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As a new school year approaches, please pay special attention, put your phone down and give yourself some extra time while commuting during school hours.
The Lower Makefield Township Police Department is accredited by the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association.
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MedReturn Drug Collection Unit
The Lower Makefield Township Police Department has installed a MedReturn drop-box in the police station lobby. This box offers a way for residents to anonymously dispose of unwanted or expired prescription drugs. The items that will be accepted for safe disposal include prescriptions, prescription patches, prescription medications, prescription ointments, over-the-counter medications, vitamins, medication samples and medications for pets.
FREE Project Childsafe Gun Locks
PROJECT CHILDSAFE® GUN LOCKS AVAILABLE
LOWER MAKEFIELD TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT MAKES FREE FIREARM SAFETY KITS AVAILABLE THROUGH PARTNERSHIP WITH PROJECT CHILDSAFE
PARENTS WHO HOST, LOSE THE MOST!
Providing alcohol to minors is illegal in Pennsylvania and can result in fines or even jail time. Join us in support of the “Parents Who Host, Lose the Most,” campaign, and DON’T be a party to underage drinking. Click here to learn more.
Mayor Chris Harding is sponsoring this very important workshop aimed at informing our residents about the drug epidemic highlighting the most abused drugs, what they look like, how they are packaged, as well as the behaviors associated with drug abuse. Narcotics officers from the Philadelphia...
The Lower Makefield Township Police Department responded to a founded residential burglary on June 24, 2017 at 9:34 PM in the 1400 th block of Newtown-Yardley Road. A subsequent investigation by Lower Makefield Township Detectives revealed the suspect to be, BYRON HIGGINBOTHAM of the 600 th block...
The Lower Makefield Township Police Department announces the death of one of OUR K-9'S; BISHOP Bishop was a loyal member of the Lower Makefield Police Department for over 10 years. He was trained in explosives detection and patrol use. Bishop’s handler was Lieutenant Jason Braim. Together they were...