An important message from Daniel J. Friel, Chief of Police to the Warrington Community...
The death of George Floyd on May 25th, 2020, was a shocking display of disregard for human life. The actions of the former police officers involved do not reflect the standards or expectations of legitimate law enforcement and have no place in American society.
I want to assure the members of this community that the Warrington Township Police Department is committed to upholding the rights of everyone.
The Federal Trade Commission is warnings residents of possible scams related to the federal governments issuance of checks to residents. Please see the attached article for more information. Please also contact the Police Department if you think you are being targeted by scammers. https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2020/03/checks-government
Warrington Township Police Lieutenant Glen Gottenberg is an Adjunct Instructor for Temple University Municipal Police Academy. He was asked by Temple University to be the keynote speaker for the 2019 graduation ceremony that was held last evening at Temple. Little did he know and after delivering his speak he was also voted Instructor of the year by the 2019 cadet classes. The cadet class presented him with a certificate of recognition. Job well done Lieutenant Gottenberg. Way to lead by example and represent the proud traditions of the Warrington Town
Warrington Township Police are proud to announce that Warrington Township was awarded a Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RCAP) grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Office of the Budget for one million dollars. Chief Friel along with Township officials have been working with Senator Maria Collett, and State Representative Todd Polinchock to help us secure grant funding for the largest municipal capital building project in Warrington Township history. "They came through for us"!
We would like to congratulate our very own Sgt. Kevin Stebner for his participation in the 65 mile The Ben to The Shore bike tour this past Sunday, July 28th. Sgt. Stebner rode with the amazing team Bucks Heroes, along with members of Bucks County’s First Responders family and members of the Bucks County District Attorney's Office. Together, their team raised over $40,000!