As of 2/5/2013 10:15a, Upper Dublin Police (911) are being dispatched by Montgomery County. The Upper Dublin Police Station is still open 24/7.
Link to Township's: Homeland Security/Emergency Instructions Page
To save a life or stop a crime - POLICE / FIRE / MEDICAL EMERGENCIES call 911. If you smell gas, smell oil, or see an oil spill that threatens our waterways call 911.
Special Needs Registry for Montgomery County Residents Residents of Montgomery County who have special needs should register with the County. This registry allows citizens with special needs and their associates an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies, so emergency responders can better plan to serve them in a disaster or other emergencies. For the purpose of this registry, a special needs individual is someone who cannot receive, understand or act upon emergency protective orders.
April 5, 2013- On Monday, May 13, 2013, from 5:30p to 8:30p, the Upper Dublin Township Police Department will host a National Police Week Commemoration at the Upper Dublin Township Municipal Complex. The Upper Dublin Police and other community emergency service providers will participate in a night filled with fun and educational activities for the whole family. Activities are scheduled to include police station tours, safety demonstrations, CHILD ID Program, crime prevention tips, giveaways and more.
March 12, 2013 - Stephen Nick was sworn in as Upper Dublin Township's newest Police Officer. Officer Nick is originally from Long Island, NY. He attended Villanova University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. Officer Nick currently attends St. Joseph's University where he is enrolled in the Master of Science Degree program in Law Enforcement Management and Administration. Stephen attended the Montgomery County Community College Municipal Police Academy where he graduated top of his class in July of 2011. Prior to being hired by Upper Dublin Township, Stephen worked as an Emergency Medical Technician for Montgomery County Emergency Services and as a part time Police Officer in Lansdowne Borough, Delaware County. Officer Nick also volunteers with the Radnor Township Fire Company where he holds the rank of Assistant Chief. Officer Nick is looking forward to a long career serving the residents of Upper Dublin Township.
Pictured (l to r) Officer Stephen Nick takes his Oath of Office while his fiancé Lauren holds the Bible
Pictured (l to r) Patrol Commander Nyce, Officer Stephen Nick, Chief Thompson and Deputy Chief Benson
September 11, 2012 - Officer Matthew Garay was promoted to Patrol Corporal. Corporal Garay will be assigned to C squad and the serves as the Department's breath test instrument administrator. Congratulations Corporal Garay on your promotion.
Pictured (l to r) Corporal Matthew Garay and Chief Terrence Thompson
June 12, 2012- The Upper Dublin Township Police Department would like to welcome our newest police officer Stephen Pimm. Officer Pimm is a graduate of Villanova University and played football for the Villanova Wildcats. Officer Pimm is currently enrolled in the Municipal Police Academy. We would like to wish Officer Pimm good luck in his new career.
Magisterial District Judge Patricia Zaffarano administers the Oath of Office to Officer Stephen Pimm, while Stephen's fiancée holds the bible.
Officer Stephen Pimm is welcomed by members of the Upper Dublin Township Board of Commissioners
Pictured (l to r) Patrol Commander Darren Nyce, Officer Pimm and Deputy Chief of Police Lee Benson
Project Safe Return® The Upper Dublin Township Police Department in conjunction with the Alzheimer's Association of Delaware Valley is proud to present Project Safe Return®. This is a voluntary Police Department program that assists Police Officers in reuniting care givers with lost or wandering loved ones suffering from Alzheimer's disease, Autism or other incapacitating conditions. Download the application form and instructions.
Upper Dublin Police patrol vehicle design.
The Township of Upper Dublin
801 Loch Alsh Avenue
Fort Washington, PA 19034
Phone: (215) 643-1600
Fax: (215) 542-0797