Lebanon Police Department

  • Agency: Lebanon Police Department
  • Address: 400 S 8th St, Lebanon , 17042 PA
  • Chief: William L Harvey (Chief of Police)
Phone: 717-272-6611

Lebanon Police Department is located at 400 S 8th St, Lebanon , 17042 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is William L Harvey. The Lebanon Police Department phone number is 717-272-6611.

Lebanon Police Department News

The South Lebanon Township Police Department is pleased to introduce Patrolman Brandon Fancovic. Officer Fancovic was sworn in to duty this morning by Judge Anthony Verna. Please give him a warm welcome to our Township!

Found! Very distinguished backpack in the Prescott area. Owner can claim the backpack by calling the police department at 717-274-0481 and providing an accurate description.

Job Opening - Police Officer The South Lebanon Township Police Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time police officer. Applications are available at the Police Department located at 1800 S. 5th Ave., Lebanon, PA 17042 during regular business hours (Mon-Fri 7:30am – 4:00pm) or online at: https://www.twp.south-lebanon.pa.us/ Completed applications and supporting documents shall be returned no later than the close of business on Friday March 2, 2018. If you have previously submitted an application to the South Lebanon Township Police Department within the last 2 years, you do not need to submit a new application. Minimum requirements for the police officer position: • United States citizen • Minimum 21 years of age • High School Diploma • PA Municipal Police Academy (Act 120) • Possess a valid Pennsylvania operator’s license • Be able to perform the duties of a Police Officer (list of duties included with application) Testing requirements: • Written and oral examinations • Psychological examination • Polygraph examination • Medical examination and drug screening • Extensive background investigation to include financial history

UPDATE: With exception of a few people in North Lebanon, as of 1:50pm, POWER HAS BEEN RESTORED! Please drive carefully and stay safe out there! The weather is playing havoc with our roads and electricity! If you are without power in South Lebanon it is due to a transformer fire. Met-Ed has been notified. The red lights on 422 at 15th Avenue and at Prescott Road are also out. Please use extreme caution if you are traveling through those intersections.

Thank you for the fantastic lunch courtesy of the Lebanon Federal Credit Union!

A GIANT thank you to the South Lebanon Elementary School's 'Girls on the Run' team! The girls chose the South Lebanon Police Department as their Community Impact Project and baked some very delicious cookies for us! In addition to baking cookies from start to finish, the girls also recently ran & finished their 1st 5K in chilly temps. on November 11th. The South Lebanon Elementary School's Girls on the Run program is a team comprised youths in 3rd through 5th grades. The program is designed to positively impact the girl's lives by focusing on a life skill curriculum under the guidance of their team leader by helping them increase their self-confidence, develop healthy relationships and incorporate fun physical activity. Their team leader at South Lebanon is Guidance Counselor Jaime Bettleyon. Pictured is the Girls on the Run team and team leaders along with Cpl. Wade Achey and Ptlm. Dave Troxell. A round of applause for SLE Girls on the Run & their positive community spirit!

ROSIE HAS BEEN FOUND and returned to her owner! Thank you to all who shared!

FOUND PROPERTY A reciprocating saw in its case was found and turned into the South Lebanon Township Police Department. Upon proper identification of the saw, the rightful owner may claim it. Please call 717-274-2071

FOUND KEY turned in today. Found in the area of Fonderwhite Road and 5th Avenue. Please call 717-274-0481 to claim.

Recent Vehicle Break-ins – South Lebanon Township residents from Charles Street, Clover Drive, Homestead Drive and Falcon Circle, reported a total of (8) vehicles broken into between Sept 12th and 14th during the overnight hours. A variety of items were taken from the vehicles to include, a purse containing cash, gift cards, credit cards and other personal items, an H & S Performance Tuner, loose change, gift cards and cash. Value of the items stolen is estimated to be in excess of $4,000 and the damage estimate to the vehicles is estimated at $3,000. Residents are reminded to not let purses and other valuable in their cars and make sure your car is secured. Anyone who may have seen anything suspicious or has any information, is asked to contact the South Lebanon Police Department at 717-274-0481.

A lawnmower was turned into the police department today. It looks likes a trusty old pal that would like to be reunited with its owner. If you lost your lawnmower in South Lebanon Township and can accurately describe this lost soul, we will be happy to reunite you so you can joyfully mow your lawn once again! Please contact the police department at 717-274-0481.

Keeping South Lebanon Township Beautiful! South Lebanon Township has several ordinances in place to keep your neighborhood beautiful. Recently it has been called to our attention that there is some confusion over the ordinance regulating signage. SLT Ordinance Number 278, Section 16, does not permit any type of sign to be placed in any roadway right-of-way. This includes yard sale signs & all civic event related signs to include youth sports team advertising, church events, election signs, etc. Any sign placed within the right-of-way will be removed. If you would like to display these types of signs, a general rule of thumb would be to place your sign 10 feet back from the curb or edge of the road, this includes the area in the front of your home. This will put the sign out of the right-of-way. Before placing any sign, make sure that you are the property owner. All commercial and business signs fall under a different subsection of the ordinance and are regulated through Lebanon County Planning Department. If you require more information for Commercial signs please inquire with the police department. Thank you for promoting a positive visual environment in South Lebanon Township!

Cedar Crest Middle School student, Ellie Gerhart, made a surprise visit to the South Lebanon Township Police Department this afternoon. Ellie stopped in to thank the Officers of the department for their service & commitment to the community on this special day. She also brought along some cookies to share! Ellie was representing Cedar Crest Middle School 6th Grade Team Blast. A GIANT thank you to Miss Ellie and her team! Never forget 09/11/2001 🇺🇸️

UPDATE! After some exploration & adventure Gus has found his owners! Thank you to his new friends who took good care of him & to all that shared the post!

LOST DOG! In the area of the Fox Ridge Development. His name is Brisket. Brisket is friendly but skittish. He is a Shiba Inu and is 11 months old and weighs approximately 30 pounds. He is cream colored with a curly tail. He is not wearing a collar. Brisket went missing on Friday and has been recently spotted in the area of the Lebanon VA Medical Center and South Hills Park. Anyone who sees Brisket or might know of his whereabouts is asked to contact Julie at 717-926-3880.

Chief Lesher is celebrating his 40th Anniversary with the South Lebanon Police Department today! To help celebrate he had some special visitors and they brought a delicious treat to share! Thank you Chief for your service and dedication to the community!

UPDATE! The owner of the iPod has been located! Thank you to all who shared this post but a bigger THANK YOU goes out to the person who found the iPod and turned it in to the police department. A young man and his Mom are very grateful to you this morning!

A set of keys were found at the South Hills basketball court and turned into the police department. The owner can claim their keys by calling 717-274-0481 and providing proper identification.

Arrest made in Boose of Cornwall shooting! The news release you have all been waiting for! Through hard work, excellent investigation & the dedication of the Officers, an arrest has been made in the shooting that occurred Monday evening at Boose at Cornwall Aluminum Foundry. Hats off to South Lebanon PD, Lebanon County Detective Bureau and assisting departments!! Job well done!

FOUND PROPERTY – A tool bag & tools were turned in to the South Lebanon Township Police. The bag was observed falling off of a pick-up truck that was traveling on S. 5th Avenue in the late afternoon hours on June 5th. The bag contains various tools that are directly related to somebody’s livelihood. If you know who the tool bag & tools belong to, have them contact the South Lebanon Police at 717-274-0481. Upon proper identification, the tools will be returned.