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The purposes for which this Association was organized is to secure a closer official and personal relationship among police officials throughout the State of Pennsylvania; to secure unity of action in police matters; to elevate the standard of police institutions; the adoption of humane efforts in the enforcement of laws; to devise and suggest ways and means for the advancement and perfection of a uniform police system within the State of Pennsylvania; the adoption of Pension, Relief and Civil Service Laws; and the advancement along all lines pertaining to the prevention and detection of crime and the identification and treatment of prisoners.
Impersonation of a police officer scam.
A York County woman this week was the first person in Pennsylvania to be cited for violating Gov. Tom Wolf’s stay-at-home order, according to state police.
Grove City Police charge woman with interfering with custody of children.
The May NWPCPA meeting held at Cross Creek Resort, 3815 State Route 8, Titusville, PA 16354. The Executive Board will meet at 1000 and the general mee
The July 2020 NWPCPA meeting will be held at the Youngsville Municipal Building, 40 Railroad St, Youngsville, PA 16371. Executive Board will meet at 1
The September 2020 NWPCPA meeting will be held at Hoss's Steak & Sea House, 2432 PA-257, Cranberry, PA 16319. The Executive Board will meet