Update 1900 hrs. - The traffic signal and lights at this intersection are back operational. Thank you for your patience.
Previously - The Susquehanna Township Police Department is asking for motorists to please avoid the intersection of North Progress Avenue and Kohn Road. Due to an unknown power issue, the traffic signal and street lights are out in that area.
The Susquehanna Twp. Police Department has entered into a contest for a chance to win up to a $25,000 grant for our K9 program. Please take 30 seconds to visit The 2021 Aftermath K9 Grant to vote. This is a popularity contest so we are trying to get as many citizens as we can to vote for us.
National Night Out will be August 3rd from 6pm to 8pm at Susquehanna Township High School. Come visit with our police department, emergency services, and other township organizations. Sarah's Ice Cream will be on site with Ice Cream and other frozen treats for sale. Visit the selfie and kissing booth with our very own Auggie. We look forward to seeing you there. Thank you to our local sponsors HRG, Inc., Eckert Seamans Attorneys at Law, and Penn Waste. Thank you to the Susquehanna Township School District for their assistance.
On June 16, 2021 at 12:54 PM, the Susquehanna Township Police were dispatched to a crash, involving a motorcycle, on SR22/322 East just prior to the I-81 North ramp. The operator, of the motorcycle, sustained serious injuries and was immediately transported, to the hospital, for treatment.
The Susquehanna Township Police Department is asking for any witnesses, to this crash, to please contact PFC Doyle at 717-652-8265 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Susquehanna Township Police Department is currently participating in Integration of Communication, Assessment, and Tactics (ICAT) training. Developed by the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), ICAT provides officers with the tools, skills, and options they need to successfully and safely defuse a range of critical incidents.
Homeless beagle gets permanent home — and a job — with local police
Police officials say Auggie has helped create comfort for officers and boost community policing
By Jimmie Brown pennlive.com
Harrisburg, Pa. — Susquehanna Township police officers start each shift with a roll call, where they go over the day’s agenda, share safety information, and maybe play a game a catch with the department’s newest member: Auggie.
The Susquehanna Township Police Department responded to a traffic collision that occurred on 7/23/2020 at approximately 8:03pm, at the intersection of Union Deposit Road and South Progress Avenue. The crash involved four vehicles and resulted in the death of one of the vehicle operators. The intersection was closed for several hours. The collision is under investigation by members of the Susquehanna Township Police Department with assistance from the Dauphin County Accident Reconstruction Team.
Susquehanna Township Police Department responded to a traffic collision that occurred on 7/11/2020 at approximately 1234 hours. The collision occurred in the 5200 block of North Front St. between a passenger car and a pickup truck and resulted in the death of Mr. Charles E. Rudy of Harrisburg, one of the vehicle operators. The crash closed both lanes of North Front St. for several hours. The collision is under investigation by members of the Susquehanna Township Police Department with assistance from the Dauphin County Accident Reconstruction Team.