The Doylestown Township Police Department is attempting to identify the depicted individual in reference to a theft investigation that occurred on 08/13/21. If you recognize the individual in these photographs, please contact the department at (215) 348-4201. Tips can also be submitted anonymously through Crimewatch.
The Victim Services Unit is pleased to announce the expansion of the Law Enforcement Based Victim Services Unit, approved by the Department of Justice and Office of Victims of Crime. Doylestown Township Police will be joining the collaboration (CBPRD, Buckingham PD, Plumstead PD) in providing services to victims of crime beginning in August!
On Sunday June 20, 2021 at approximately 3:30 PM an unknown adult male entered the T-Mobile Store located within the Mercer Square Shopping Center at 73 Old Dublin Pike. The male took two new Iphone 12 cell phones and fled on foot towards Old Dublin Pike.
The Doylestown Township Police Department’s policies and procedures are in line with the standards established by the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Program. The department is currently working towards being formally accredited through PLEAC.
Beginning January 4, 2021, the Doylestown Township Police Department, Central Bucks Regional Police Department, Buckingham Township Police Department and Plumstead Township Police Department will be joining forces with the Aldie Counseling Center in Doylestown to implement the “Supporting Treatment and Recovery Program” (S.T.A.R.). With support from the Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc.
It is apparent that the death of Mr. George Floyd has and will continue to bring about change across the nation. The failure of law enforcement to provide the basic protections afforded to all citizens is unacceptable under any circumstance.
Over the past couple of months Doylestown Township like many of our neighbors have witnessed many changes to the way we live our every day lives which included closing of our offices. With Bucks County moving into the Yellow Phase for re-opening in PA we will be reopening our administrative offices effective June 8, 2020.
Welcome to the Doylestown Township 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.
Dean Logan, Chief of Police
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