Wilson Borough Police Department

  • Agency: Wilson Borough Police Department
  • Address: 2035 Butler St, Easton, 18042 PA
  • Chief: Steve Parkansky (chief of Police)
Phone: 610-759-2200
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Wilson Borough Police Department is located at 2035 Butler St, Easton, 18042 PA. The chief of Police of the department is Steve Parkansky. The Wilson Borough Police Department phone number is 610-759-2200.

Wilson Borough Police Department News

Happy Halloween everyone! Just a reminder that Trick or Treat is 6pm-8pm tonight. Please be careful when driving through the borough as we tend to get large crowds. We will have extra officers on tonight to help keep everyone safe. The Wilson Borough Police Association has donated over 1,000 glow sticks and officers will be handing them out to the children. Have a great night and be safe!

An iphone was found at Washington Boulevard and S. 21st Street. Please contact the Wilson Borough Police Department to claim the phone. Proof of ownership is needed for it to be released. Contact the Police Department through our dispatch center at 610.759.2200

As per our public works department, Liberty Park will be closed for the rest of the day 10/24/2018.

Please welcome newly hired Officers Stephen Searfoss, Whitney Peterson, and Samira Sabbagh! All three have begun their field training and should be out on the streets in the weeks to come. Congratulations and welcome to Wilson Borough!

This male dog was found in the alley behind the 2300 block of Butler St. Please contact Northampton County Dispatch at 610-759-2200 with any owner information.

Great job by everybody who investigated and prosecuted this case! Hopefully this brings some closure to the Smith family....

***********UPDATE************ The dog has been returned to its owner. Thank you for sharing. This male dog was found in the 1800 blk of Lehigh St. Please contact Northampton County Dispatch at 610-759-2200 with any owner information.

We still have this pug! Please help us in finding his owner. He was found in the unit block of N 20th St. Please contact Northampton County Dispatch at 610.759.2200 with any owner information. Please share this post.

This dog was found in the unit block of N 20th St. Please contact Northampton County Dispatch at 610.759.2200 with any owner information.

The Wilson Borough Police Department is requesting assistance in identifying the below pictured male. On 09/20/2018 the Wilson Borough Police responded to Smokin Lane (2437 Butler St) for a burglary report. Upon arrival it was discovered that the below pictured male had broken the glass out of the front door. Once inside the male stole various items and traveled south through the parking lot towards Butler Street. Anyone with information is requested to call Northampton County 911 Center at 610.759.2200 or contact Detective Jason Hillis at 610.258.8542 or jhillis@wilsonpd.org

**** UPDATE *** The dog was returned to its owner. This dog was found in the 2100 blk of Freemansburg Ave. Please contact Northampton County dispatch at 610.759.2200 with any owner information.

Part Time Police Officer Opportunity Wilson Borough PA IMMEDIATE VACANCY The Wilson Borough Police Department is seeking part time Police Officers. Applications may be obtained in the Borough Office, 2040 Hay Terrace Easton, PA between the hours of 8:30AM-4:00PM or on the Wilson Borough website, www.wilsonborough.org. Completed applications can be forwarded to the Wilson Borough Police Department 2035 Butler St. Easton PA, 18042. All applicants must be a United States Citizen and have reached their 21st birthday before submitting the application. They must also possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be physically and mentally fit to perform the full duties of a Police Officer, possess a PA operator’s license prior to appointment, have successfully completed ACT 120 (Municipal Police Officers Training) and be eligible for immediate certification as a Police Officer. Applicants MUST submit copies of their operator’s license, Act #120 certification, or a current MPOETC card. Successful applicants will be required to pass a physical & psychological examination and a background investigation to include a polygraph examination. Wilson Borough Police Department offers a competitive salary. Wilson Borough is an equal opportunity employer.

We are proud to announce the Wilson Borough Police will have a School Resource Officer patrolling the Wilson Area School District on a full-time basis! This officer will not only help to create a safe learning environment for the students and staff, but will also serve as a liaison between law enforcement and the children of the school district. This position wouldn’t have been possible without cooperation between Mayor Don Barrett, Borough Council to include Council President Toni Verenna, the School Board, and Superintendent Doug Wagner. We look forward to protecting the future of our community!