We are all living through a time of economic dislocation, pandemic, and outrage at the senseless death of George Floyd.  We reject the actions that led to his death which are directly contrary to the training and the professional standards of the Susquehanna Township Police Department.

The Susquehanna Township Police Department celebrated Police Memorial Day today with a noon roll call. We were joined in this roll call by Detective Mike Proper (Retired), who was presented with a Purple Heart Medal from a past incident when he was seriously wounded at a Riot. This roll call ceremony was held in Honor of Lieutenant Robert McCallister, our fallen brother who this week was added to the Police Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. Recipients of Awards today were as follows:

Real Estate Scams:  Residents that are purchasing a property and awaiting settlement will receive an email from a person posing as their realtor.  The email will state that they need to wire a large sum of money to be put into escrow to go forward with settlement.  Unfortunately, many wire the money and later discover that the email(s) and the recipient of the funds were not legitimate, and they are a victim of a scam.  The true realtor's email and the scam email are usually very similar with a character added and sometimes

The Susquehanna Township Police and Progress Fire Company stopped by to wish Maddenn Moras a very happy birthday!

BERGNER STREET will be closed today and tomorrow for milling and paving.  This will be from 7am to 3pm between the intersections of North Front Street and North Second Street.  Please avoid the area if at all possible, Thank You! (previously reported as Montrose Street, in error)


April 23, 2020.....Norfolk Southern has confirmed a train derailed at approximately 2 p.m. in Perry County.  This derailment has closed Roberts Valley Road in Susquehanna Township.  All, except local residents, are asked to please avoid this area if at all possible.  It is unknown when the road will reopen.

As we begin to immerse ourselves in the holiday season of gift giving, one of the more popular ways of shopping is online shopping. With this method of shopping comes some risks especially as it pertains to the delivery of your purchase. With delivery of your goods coming by several parcel carriers, a sect of our population unfortunately eyes this as opportunity to commit theft. To reduce the probability of becoming a victim of theft


The Susquehanna Township Police Department participated in "No Shave November" and "Gnarly Nail November" to raise money for a charity.  Vickie's Angel Foundation was selected as the recipient of over $2,000 raised by officer donations in honor of retired Detective Michael Thornton. "Vickie's Angel Foundation helps families fighting cancer who have difficulties paying their bills during the challenging times of undergoing cancer treatments."

Patrolman Jaime Sitler shared her patrol vehicle with our K9 for the day "Paws", a 5 year old boxer mix with a friendly demeanor.

If you are interested in adopting Paws contact the Harrisburg Humane Society at 717-564-3320.

The Harrisburg Marathon is this Sunday, November 10th from 8am to 1230pm.  There will be road closures in Susquehanna Township along North Front Street, North 6th Street, Montrose Park and surrounding areas.  Please plan accordingly and use alternate routes to arrive at your destination safely!