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Upper Saucon Township Police Department
Prescription Drug Take Back Day
On Saturday, September 27, 2014, from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Federal and local law enforcement authorities will participate in a nationwide program to give the public an opportunity to dispose of expired and unused prescription drugs. For a drop off center near you, please click here.
Prescription Drug Drop-Off Box
The Upper Saucon Township Police Department is proud to announce the installation of a permanent drop-off box for unused medications. The box is located in the lobby of hte Police Dept., and is available for free, anonymous drop-offs Monday - Friday, from 8a-12p and 1p-4p.
ANIMAL LOST & FOUND
As of January 2012, Upper Saucon Township has partnered with the Lehigh County Humane Society to provide service for lost animals. If your pet has run away & you cannot find him/her you may locate them by contacting:
Lehigh County Humane Society
640 Dixon Street
Allentown, PA 18103
If you have a feral cat issue, you can contact No Nonsense Neutering of the Lehigh Valley. Their services include a trap-neuter-return program.
No Nonsense Neutering of the Lehigh Valley
1044 N. Quebec St.
Allentown, PA 18109
Phone: 1-866-820-2510, ext #2
PLEASE think about adopting an animal in need-you may find your new best friend(s) there.
Upper Saucon Township Police Department's
Identity Theft Victim's Packet
This packet should be completed once you have contacted Upper Saucon Township Police Department and obtained a police report number related to your identity theft case.
Click here to download (PDF)
Dial 911 for Emergencies
Non-Emergency: (610) 282-3064
Fax: (610) 282-0345
Police Department Headquarters
5500 Camp Meeting Road
Center Valley, PA 18034
Business Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday Through Friday
Robert E. Coyle, Chief of Police
The Upper Saucon Township Police Department operates out of the Township Municipal Building located at 5500 Camp Meeting Road. The Department is comprised of 17 full-time officers (two of whom are investigators), one K-9 unit, a Police Clerk and a Chief of Police. In addition to 24-hour patrol services and crime investigation, the Department participates in a regional DUI task force, sponsors a local D.A.R.E. program and oversees a community service program for first time juvenile offenders.
DUI Task Force
The DUI task force conducts sobriety checkpoints and roving patrols on area roads that have been known to experience a high level of alcohol related accidents and/or arrests. Area police departments formed the regional task force to raise public awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving. The task force is funded by a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
stands for Drug Abuse Resistance Education. The D.A.R.E. Officers provide instruction for children
attending the Southern Lehigh Middle School and St. Michael's
School in Colesville. This nationally recognized program provides
children with the skills they need to avoid involvement in drugs,
alcohol and violence. Officers from the Upper Saucon Township
Police Department have been providing D.A.R.E. instruction since
1989. Click here to visit the
National D.A.R.E. web site.
Juvenile Community Service Program
On November 1, 1999, the Upper Saucon Township Police Department, in conjunction with the office of District Justice David B. Harding, instituted a community service program for first time juvenile offenders. Any juvenile who has been convicted of a summary offense (except motor vehicle violations) may be sentenced to perform community service at the decision of Justice Harding. The time spent performing community service is supervised by an Officer from the Department. Upon completion of the program requirements, the District Justice will dismiss the charges and any fines. If the juvenile does not complete or fails to appear for their service, the original charges will be reinstituted. Since its inception, over 25 juveniles have participated in the program.
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