Upper Perk Police District

  • Agency: Upper Perk Police District
  • Address: 88 W. 6th St, Pennsburg, 18073 PA
  • Chief: Michael Devlin (Chief of Police)
Phone: 215-679-8203
Fax: 215.679.3919
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Upper Perk Police District is located at 88 W. 6th St, Pennsburg, 18073 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael Devlin. The Upper Perk Police District phone number is 215-679-8203.

Upper Perk Police District News

Upper Perk Police arrested three (3) suspects tonight in relation to the armed robbery, which occurred at the Rite Aid Pharmacy in Pennsburg Borough on September 30, 2017. Arrested was a 15 year old from Upper Hanover Township; a 17 year old from Marlborough Township; and a 19 year old from East Greenville Borough. UPPD

Represent those uniforms and your community! Stick together, play your hearts out, and bring home a championship! We are proud of you! LET’S GO, UPPER PERK FOOTBALL!

The front of our race shirt this year

PRESS RELEASE TONIGHT BY MAYOR VICKI LIGHTCAP “We are proud to announce that, on October 26, 2017 Corporal James Lavin of the Upper Perk Police Department was deputized by the FBI as a Federal Task Force Officer and assigned to the Bucks-Mont Safe Streets Task Force. The mission of this task force is to identify and target for prosecution criminal enterprise groups responsible for drug trafficking, money laundering, alien smuggling, crimes of violence such as murder and aggravated assault, robbery and violent street gangs, as may be a federal investigative interest. The SSTF will enhance the effectiveness of Federal/State/Local law enforcement resources through a well coordinated initiative seeking the most effective investigative/prosecutive avenues by which to convict and incarcerate dangerous offenders. The Upper Perk Valley now has an FBI Task Force Officer in our backyard and a strong partnership with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Due to our current partnerships with, and support from the FBI and Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, and the tenacity of our officers, Pennsburg Borough has never had a better law enforcement team to rely on. “ Mayor Vicki Lightcap Pennsburg Borough

The Philadelphia Eagles are supporting the Upper Perk Police Officer’s Association again this year with a football signed by Defensive End Chris Long. The football will be raffled off the day of our 5K/5M race! Tickets will be sold race day. Go Birds!

A terrorist attack on our soil is an attack on us all. There are many people in New York right now who are, and forever will be, devastated by the cowardice act of this terrorist who decided to drive a truck into a crowd of innocent and unsuspecting pedestrians and cyclists. As Americans we must reflect on what happen today and feel the pain of our fellow brothers and sisters. Their pain is our pain and ours theirs. The same goes for the successes and failures, the trials and tribulations, and the good and the bad of every American. We don’t have to agree on everything, but we are in this together. Let’s take this as an opportunity to remember what truly makes America. We share a lot of the same values, we are a compassionate people, we work hard, and we have a spirit that will never die! No matter the situation, we will always answer the call! We will always protect the downtrodden ! We will always lead from the front! We will never quit! Watch out for each other, and we will always be there watching over you. Be vigilant, be compassionate, be unafraid. We are thinking about you tonight, New York!

Let them grow, Officers!

Retired UPPD Officer Stephen Gramata stopped by headquarters today to see the new generation of Upper Perk coppers. It was nice to meet you, Sir.

On Saturday, October 28, 2017, Montgomery County is having a drug take back day, sponsored by the District Attorney’s Office and Chiefs of Police Association. The Upper Perk Police station is an official drop off site. We look forward to seeing you between 10AM and 2PM. All drugs received will be turned over to the DEA for destruction.

Let’s help Lower Salford Police identify a couple retail theft suspects! If you have information, either send us a private message or contact Lower Salford Police directly at 215-256-9500.

This morning Upper Perk Police were notified that the ambulance was being dispatched to a location in Pennsburg Borough for the report of an unconscious person. Officer McVeigh was the first to arrive on scene and he quickly determined that the person was suffering from an opioid overdose. Officer McVeigh administered narcan (NALOXONE HCL) and the patient started to recover. The Upper Perk Ambulance arrived on scene and took over the care of the patient. The patient survived. Well done, Officer McVeigh, and ambulance crew!

Keep working hard and always be there for your teammates! Keep those smiles on your faces and represent your team and this community on and off the field! Do the best you can in school and know that we will always be here to support you! Keep it up, Upper Perkiomen Indians! Thank you for letting us hang out with you tonight- we had a blast! Special thanks to our referee, Keith Gerhart! WE ARE...UPPER PERK!

There are so many pictures, so this is going to take a few posts! #UPPD AND UPPER PERKIOMEN INDIANS FLAG FOOTBALL!

Our jerseys arrived in perfect time, Upper Perkiomen Indians Youth Football & Cheer. Be ready to play tonight! Special thanks to RJ SCREEN PRINTING!

IN REFERENCE TO THE SEPTEMBER 30TH ARMED ROBBERY AT THE RITE AID IN PENNSBURG:

"Measure a person by the size of their heart, not by the size of their flippers." - Admiral William McRaven Here is a little inspiration to start your weeks. How can you better yourself today? How can you better the Upper Perkiomen Valley? Never give up!

Some action shots from yesterday!

Feelin' the love in the Upper Perk Valley. #UPPDvs.MOHAWKSFLAGFOOTBALL #UPPERPERKSTRONG

We had a great time, Mohawks!

UPPER PERK MOHAWKS VS. UPPER PERK POLICE FLAG FOOTBALL GAME TONIGHT @ 6:45PM at the PENNSBURG BOROUGH PARK ON E. 8th STREET. UPPER PERK INDIANS VS. UPPER PERK POLICE FLAG FOOTBALL GAME IS NEXT WEEK. BRING EVERYTHING YOU GOT, BOYS, WE ARE READY TO PLAY!!!

Upper Perk Police and Marlborough Township Police Department are partnering this year for “No Shave November”. Each officer will donate $50 to grow a beard for the month and the monies raised will go to charity. Our charities will be chosen and released later this month. Let the meme’s begin!