Clifford Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Clifford Heights Police Department
  • Address: 30 S Springfield Rd, Clifton Heights, 19018 PA
  • Chief:
Phone: 610-623-3242

Clifford Heights Police Department is located at 30 S Springfield Rd, Clifton Heights, 19018 PA. The Clifford Heights Police Department phone number is 610-623-3242.

Clifford Heights Police Department News

Police are attempting to identify this subject in connection with a robbery at The La Mexicania Store located in the unit block of E. Baltimore Ave. on 05/28/2018 @ 11:40am. If you have any information please call CHPD investigations at 610-623-3242 or 911.

Join us on Monday May 28, 2018 @ 10am as the Clifton Heights Americal Legion and the residents of Clifton Heights honor our service men and women who gave their lives to defend our freedom and those veterans who passed in the last year. Our annual solemn ceremony to honor those men and women will be held at 10am at the Clifton Heights Fire Company with a wreath laying ceremony at the Veterans memorial following.

Doing some gardening this weekend between the raindrops? Stop in the PD and grab a free sign to show your support. Your garden will love you for it. Office hours are 8:30 to 4:00.

Today, Gov. Tom Wolf ordered all govermental flags to half staff in remembering those men and women behind the badge who protect our communities. “There are no words sufficient to describe our gratitude to the men and women who day after day put their lives in jeopardy to protect ours,” said Governor Wolf. “Today, as we pay tribute to all the men and women in uniform who have made the ultimate sacrifice, let us remember their bravery, selflessness, and the sacrifice they made to keep all of us – our children, our families, and our communities – safe.” Gov. Wolf

Be sure to come out to this event sponsored by the Delaware County District Attorney, Kat Copeland and hosted by the Clifton Heights Police Department. We will be shredding not only paper documents, but old computer hard drives and cell phones. Most residents dispose of these items in ways that open the door for theives to gather the information stored on them to be illegally used or sold. The event will also be an oppurtunity to dispose of unused prescription medication safely. Hope to see you here!

Today Delaware County honored 43 officers who made the ultimate sacrifice at the Fallen Officers Memoral in Rose Tree Park. Thank you to the Delaware County Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation for continuing this great tradition.

Nor'easter # 4 on tap. Please stay inside for the duration of this next storm. Heavy winds, accumulating snow, and generally horrible conditions are expected. If you see downed trees and wires please stay away and call 911. Check on your vulnerable and elderly neighbors. If you need portable lighting or the usual french toast ingredients your window of oppurtunity is closing. As usual, if you are in need call 911. We will be fully operational. Stay safe....

Residents in the areas highlighted by triangles will be impacted by the gas main project. In the coming days you will receive door hangers if you are specifically targeted by this project. Please carefully read the attached letter from PECO and refer all questions to the contact listed from InfraSource. As usual, if you believe there is suspicious activity in your neighborhood, or want to confirm the identity of a utility worker call 911 or the contact listed on this letter.

As of 6am.

Due to the inclement weather forecasted for this evening and tomorrow, all non-essential borough operations such as recycling pickup and administration staffing are suspended. All critical operations such as police, fire, EMS and public works will be on-hand. All emergency and non-emergency requests will be handled through the 911 system. It is suggested that you make the appropriate preparation for the possibility of extended loss of power, significant snow accumulation and any personal needs you may have that may be disrupted during this weather event. Police and first responders will be on hand to meet any emergency needs our borough requires. At this time borough officials are planning our response for incidents that this weather event may present. However we advise that you take necessary steps such as charging all communication devises, have batteries on hand for portable lighting, check medication needs and plan to shelter in place if safe and necessary. Again, our police and first responders will be here for your needs. If you have an emergency or need police fire or EMS for any reason, call 911. If you do not receive information via automated call, click the sign up button above and follow the prompts to be included in phone messaging.

Borough officials are in contact with PECO regarding our current power outage. Although progress has been made in Clifton Heights more is required. If you are still out, please consider staying with family or friends who have power or at our warming station at the CHF the short term. Estimated time of restoration for the balance of outages may be 24 hours or more. Many of our local businesses on Baltimore Ave. And Broadway Ave. are restored and open for business including restaurants and convience stores for your immediate needs. You can view the outage map on PECO's website. We will weather through this, stay strong. If you have any police or fire emergency or concern, call 911.

As a result of the current conditions related to the weather, traffic is abnormally heavy in the area of Clifton Heights especially Baltimore Avenue and Springfield Road. Springfield Road has an inordinate amount of traffic due to a road closure on Providence Road due to the weather conditions. Please be aware of the situations and stay away from those areas if at all possible. Thank you

Clifton Heights will be opening a warming shelter for all those in need hosted at the Clifton Heights Fire Company begining at 1pm. Red Cross and Salvation Army will be on hand to help residents in need.

PECO is out in town in the 1st ward. It is a by need basis right now, but some will be restored soon.

Borough officials are in contact with PECO, monitoring situation and attempting to resolve power outages as promptly as possible. There are over 200K outages in the area. It is advised that residents shelter in place, avoid hazardous conditions such as downed trees and lines. If you are experiencing any health or life threatening incidents as a result of this weather event or power outages please call 911 immediately. Lastly please check on your neighbors who may be in need. CHPD and first responders are committed to providing you with the emergency services you require during this event.

Currently due to the weather conditions there are several downed trees throughout Clifton Heights. If you are affected by any power outages or downed trees on your street please stay indoors and do not approach the trees or wires. PECO has been notified and will have crews on site as they become available. If you have an emergency please call 911.

In celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday today is National Read Accross America. Officer Berry promoted the fun of reading to the students of Todays Child Learning Center.

Clifton Heights Police arrested a juvenile last evening in the fourth ward for entering unlocked vehicles and taking items. If you were a victim LAST NIGHT and had items removed from your vehicle please call 610-623-3242 and speak with our investigator assigned to the case. Det. Cpl. John Reif was a police officer protecting the residents of Clifton Heights from 1966 to 1992. He will always be rememberd for his quick wit, mentorship to younger officers and love of his job and the residents of Clifton Heights. Thank you John for your friendship and service to our residents and your country.

With the help of his proud parents, our newest officer Charles Burdsall Jr. was sworn in today by Mayor Lombardo. Charles was born and raised in Clifton Heights and his roots run deep here. Congratulations and be safe Patrolman Brudsall.

Use this link to get information on how to file a claim for property damage as a result of pothole repair on our state highways in CH. (Baltimore Ave, Springfield Ave. and Oak Ave.)

Mark your calendar for this very important event.