Welcome from the Members of the Lower Paxton Township Police Department
Welcome to the Lower Paxton Township Police web site. The Lower Paxton Township Police Department continues its commitment to providing professional police services to our community.
Medication Disposal Available
The Medreturn drop-box in the lobby of the police station for disposal of unneeded/unused prescription and over-the-counter medications is accessible between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday through Friday. To dispose of medications at another time, please call the police dispatcher at 558-6900 and an officer can meet you at the station. Residents are encouraged to remove medications from the labeled prescription bottles and to use a zip-loc bag for disposal.
The Lower Paxton Township Police Department is an Accredited Law Enforcement Agency.
A resident in the 4000 block of Locust Ln. reported that his home was burglarized sometime yesterday, June 3rd, between 7:00 AM and 4:20 PM. The burglars forced entry into the home and stole flat screen TVs, speakers, a DVD player and a jewelry box.
Beginning on Monday, June 8th, Fairmont Dr. will be closed to through traffic between Locust Lane and Union Deposit Rd. Access to Hillsborough Ct. will be available from Union Deposit Rd. and to Springknoll Dr. from Locust Lane. The closure will last about eight weeks and is necessary for road...
Lower Paxton Twp. Police are investigating an attempted break in of an occupied home that occurred this afternoon at about 1:20 PM. The resident heard someone attempting to enter her home through the front door so she went to the door and looked out the window. When the White/Male individual saw...
Police are investigating a burglary of an apartment in the Spring Valley Apartments. On Saturday, May 30th, at about 7:05 PM, someone forcibly entered an apartment in the 4100 block of Spring Valley Rd. A neighbor arriving home witnessed the crime. It is believed that the neighbor pulling into a...
Lower Paxton Township Police are investigating numerous vehicle entries that occured overnight, May 27th, in the 6600 block of Terrace Way. Unlocked vehicles were entered and items stolen that included a laptop computer, sunglasses, wallets and purses.