Deputy Chief Bradbury to retire after more than 42 years of service to Warrington Township.

Deputy Chief of Police Richard H. Bradbury Sr. is set to retire from the Warrington Township Police Department at the end of this week after more that 42 years of serve to Warrington Township.  He is the longest continually tenured employee in all of Warrington Township.  Chief Friel and the police department hosted a retirement party for him last Friday and Congressman Fitzpatrick, Senator Collett and State Representative Polinchock were all present to celebrate and presented him something special .

This evening the Warrington Township Board of Supervisors officially recognized Deputy Chief Bradbury at their public meeting with a Resolution.  The Bucks County Commissions also recognized him with a Proclamation which was presented by Richard Vona, Director of Law Enforcement Training for the County of Bucks.  

There will be one more event for Deputy Chief Bradbury this Friday morning (June 28, 2019) from 08:30 to 11:30.  An open house for his last shift.  Feel free to stop by the Police Station.  We will have some refreshments.  

Congratulations Deputy Chief Bradbury for more than 42 years of continued service to Warrington Township.  Enjoy your retirement!