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.
Lower Paxton Township Police are investigating a series of crimes that occurred in Linglestown early this morning. Police were dispatched to the First Choice Tobacco Outlet, 1327 N. Mountain Rd., for an attempted burglary that was witnessed by a neighbor. A tall, thin White/Male dressed in black...
Dauphin County is experiencing an epidemic of synthetic drug abuse that is sending people to the ER. So called synthetic marijuana and bath salts are available on the internet from foreign countries and available on the street from dealers. The synthetic marijuana has very little in common with THC...
Lower Paxton Township Police and the Susquehanna Township Police responded to a home in the 3800 block of Club Dr. in response to a call received at Dauphin County Dispatch. The caller told the dispatcher that he was holding two people at gun point in the house. The call was received at 7:02 PM on...
Resident reported to police that, while she was home on April 15, 2015 at about 1:00 PM, she thought she heard someone in her house which is located in the 100 block of Fairview Dr. Upon investigating, she determined that someone had, in fact, entered her bedroom and had removed cash from her purse.
Resident of a home in the 6600 block of Conway Rd. reported to police that someone had entered his residence and had stolen a bag full of assorted golf items from a locked office. The crime occured sometime between April 1, 2015 and April 12, 2015.