The Warminster Township Police Department in partnership with the DEA and the Bucks County District Attorney's Office will be participating in the  2020 National Drug Take Back Day October 24, 2020 from 10 am to 2 pm. Residents will have the opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your pills for disposal to ShopRite of Warminster to 918-982 West Street Rd, Warminster, PA 18974. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked!

New Britain Borough - E. Butler Ave. between Beulah Rd and Shady Retreat Rd

Mask up and drop off! Come on over to Upper Gwynedd Police Department on October 24, 2020 from 10 AM to 2 PM  and drop off those expired or unused medications on drug take back day. 

The Montgomery County DA and the Police Chiefs of Montgomery County, together with the local NAACP chapters, announce the first ever public showing of Walking While Black: L.O.V.E is the Answer. This film is meant to prompt dialogue within the communities we serve in an attempt to bring people together based on a better understanding of what we are facing. The film will be showed via Zoom. In these times, it is more important than ever to not only continue to have strong connections with our communities but also to build new bridges and make new connections.

The Doylestown Township Police Department is investigating numerous complaints regarding the theft of political signs. If you have any information regarding these incidents, or have security cameras that may have evidence, please contact us at 215-348-4201.

NLCRPD continues the follow-up phase of the criminal investigation associated with the hit and run involving personal injury. The striking vehicle is believed to be a 2014-20176 Kia Forte based upon evidence found at the crash scene. Anyone with information leading to the identification of the person responsible, owner, or location of the striking vehicle is requested to contact the NLCRPD at the NLCRPD Police Dispatch: (717) 664-1180 or (800) 957-2677 or the NLCRPD Administrative offices at 717-733-0965.

At 16:58 hours Warminster Police responded to 400 block of Lowell road, Warminster Township for a report of a black male shooting a hand gun at a victim. Upon arrival officers spoke to the witnesses, who stated a black male, exited a gray colored sedan, possibly a Chevy Malibu, and  chased a victim into the rear parking lot of William Tennent High school. Once there the actor discharged at least two rounds, from a semi automatic handgun at the victim.

An alert citizen contacted the NLCRPD about a seven-year-old female she observed walking alone on the roadway on Weidmansville Road in Clay Township. As NLCRP patrols were responding to the call, another reporting party reported that her seven-year-old daughter who suffers from a disorder on the autism spectrum was missing from the family home. Arriving NLCRPD patrols located the child contacted the child’s mother and reunited the mother and child.

Warminster Police are currently on the scene of an incident. Warminster Police have secured the safety of the scene and William Tennent High school at this time. All student and school personnel are safe and locked down in the school.
At this time police have an active crime scene and K9 track in the area. Police ask that all residents in the area of William Tennent High school remain in their homes and keep vehicular traffics away front he areas.

Please avoid 2100 block of Freysville Road for the next 45 minutes due a vehicle fire.