Welcome to the Warrington 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.
Daniel Friel, Chief of Police
Community Advisory Team (C.A.T.)
Chief Friel has established a select group of officers to respond to community events, public speaking engagements, tours, and other activities. Many of our officers have already been engaged with community groups, so it was decided to stream line requests.
To request a team member, navigate to “FORMS”, and go to “C.A.T. Request Form”. Once submitted, someone from the team will contact you about your event.
Premise Notification Entry
Together, we can make the difference..... when it comes time for emergency responders to answer your 9-1-1 call to help your loved one.
BPAIR: Bucks County Police Assisting in Recovery
Warrington Township Police Department wants to help it's residents suffering with a substance dependency.
What is BPAIR? Our primary goal is to connect people with substance use disorders with treatment programs and facilities.
It is the mission of the Warrington Township Police Department to provide a safe a secure environment for the citizens and visitors of Warrington Township. We will strive to provide the highest quality police service possible with the goal of protecting lives and property and maintaining order while forming a partnership with the community. We pledge to enforce all the laws fairly and impartially while working within the framework of the United States and Pennsylvania Constitutions.
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On August 16 2019 at approximately 12:00 P.M. the Warrington Township Police responded to Staples for the report of a retail theft of the store managers I-PAD mini 4 was stolen by a black male with a beard on August 13th 2019 at approximately 12:11 P.M. The subject was wearing a red baseball cap...
August 7 th - 5:45 pm WPD responded to a cardiac arrest call involving a 46 yr. old victim. WPD officers used their automated external defibrillator (AED), CPR, and rescue breathing on the patient. After delivering one shock to the victim, WPD officers continued with CPR/rescue breathing until...
Warrington Township Police are now issuing Narcan to Bucks County residents, Chief Friel announced today! We are the first police department that has opened this program up to all Bucks County residents. Warrington police will even train you how to use it, and provide information in conjunction...
On July 26th 2019 at approximately 1:23 P.M., WPD was dispatched to Wegman’s investigate an alleged fraud that occurred on July 22, 2019. It was reported that the depicted female had purchased a $400 VISA gift card, receiving $94 in change. The cash used to make this purchase was later determined...
On July 28th 2019 at approximately 11:47 A.M., WPD stopped a vehicle with an expired registration. The driver was identified as Ryan Michael Fiore 27, Doylestown, PA. During the stop, police detected an odor of burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle. The driver surrendered a black tube containing...