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The Bucks County Community College Office of Security and Safety has achieved accreditation from the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA), the leading authority for campus public safety.

Four new officers recently joined the Central Bucks Regional Police Department, bringing the total number of “sworn personnel” to 28, officials said.

Perkasie recently welcomed officers Justin Nyce and Mark Compas to the borough police department, according to a press released posted on the department’s Crimewatch page.

Solebury Police Chief Dominick Bellizzie retires July 7 after 18 years. His replacement — Kelley Warner, a Buckingham resident — will be the township’s first female police chief.

Legislators: Make DNA sampling like fingerprinting

Five Bucks County Republican state legislators gathered on May 30 at the scene of a violent crime solved using DNA technology to say DNA samples ought to be taken like fingerprints — that is, at the time of an arrest.

There’s a new sergeant in the Upper Makefield Township Police Department, but he is a familiar face. At a May 21 meeting of the township board of supervisors, Gerard Russi was promoted.

Kevin Edwards accepts the congratulations of New Hope Mayor Larry Keller during Tuesday’s borough council meeting, at which Edwards took the oath of office to become the borough’s new …

District Judge Maggie Snow swore in Solebury’s newest full-time police officer — Larry Grawe Jr. — at the March 19 board of supervisors meeting.

Doylestown Township’s supervisors have unanimously approved the promotion of Lt. Charles Zeigler to Chief of Police. The change won’t take effect until October, when current police Chief Dean Logan retires.

A decade ago Michael Cummings left Doylestown Borough Police Department to become chief of police in New Hope. Since then, Cummings, who retires this month, has been credited with shepherding the …

Nine years ago, Springfield Township Police Department had more job candidates than it could handle, with 10 making the shortlist for a vacant position. This year, just seven have applied for the current vacancy.

Bucks County has restored “core functionality” of its computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system, officials said Tuesday night.

While seeking expansion of its police department’s popular community relations program through a proposed partnership with Perkasie, Bedminster has promoted two corporals to the rank of …

The beginning of each new year brings something exciting for every person — whether it’s a life milestone such as a wedding or maybe a relaxing vacation. For the Fraternal Order of Police …

Buckingham finalizes same-tax budget, Gallagher’s separation

Buckingham Township adopted its no-tax increase budget for 2024 and approved the Separation Agreement and Release between the township and former Police Chief Mike Gallagher, who resigned.

Grateful for help from the Richland Township Police Department since taking ownership of the Richland Plaza shopping center on Route 309, including its idle retail units, Velocity Ventures has …

Grateful for help from the Richland Township Police Department since taking ownership of the Richland Plaza shopping center on Route 309, including its idle retail units, Velocity Ventures has …

Bucks County SPCA Humane Law Enforcement Officers rescued 33 cats and three large dogs from a urine- and feces-littered hotel room in Feasterville-Trevose Wednesday. Hotel staff notified BCSPCA after …

Is Springfield’s four-person force about to become a three-officer troop? At a recent meeting, township supervisors declined to say whether they would replace Officer Ronald Jacoby, who plans to …

Public safety service that especially relies on effective communication with other agencies and areas to solve, for example, a lost child crisis, is being enhanced in Buckingham by a grant-supported …

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