Welcome to the Bristol Borough Police Department's web portal on the CRIMEWATCH Network. We ask that you use the information found on this site responsibly. Working in partnership with the community, we can proactively prevent crime, support victim recovery and hold offenders accountable. Together with our citizens, Bristol Borough will continue to be a vibrant community to live, work and enjoy.
Joseph Moors, Chief of Police
The Bristol Borough Schools will reopen Wednesday September 8th. Please be alert for pedestrians and Crossing Guards. Thank you.
The Bristol Borough Police held their annual night at the carnival Tuesday evening at the St.
The Bristol Borough Police Department in partnership with the Bristol Township Police, the Bucks County District Attorneys Office and the Bristol Cares-Community Gun Violence Prevention program are offering gun locks for free. This is done in conjunction with Ben's Campaign which is a gun lock safety program that was the result of the tragic death of a two year old Benjamin Smith, due to an unsecured firearm. Gun Safety Locks are available at no charge a
The Bristol Borough Police delivered holiday food baskets to families that could use a little extra help during this holiday season. Officers once again teamed up with the DeCaro Family who are the owners of Bristol Environmental.
In recognition of the tragic loss of United States Capital Police Officer Brian Sicknick, the Bristol Borough Police have lowered the American Flag in front of Borough Hall to half staff. Officer Sicknick's death is the epitome of the challenge of being a police officer today in a free society. Officer Sicknick went to work that day with the intention of protecting the citizens of United States from harm, regardless of their political beliefs or views. His duty to
Chief Henry and members of the Bristol Borough Police on behalf of Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, presented Maddalyn Stadler with an American Flag that was flown over the United States Capital. This flag was presented in recognition of Maddalyn's "outstanding service to our community," as listed on the certificate that was also presented to Maddalyn. Earlier in the year Marrilyn had made care packages for the Bristol Borough Officers. Maddalyn had told her parents
Bristol Borough Police teamed up with the American Hose & Hook & Ladder Company to provide Halloween Treats to the Borough Children. A drive through was setup at the Firehouse and firefighters along with police officers gave out prepackaged candy. The Bristol borough Police thanks the members of American Hook & Hose & Ladder for this community outreach opportunity.
The Bristol borough Police received a visit from a caring friend. Maddalyn Stadler of Levittown, made and delivered care packages for the police officers. Maddalyn's parent is a childhood friend of Officer James Ellis. Maddalyn told her parents that she did not like the way police officers have been treated lately. She came up with the idea of making the care packages and that is when her parent contacted Officer Ellis. The Bristol Borough Police
The Bristol Borough Police would like to thank the community, demonstrators, organizers and assisting emergency service personnel that participated in the Black Lives Matter march that took place in Bristol Borough. The event was conducted in a safe and peaceful manner which respected the rights of those who wanted to be heard. We are proud to be part of the Bristol Community which came together in this time of crisis.
CRIMEWATCH® and the Eye Design are registered trademarks of CRIMEWATCH Technologies, Inc. © 2022 CRIMEWATCH Technologies, Inc.
To follow Bristol Borough Police Department, click the button below.
Download the CRIMEWATCH app and follow Bristol Borough Police Department.