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Upper Macungie Township Police Department’s new police officers were sworn in on December 28th, 2012 and began to serve our township on December 31, 2012. Chief of Police Edgardo A. Colón stated “I’m looking forward to having a direct connection to this community. Our officers will show compassion as well as projecting strength and understanding.”
UMTPD COMMUNITY SATISFACTION SURVEY RESULTS ARE IN!
CLICK HERE to Register for Nixle, our public safety alert system. Nixle Alerts from the UMT Police Department can be sent via text or email.
What is Nixle?
Neighborhood-level to community-level: public safety alerts; up-to-the-minute need-to-know information; advisories, reminders, and last minute cancellations; municipal and community news, happenings, events, and any other relevant information the Police Department wants to send out through the service.
UMT Police Department Traffic Update:
DOG SAFETY INFORMATION:
At the request of residents, and in light of the recent tragic incident, UMTPD and the Lehigh County Dog Warden have provided a very informative packet on Dog Safety. Click here to learn how to respond and or react to dogs in various situations.
Protecting Our Quality of Life: Upper Macungie Township Police Department (Contact Us)
37 Grim Road
Breinigsville, Pa. 18031
Police Headquarters: 484-661-5911
Fax: 610-841-4922 Lehigh County Non-Emergency: 610-437-5252
Providing a pro-actively protective environment for all community citizens and property is a leading priority here in Upper Macungie Township. We honor this commitment to 24/7 safety by strongly supporting the in-township presence of our own community police department. Upper Macungie Township offers a quality of life well worth protecting…and we do.
Our Mission: To enhance the quality of life and serve the citizens of Upper Macungie Township by providing quality and professional police services. The broad philosophy of the Department will embrace a wholehearted determination to protect and support individual rights while providing for the security of persons and property in the community. In meeting this objective, it is the responsibility of the Department to function as a public service organization and to [at all times] work in cooperation with community agencies and groups to promote understanding of and competence in our law enforcement efforts. A founding principle will mandate all officers to fully and continuously demonstrate the Department’s mission to be Committed to Service.
For general police inquiries, questions or concerns, please contact Lt. Peter Nickischer at email@example.com.
We are a full-service police department working 24/7, 365 days a year to meet the needs and wants of the public. Our officers are professional, highly trained and educated with the knowledge ranging from CPR, AED, First Responder and Crime Prevention in your home to resolving quality of life issues. We are here to serve your community.
The meaning of the new Police Uniform Patch…The Uniform Patch of the Upper Macungie Township Police Department has numerous (symbolic) meanings. The shape of the patch itself is a shield to signify protection of the public. The (calming) French Blue color is symbolic of Police. The center of the patch has the Seal of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Within the Seal is a shield depicting a ship under full sail, a plow and three sheaves of wheat. These symbols represent the importance of commerce, labor, perseverance and agriculture. Atop the shield an eagle proudly symbolizes the state’s sovereignty. The barn and the farm fields represent the rich agricultural history of Upper Macungie Township and its commitment to open space, parks and recreation. The eagle represents American patriotism and the noble police officers who are serving and acting in the best interests of the citizens it serves.
History of UMTPD