Pen Argyl Borough Police Department

  • Agency: Pen Argyl Borough Police Department
  • Address: 11-13 N Robinson Ave, Pen Argyl, 18072 PA
  • Chief:
Phone: 610-863-6704
Fax: 610-863-7564

Pen Argyl Borough Police Department is located at 11-13 N Robinson Ave, Pen Argyl, 18072 PA. The Pen Argyl Borough Police Department phone number is 610-863-6704.

Pen Argyl Borough Police Department News

The last day of operations for the Pen Argyl Police Department is Tuesday, March 31,2015. Beginning April 1, 2015, police services will be provided by Slate Belt Regional Police Department located at 6292 Sullivan Trail Nazareth, Pa. 18064. Phone- 610-759-8517. The Pen Argyl Police Department would like to thank residents and businesses for their support. Be safe and vigilant. Chief David Strawn

The Pen Argyl Police Department would like to wish all a safe and Happy 2015!

The Pen Argyl Police Department congratulates Officer Steven Horvath on his recently announced retirement. Steve served the borough for 26 years. If you see Steve, wish him well.

The Pen Argyl Police Department expresses their sympathy for the family of Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Bryon Dickson and prayers for the quick recovery of Trooper Alex Douglas. Please keep the officers and families in your prayers.

Front L to R: Officer Shawn Moskella, Officer Stacy Smith, Officer Vincent Morrow. Middle: Chief David Strawn, Officer Steven Horvath, Officer Shannon Young, Officer Jonathan Hoadley. Rear: Officer Richard Weichand, Officer Jonathon Miklich.

The Pen Argyl Police Department will be conducting child fingerprinting on Sunday August 31, 2014 at the annual Lookout Fire Company Labor Day Carnival at Weona PArk.

Pen Argyl PD will be assisting Washington Twp. PD at the Blue Valley Farm Show with Child ID Fingerprinting on Wednesday, August 20th at 6PM. Stop by and say hello!

Pen Argyl Police Dept. reminds residents/homeowners that if you are going on vacation and/or your home is vacant/for sale, please notify the police department for extra patrols. There have been instances where vacant properties have been entered and copper pipes and wires stolen. PLEASE BE VIGILANT!

In lieu of the recent black bear sightings in the area, you may want to read the following link on what to do if you see a black bear. http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/black_bear/14343

The Pen Argyl Police Department asks residents to report suspicious activity. There have been several daytime burglaries within the past several weeks. If any resident observes what appears to be suspicious individuals, please call the police. We also ask that you secure your residences and vehicles. Emergency- 9-1-1 Non Emergency-610-759-2200

Pen Argyl Borough Police Department welcomes their newest full time police officer, Shawn Moskella. Officer Moskella previously worked as a part time officer in the borough and most recently as a full time officer in Lower Saucon Township.

It has come to my attention that there are individuals in the Monroe/Pike County area reportedly going door to door identifying themselves as Met-Ed and asking to see the customers electric bill. In one particular case the customers were elderly and the perpetrators claimed they were checking to see if they were receiving all the discounts seniors are entitled to. I cannot say if they requested entry for sure or what their scheme is. It may or may not be limited to the Monroe/Pike County Area therefore I am forwarding the points below to all for your use. It may be a good idea to post some form of this information on your website. Met-Ed does not go door to door Met-Ed does not ask to go into a house (unless their is an inside meter) Met-Ed employees and contractors wear a photo ID badge - ask to see it Met-Ed vehicles are clearly marked If you are suspicious call us at 1-800-545-7741 to find out if we are working in the area Or, call 911 to report suspicious activity

To reach the Pen Argyl Police Department: Emergencies- Dial 9-1-1 Non- Emergencies- (610)759-2200 Office- (610) 863-6704 Fax- (610) 863-7564

The Pen Argyl Police Department is a proactive, community service oriented police department. The Pen Argyl Police Department is committed to protecting the residents, visitors and stakeholders of Pen Argyl. The Pen Argyl Police Department asks that if you observe anything suspicious, please call us. The police cannot prevent crime alone, we need citizen interaction. Safety and quality of life for Pen Argyl stakeholders is our goal.