Towamencin Township Police Department

  • Agency: Towamencin Township Police Department
  • Address: 1090 Troxel Road, Kulpsville, 19443 PA
  • Chief: Paul Timothy Dickinson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 215-368-7606
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Towamencin Township Police Department is located at 1090 Troxel Road, Kulpsville, 19443 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Paul Timothy Dickinson. The Towamencin Township Police Department phone number is 215-368-7606.

Towamencin Township Police Department News

** UPDATE TO ORIGINAL POST ** The below pictured gentlemen has been found and is being reunited with his family now. Thank you to everyone who shared and helped us in locating him!

MISSING ELDERLY ADULT: **UPDATE - HE HAS BEEN FOUND SAFE AND IS BEING REUNITED WITH HIS FAMILY NOW. THANK YOU FOR EVERYONE WHO SHARED THIS POST AND ASSISTED US IN LOCATING THIS INDIVIDUAL** UPDATE - Photos Added An elderly white male, 70 years of age, has gone missing from the area of Stockton Court in Lansdale, PA within Towamencin Township. The missing person is approximately 6’ tall, but walks with a hunch. Missing individual has gray hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing black sweatpants, a two tone brown sweater, a black rain jacket, and gray and white shoes. If you have any information or think you may have seen this person, please contact the Towamencin Township Police Department at 215-368-7606 or call 911 to report.

Come stop by the TPD table and say hi to Officer Meyer and Detective Pierluisse!

It's okay to be superstitious, or a little stitious, about Friday the 13th. After the "spring" we've been having, its safe to assume the nice weather is a trap set by mother nature. Avoid the trap! Come visit Bucks and Montgomery Counties finest Police, EMS, and fire at Emergency Services Day tomorrow.

Last night Towamencin Police Department swore in its newest Officer. Officer Michael McCarrick lives in Delaware County with his wife and son. Michael graduated from the Delaware County Community College Police Academy in 2011. Michael comes to us with prior police experience in Delaware County as a part time Police Officer. He is very excited to start his career in Towamencin Township, and we are excited to add him to the rank and file!

Last night, the Honor Society students at Calvary Baptist School, Lansdale hosted their annual Thin Blue Line Banquet to honor law officers and supporting staff. Everyone from the Towamencin Police Department is especially gracious for the continued support. We left with full bellies and full hearts. We already have next year marked on our calendars!👮‍♀️💙

**UPDATE: BOTH PUPS ARE HOME** Update: Black pup-Hendrix still on the loose These two dogs ran away after a gate was left open. They were last seen in Lansdale near Allentown and Woodlawn. The black dog is a boarder collie with a white chest, neutered and answers to Hendrix. Contact the owner at 610-217-1147 if seen.

Big thanks to UME for dropping off the hot soft pretzels to the station today! Looks like Officer Check and Officer Kilroy brought the "cheese" ...

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month If you are a victim of sexual assault, or know someone who is, the Victim Services Center for Montgomery County is a resource available to you for counseling and guidance.

We are participating with 15 other Departments in the Montgomery County Law Enforcement Consortium Police Exam, May 12, 2018. To apply go to www.montcopolicetest.com.

WE WILL GLADLY TAKE YOUR "BAD MEDICINE" ON APRIL 28th!

As this snowy first day of spring continues, the road conditions aren't getting any better... If you can, please continue to stay off the roads so the plows can clear the mess. Maybe take this time to dye your Easter eggs bright and beautiful colors! At the rate we're going, nobody will be able to find them if you don't.... 🐰

SNOW EMERGENCY TUESDAY MARCH 20 at 11 PM to THURSDAY MARCH 22 at 12 NOON Here we go again. Mother Nature is not ready to give up on winter yet! Anyway, the Township has called for a snow emergency, so get your cars off the streets and prepare for another "Winter Wonderland." Removing your cars from the street is helpful in safely clearing our township streets, and where designated, is required by law. Thanks!

With St. Patrick's Day approaching this weekend, we'd like to take this time to remind you to enjoy safely and responsibly. Don't bet your luck on it: IMPAIRED driving is deadly driving. This St. Paddy's Day, remember: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.

"Snow Emergency" The Towamencin Township has announced a Snow Emergency effective 11:00 PM Tuesday March 6th through 12:00 noon Thursday March 8th. Please see the below flyer for information on the snow emergency and how it affects you.

We really enjoyed helping Montgomery Township PD at the Coffee with a Cop at Wegman’s Market at Montgomery Mall. Thanks for the invite and the opportunity to meet some great people.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - STILL OPEN We are still accepting applications for this position. Applications will be accepted until it is filled.

Six true American heroes and guardians of democracy lost. RIP officers, your duty is done. A little of all of us have passed with you.

Well, Mr. Moosey has been a lot of places. Miami,FL was his last stop and they put this video together. Everyone please follow Moosey on his page. FYI, Officer Gibbas of Towamencin, Pa PD, Moosey’s best friend, is recuperating from being struck by a car, but doing well. Support Moosey and Officer Gibbas.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Sergeant Michael Paul and his squad delivered a donation from our Novembeard event to Easter Seals of Southeast PA in Kulpsville. The whiskers are gone and were turned into some cash to help Easter Seals do their important work!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Today was the delivery day for our 2017 Holiday Toy Drive. Santa was ready to go this morning and we had three very important addresses to help him with. What a great way to start the Christmas Holiday! Special thanks to the Towamencin Community for their donations and gift wrapping support. Also, a very special thank you to Lowry Electric of Harleysville who made a huge donation of special items for Santa to deliver, as well as ACE Hardware of Harleysville that provided Santa with a "big white sleigh" to carry all the goodies! We are also very lucky that Santa's brother works here at TTPD. Thanks again Santa, you are very special! Just look at those faces! Merry Christmas to all!