Pennridge Regional Police

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The Pennridge Regional Police is a regional police force covering East and West Rockhill Townships in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It is headquartered in Sellersville, Pennsylvania. The current Police Chief is David A. Mettin. In 2009 the Department consisted of 13 sworn officers and two support staff.[1]

Services[edit]

The department provides:[2]

  • Patrol and response
  • Traffic Safety and Accident Reconstruction Unit
  • Bicycle Patrol Unit
  • Criminal Investigation Unit
  • Tactical Team and Youth Services Unit
  • Youth Aid Panel

Pennridge Regional Police Commission[edit]

The three person Pennridge Regional Police commission has general oversight over the Pennridge Regional Police. There are Commissioners:[3]

  1. John R. Cressman, East Rockhill Township Representative
  2. James C. Nietupski, East Rockhill Township Representative
  3. Jay Keyser, West Rockhill Township Representative

History[edit]

The Pennridge Regional Police was formed in 1992 to provide police services to East and West Rockhill Townships, and Sellersville Borough.[4] Sellersville is now covered by the Perkasie Borough Police Department of Perkasie Borough.

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Coordinates: 40°22′25″N 75°19′05″W / 40.37360°N 75.31808°W / 40.37360; -75.31808