The UMT Police Department offers the following services to our community: Scroll down for details on each service
Subpoena Officer appearances or records
Medication Drop Box
Supoena an Officer’s Appearance and or Records:
Read the subpoena procedures for both an officer’s appearance and for records here- UMTPD Subpoena Process & Requirements
The Upper Macungie Township Police Department provides fingerprinting services for the residents of Upper Macungie Township free of charge during the hours of 8:00AM and 4:00PM, Monday through Friday unless other arrangements have been made.
- Please note that these posted hours of fingerprinting may be cancelled at any time when/if the operational needs of this facility dictate the need.
- If you reside in a municipality that has a full time Police Department you are encouraged to report to that agency for fingerprinting needs.
When being fingerprinted please do the following:
- Present your identification and related fingerprinting documents to the desk person.
- Wash your hands in the lobby restroom.
Lehigh County residents who have expired and unused over-the-counter and prescription medications will be able to discard those medication in a permanent collection box located at Upper Macungie Township Police Department located at 37 Grim Road, Breinigsville, Pa. CLICK HERE for more information.
(Kenneth Martz and D.A. Martin show off the MedReturn box at Upper Macungie’s police department.)
Residents can place medications in the box anonymously, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There will be no charge to residents for this service and no requirement to provide personal information or identification when using the box.
Signs are posted on each box informing residents of the types of items that can be placed in the boxes and those that are not accepted. Items that are accepted are prescription and over-the-counter medications, samples, vitamins, prescription ointments, prescription patches and pet medications.
Items that are not accepted are syringes, needles, Sharps or other sharp objects, medications from businesses and clinics, lotions or liquids, aerosol cans, inhalers, hydrogen peroxide and thermometers.
Click here for District Attorney’s press release.
NIXLE Public Safety Alert System:
TO REGISTER FOR NIXLE CLICK HERE: Nixle Alerts from the UMT Police Department can be sent via text or email. Simply enter your information, and choice of notification type.
Reverse 911- Smart Safety Alerts by Phone:
In the event of a major emergency, Lehigh County Emergency Management provides residents and visitors with a telephonic safety alert system called REVERSE 911.
You may already have this valuable service. Traditional wireline telephone systems—such as Verizon, Ironton, Service Electric, Frontier, Blue Ridge and RCN—are already in the REVERSE 911 system, even unlisted numbers.
But if you have “landline VOIP” phone service (Vonage and Magic Jack are a few examples) you may have to register your number for REVERSE 911. Also if you want your wireless cell phone notified by REVERSE 911, you must register your number. Note that during times of widespread emergency situations, cellular telephone networks may be overloaded so messages may not be sent by wireless carriers in a timely manner.
TO REGISTER FOR REVERSE 911 go to www.ema.lehighcounty.org. In the Search Box (in upper right of homepage) type in “REVERSE 911.” You will be taken to Registration Instructions and additional facts about this potentially lifesaving, emergency alert service.
As a courtesy to all Upper Macungie Township residents, UMTPD officers will conduct security checks of your home, at your request, if you are leaving town on vacation. CLICK HERE for more information.
Residents can monitor Upper Macungie crime with Crime Mapping website. Just visit this link for mapping details.
Our Police Department began using the Crime Mapping website to allow residents to map out and analyze crime in their neighborhoods.
“We want you to use the site to help keep you informed. We believe that a well-informed public has been proven to be effective in reducing crime. It is our hope that these additional steps will help our residents look out for each other, and help the department solve crimes.” Lt. Joseph Wilson.
The website maps 15 different types of crime, including theft, burglaries and DUIs. You can search by crime type, or by date.
To find Upper Macungie’s data, you can also go directly to http://www.crimemapping.com/map/pa/uppermacungietownship