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11/20/15 – THEFT – Bucks Mont Party Rentals reported a 16
foot enclosed trailer was taken from their parking lot during the overnight
hours. The trailer is gray/diamond
plating, has ladder racks reinforced with wood support, ramp rear door, value
estimated at $6,000.
11/17/15 – PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS – Alycia Pinkowski, 25,
Perkasie, was cited for PD after responding to report of intoxicated female in
the area of Lenape Middle School.
Pinkowski was transported to Doylestown Hospital for medical assistance.
11/16/15 – CRIMINAL MISCHIEF TO VEHICLE – Owner of vehicle
parked in lot on 500 block of W. Butler Avenue reported an arrow from a
crossbow hit the windshield causing damage to the safety glass.
11/15/15 – PUBLIC DRUNKNESS – Ronald Sullivan, 36, Lansdale,
was cited for PD after police responded to the area of Del Val University for
report of lost and confused subject.
11/13/15 – THEFT – Student at Del Val University reported a
safe stolen from the dorm room. Safe
described as a small CentrySafe model H0100 .66 cu ft waterproof fire
chest. Approximate value $29.88.
11/07/15 – PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS - Margaret Emily Gordon, 30,
Bryn Mawr, was cited for PD after police responded to an establishment on S.
Main Street for report of intoxicated female.
11/06/15 – ASSAULT – Augustine Lee, 40, Philadelphia, was
charged with Simple Assault, Disorderly Conduct, and Harassment after going to
a residence on Union Street and causing a disturbance.
11/01/15 – DISORDERLY CONDUCT – Daniel Johnson, 24,
Richboro, was cited for DC after police observed Johnson urinating in public on
N. Main Street.
CBRPD Collaboration Receives Federal Funding for Body-Worn Cameras
CBRPD is one of 73 law enforcement agencies nationwide that will
receive U.S. Department of Justice funding for body-worn cameras
announced by the Obama administration on Monday, September 21, 2015.
"We are pleased to be awarded this grant as the lead agency on behalf of
nine Bucks County law enforcement agencies. This is a collaborative
endeavor to improve public safety and public trust between police and citizens. We want to deliver a positive experience to our communities," said Chief James Donnelly of CBRPD.
CBRPD was awarded $52,805 in federal funds for the BWC Pilot Program on
behalf of the collaboration. The collaboration's contribution will be
$54,595 netting a total of 120 BWC's to be implemented by 2016. The
Departments entered into an Intergovernmental Agreement tailored toward
the funding and consists of the following Departments: CBRPD, Chalfont,
Plumstead, Buckingham, Warrington, Warminster, Lower Southampton,
Northampton, and the Bucks County Sheriff's Department. "This pilot
program has the potential of affecting a population of over 626,000
crossing all socioeconomic boundaries as well as age, race, and
ethnicity," stated Sheriff Edward Donnelly of Bucks County Sheriff's
The collaboration will be meeting on a regular basis
to establish a plan of implementation, training procedures, and
operational policy that is consistent with BJA guidelines prior to the
purchase of cameras. Chief Bill Wiegman of Lower Southampton Police
said, "In addition to improving the high-quality public service expected
of our officers, video footage will provide powerful demonstrative
evidence for successful prosecution, officer training, reduction in
citizen complaints, and prevent unfounded complaints."
PRESS RELEASE - PLCB Awards Grant to CBRPD
Central Bucks Regional Police Department has been awarded a nearly $40,000 grant by the Pennsyvlania Liquor Control Board to fund a two-year project designed to combat underage and dangerous drinking.
Police Chief James
Donnelly will administer the grant with support and involvement by
representatives from Chalfont Borough Police Department, Delaware Valley
University Security, and the Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc.
“We are pleased to
have been afforded this opportunity.
Irresponsible alcohol consumption can lead to dangerous behavior,
property damage, and violence. Our goal
will be to increase consistency in patrols, partnerships, and education
throughout the Boroughs of Doylestown and New Britain. The patrols are part of a multi-faceted
strategic plan to reduce underage and high-risk drinking.” said Chief Donnelly.
the outcomes and impact of the project will reduce the number of
alcohol-related incidents and enhance quality of life and community safety.
CBRPD is the only
entity in the entire Bucks County region to receive a portion of the nearly
$2.3 million in PLCB grants awarded to schools, municipalities, community
groups and law enforcement agencies.
POLICE REACH OUT TO SENIORS
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person who may be medically/physically challenged during an unusual
inclement weather event, power outages or natural disaster. Police
officers will be assigned during an event to make home visits,
as manpower and circumstances permit, to see if residents are in need
of any special assistance. Please call us today 215-345-4143 and
register yourself or a family member that could benefit from our
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