Wyoming Borough Police Department

  • Agency: Wyoming Borough Police Department
  • Address: 277 Wyoming Ave, Wyoming, 18644 PA
  • Chief: William Ragantesi (chief of Police)
Phone: 570-693-2650
Fax: 570-693-2620

Wyoming Borough Police Department is located at 277 Wyoming Ave, Wyoming, 18644 PA. The chief of Police of the department is William Ragantesi. The Wyoming Borough Police Department phone number is 570-693-2650.

Wyoming Borough Police Department News

ATTENTION: March 2, 2018. 4:50pm. There is a major Verizon wireless phone outage effecting all of Luzerne County. Verizon wireless customers will not be able to dial 911 if there is an emergency. If you have an emergency and can not call 911, please go directly to the nearest emergency services building ( Fire/Rescue/EMS/Police ) for any help you may need.

UPDATE: The owner has contacted us and is being reunited with his dog, Bo, as we speak. Thank you all for sharing this post and having it reach the owner! This male dog was found in West Wyoming, has a collar but no tags, if you know who this dog belongs to, please call the station’s non emergency line (570) 693-1211.

Happy Veterans Day!

West Wyoming Borough Police Department is attempting to identify the female in the photographs who is the suspect in a retail theft investigation. Anyone with information may call the department at (570)693-1211 Ext.1 or send a private message to the department and remain anonymous. *Update* Suspect has been identified.

West Wyoming Police Ptlm. Evans and Chief Nocera dropped off 2 cruisers filled with donations from the police department for the victims of hurricane Harvey and for future victims of hurricane Irma, if needed. If anyone else would like to donate items, Diamond Mfg. on W. 8th in West Wyoming will have the truck there until 8pm tonight and from 8am-8pm tomorrow accepting donations.

West Wyoming Police Ptlm. Alberigi and Wyoming Police Ptlm. Noble supported the Wyoming Area Girls Soccer team this morning by getting the police cars washed by them for their fundraiser at Dileo's service station. The cruisers look great, thank you! Go WA!!

We had a great turnout of children and their parents/guardians last class and we have been asked to host another one! This 1 hour FREE class will be on Sunday August 27 at 1:00pm. Information on how to register is located in the post.

ATTENTION: August 9, 2017 9:00pm. There is a major phone outage effecting all of Luzerne County. If you have an emergency and can not call 911, please go directly to the nearest emergency services building ( Fire/Rescue/EMS/Police ) for any help you may need. UPDATE: August 10, 0600am, this problem has reportedly been fixed. All phone systems appear to be working normally.

August 2, 2017 5:25pm: West 8th Street from Shoemaker Ave. to Carverton Rd. is now OPEN to all traffic.

The Firearms Institute of Specialized Training and West Wyoming Borough Police Department will join forces to take aim against a deadly, but preventable child safety crisis by hosting a free children’s firearms safety and familiarization course on Sunday, July 16, 2017, in Exeter. The free two-hour hands-on and interactive course, which is open to children age 4 and up and their parents or guardians, will begin at 1:00 PM. The program will be conducted at the FIST training facility on the Galli’s Fighting Chance School of Self Defense campus, 54 Tunkhannock Avenue, Exeter. Click on the link to register for this event!

We would like to thank PennEast Pipeline for awarding the department this grant. The money from this grant will be used to purchase AED's and advanced first aid equipment to better serve the community. http://www.psdispatch.com/news/55590/west-wyoming-police-department-receives-5000-grant-from-penneast-pipeline


We would like to remind the residents to lock your vehicles. We have been receiving reports of thefts from unlocked vehicles. These thefts have been occurring between the hours of 2am and 6:30am. If you see suspicious activity please call 911. If you have any information regarding the thefts please call the police department's non emergency line 570-693-1211.

Ptlm. Noble, Chief Nocera and Pltm. Evans at tonight's council meeting.

At tonight's council meeting, Mayor Herbert swore in Curtis Nocera as the West Wyoming Borough Police Department's new Chief of Police.

ATTN: West Wyoming Residents With the major snow storm expected on Tuesday March 14, 2017 we would like to ask you all to do / not do a few simple things: 1. If possible, please do not park on the streets. If you must park on the streets, please have your vehicle parked as close to the curb as possible and away from intersections. DPW plow trucks will be out clearing the streets as best and as fast as possible during the storm. 2. Do not shovel, snow blow or plow snow into the streets. 3. Do not harass or obstruct the plow truck operators. They will be working long hours and doing their very best to clear the streets. Snow will most likely be pushed up along the curb lines, sidewalks and into the entrance of your driveway, not on purpose, but this is a major storm and the snow has to go somewhere. With this significant amount, it will likely take over 24 hours to clear all the snow so please give them some time to get the job done. Any persons harassing or obstructing the plow truck operators for simply doing their jobs will be cited. 4. Do not call 911 to report that your road has not yet been plowed or to report/ask any non-emergent problems or questions. 911 is to be used for emergencies only. Non-Emergent questions for police, you can call 570-693-1211 and speak to the officer on duty. 5. Please help elderly neighbors as much as possible and check on them to see if they need anything throughout the storm. Traveling during the storm will be extremely difficult and dangerous and their usual visitors and aids might not be able to make it to them. 6. If you live near a fire hydrant please shovel it out. The fire department may not be able to locate them during an emergency to save your house or your neighbors. The fire department will greatly appreciate your help as well. 7. Most importantly, stay safe. Do not drive or travel on the roadways unless you absolutely have to. If an emergency should arise, Call 911 and emergency services will be there shortly to help you. -Chief Nocera

We are asking for your help in identifying the below individual. If you can identify this male please contact the police department at (570)693-1211.