the best, but we are hoping someone may recognize the suspects clothing or mannerisms. If you have any information, contact Detective Suchy (814) 870-1161.

Retweeted Matt Bresee (@Matt_Bresee): Thank you to all our first responders for being here tonight and for all you do as the real superheroes everyday! https://t.co/kmGqzAR6Lk

SNOW REMOVAL OPERATIONS: Per City Ordinance 512.09 the Erie Streets Department and the City of Erie Police Department will conduct snow removal operations. Friday 1/5/2018 Will cover the following area: East 16th north to the lake, from State Street to East Ave. Monday 1/8/2018 starting at 8am in the following areas: West 26th to West 32nd Streets from State Street to Elmwood Ave. Tuesday 1/9/18 will be West 12th to West 19th from State Street to Cranberry. Snow removal operations will include the towing and ticketing of all vehicles that have allowed the buildup of snow that obstructs the flow of traffic and/or limits the movement of plow equipment and Emergency Vehicles. Vehicles that are found to be in violation of the even-odd parking or other parking violations will be ticketed and towed. Vehicles that are found to be impeding or obstructing the flow of traffic will be ticketed and towed. In addition to the cost of the fine, towing and storage, owners may be assessed additional fees for recovering the vehicle from snow built up around it. Residents in this area that are aware of a vehicle obstructing traffic are encouraged to contact the owner and advise them of this snow removal operation.

UPDATED SNOW REMOVAL PROCEDURES FOR 01/04/18 and 01/05/2018 Per City Ordinance 512.09 the Erie Streets Department and the City of Erie Police Department will conduct snow removal operations Thursday 1/4/2018 starting at 8am in the following areas: West 16th to West 26th Streets from State Street to Bauer Lane / Elmwood Ave. (All blocks through the 1400 block. FRIDAY JANUARY 5th 2018 Will cover the following area: East 16th north to the lake, from State Street to East Ave. Snow removal operations will include the towing and ticketing of all vehicles that have allowed the buildup of snow that obstructs the flow of traffic and/or limits the movement of plow equipment and Emergency Vehicles. Vehicles that are found to be in violation of the even-odd parking or other parking violations will be ticketed and towed. Vehicles that are found to be impeding or obstructing the flow of traffic will be ticketed and towed. In addition to the cost of the fine, towing and storage, owners may be assessed additional fees for recovering the vehicle from snow built up around it. Residents in this area that are aware of a vehicle obstructing traffic are encouraged to contact the owner and advise them of this snow removal operation.

Erie Police are attempting to identify the female in the attached pictures. She is a suspect in a retail theft of a computer at Walmart. If you can identify this female, contact Detective Letkiewicz (814) 870-1514.

SNOW REMOVAL OPERATION: Per City Ordinance 512.09 the Erie Streets Department and the City of Erie Police Department will conduct snow removal operations Wednesday 1/3/2018 starting at 8am in the following areas East 16th to East 26th Streets from State Street to East Ave. Snow removal operations will include the towing and ticketing of all vehicles that have allowed the buildup of snow that obstructs the flow of traffic and/or limits the movement of plow equipment and Emergency Vehicles. Vehicles that are found to be in violation of the even-odd parking or other parking violations will be ticketed and towed. Vehicles that are found to be impeding or obstructing the flow of traffic will be ticketed and towed. In addition to the cost of the fine, towing and storage, owners may be assessed additional fees for recovering the vehicle from snow built up around it. Residents in this area that are aware of a vehicle obstructing traffic are encouraged to contact the owner and advise them of this snow removal operation. Thank you for cooperation as we try to recover from this snow storm.

The City of Erie has declared a Snow Emergency. Roads are dangerous and impassable. This is an incredible amount of snow that we're trying to move and appreciate resident cooperation. Residents should stay off of City of Erie streets until it stops snowing, and we can get the roads open. City plows have been out since the beginning of this storm, and we will continue to plow throughout the day today.

Members of the Erie Police Saturation Unit, Ptlm J Russo and Ptlm S McGill participated in the "shop with a hero" campaign sponsored by Walmart. These officers, along with members of our Military and surrounding agencies, helped a great group of kids pick out gifts and spread some Christmas Cheer!

Members of the Erie Police Department were honored today by Mayor Sinnott and Chief Dacus for bravery and outstanding work over the last year. Ptlm Lenox received the Police Chiefs Community Service Award for his outstanding work on the Police Athletic League. Ptlm Wilson and Ptlm Allison received the Combat Cross for their actions taken against an armed suspect earlier in the year. Ptlm Dan Shields received a Mayoral Commendation for his action against an armed suspect. Lt Jon Peters accepted a unit Commendation for the Erie Police Major Crimes unit who have a 100% clearance rate on homicides in 2017, Erie Police Major Crimes Detectives: Det Sgt Janus, Det Hertel, Det Stoker, Det Bogart, Det Berarducci, Det Suchy, Det Clement. Your dedication and hard work has not gone unnoticed, Outstanding Work Officers!

Retweeted Tim Hahn (@ETNhahn): #Erie Mayor Joe Sinnott awards city’s Combat Cross to two patrolmen involved in a January shootout with a gunman https://t.co/3rYusepcNV

Retweeted Tim Hahn (@ETNhahn): Sinnott also recognized the efforts of Lt. Jon Peters and members of the #Erie police Major Crimes Unit for 100 percent clearance of homicide cases this year https://t.co/vyfa2IZZK1

Retweeted Tim Hahn (@ETNhahn): #Erie mayor, police chief honor officers and detectives for their efforts in 2017. https://t.co/fl4J2eJdOF

Erie Police are attempting to identify the male in the attached pictures. He is a suspect in several thefts at Walmart. If you can identify this male, contact Detective Letkiewicz (814) 870-1514.

Retweeted Mitchel Meighen (@mr_meighen): Today we continued with our guest speakers from the letters my students wrote. Cole wrote to Sargent Stan Tuznik of the @eriepolice Department, who came to speak to us about peace & justice and how law enforcement is perceived throughout our country. Thank you, Sargent Tuznik! 🚔 https://t.co/ASGnu704i6

Erie Police are attempting to identify the male in the attached pictures. He is a suspect in a credit card fraud at Country Fair. If you can identify this male, contact Detective Letkiewicz (814) 870-1514 and reference Incident number 2017-43621.

Chief Dacus and members of the Erie Police Department, along with the Pennsylvania State Police took the Polar Plunge today. They all jumped in the lake for a great cause, raising money for the Special Olympics!

Erie Police to Paticipate in Nationwide "Click it or ticket" Campaign November 20th -December 3rd Mororists are reminded that Pennsylvania's primary seat-belt law requires drivers and passengers under 18 years old to buckle up, and children under the age of 4 must be properly restrained in an approved child safety seat. Drivers and front seat passengers are required to buckle up. If motorists are stopped for a traffic violation and are not wearing a seat belt, they can recieve a second ticket and second fine. According to PennDOT there were 129,407 crashes that occoured In Pennsylvania, resulting in 1,188 Fatalaties. Erie Police will be running special traffic enforcement from November 20th to December 3rd focusing on trafffic violations and seat belt use. Remember : Click it or Ticket!!!