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
Bristol Borough Schools will reopen to in person instruction on Tuesday, October 13, 2020. Please be alert for school pedestrian traffic and pay attention to School Crossing Guards as they protect our most precious resource. Thank you.
The Bristol Borough Police received a special treat form the Children of God Day Care Center on their last day of summer camp. Chief Henry and officers joined the students at Angelina's Bakery on Mill Street for conversation and donuts. The Children of God Day Care Center has gone out of their way over the past several years to allow for these positive interactions between students and police officers to take place The Bristol Borough Police are very appreciative o
The Bristol Borough Police visited with the 21st Century Summer School program. The school program was conducted virtually this year, however as a farewell, the program offered a summer pickup lunch event. The 21st Century provided the camp participants with a BBQ style lunch, along with t-shirts, Gi Gi"s Water Ice and other giveaways. The Police Department congratulate's the 21st Century on their accomplishment of conducting a successful for the Borough School Childre
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.
Social media platforms are being used to incite violence. Most recently there was a report of a female in a nursing outfit beaten by four men at a convenience store in Bristol. This is a FALSE report. Subsequent post called for violence against others in revenge for this FALSE post. The public is strongly urged to get their news from legitimate professional news sources. Please confirm any similar type of post before forwarding.&
Since the beginning of the COVID 19 crisis the Bristol Borough Police have been fortunate enough to receive the support of the business community and private individuals.
The street sweeper will start operating on Thursday, April 30, 2020. It is requested that people move their vehicles, so the streets can be cleaned. No tickets will be issued at this time.
During these challenging times it is important for the public to know that the Bristol Borough Police will continue to respond to their needs. The department has implemented protocols to minimize the chances of their officers exposure to the virus. We are asking for the public's assistance, cooperation and tolerance during this time.
The Bristol Borough Police took part in the Cops 'n' Kids reading program at the Snyder Girotti Elementary School. Sergeant Carlos Rivera attended the program where school children received books to promote reading. The program is conducted by the Cops 'n' Kids Delaware Valley.
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