Serving The Townships of Heidelberg, Manheim, North Codorus and Spring Grove Borough

Recipient of the Governor’s Award for Local Government Excellence  

    2013 Annual Report   (Allow a moment for the file to download)

 

 

 NEW NEWS

> The week of May 11 - 17 is National Police Week; honoring the 105 officers who were killed in 2013 in the line of duty in the United States.  Two of those officers were from Pennsylvania. There are 105 small flags in front of our station standing in silent remembrance of those officers.    

Fourty (40) pounds of prescription drugs turned in to Police - Thanks! - In the last six (6) months, residents have cleared their homes of a substantial amount of prescription meds by depositing them in our York County Solid Waste Authority Disposal Box located in the lobby of the police station.  This practice helps the environment by safely allowing the items to be disposed of safely and eliminates the concerns of the meds falling into the wrong hands.  Our lobby is open from 8 AM - 4:30 PM weekdays.

> Two New Board Members are Appointed - Congratulations and welcome to our newest Police Board members; from Spring Grove Borough, Jen Morin; and from North Codorus Twp.,  Rick Lint.

Regarding our outgoing members, thank you for your service, Nelson Brenneman (North Codorus Twp.) and Paul Rohrbaugh (Spring Grove Borough).

 

Breaking News

A Word from the Chief

Take a moment and get to know more about our department and Chief Gregory Bean.

The overall philosophy of the Southwestern Regional Police Department is to provide the most professional police services possible in a fiscally responsible manner. We will achieve this by being innovative and progressive in our approach to solving problems. All employees will be tasked with this responsibility and be given the authority and the tools to accomplish these tasks.

We will not forget that the input of the residents' concerns and desires will guide this department. Being open to new ideas, being responsive to those ideas, and always looking to improve, is ultimately important. By working with residents, business owners, and all others involved in the criminal justice process, our goals are to reduce crime, disorder and to provide a safe community in which to live, work, and play.

“Continuous Improvement is What We Do.”