The Lower Moreland Police would like to inform our residents that we are aware of flyers being handed out in the Albidale section of the township. The flyers do not show a company name but request personal information. Be aware this could POSSIBLY be a scam. If anyone approaches you to conduct any business, always request to see the police-issued solicitation permit. Solicitors must have a valid permit. As always, keep your car doors locked and valuables secure.
We are seeing a significant increase in reports of unemployment fraud which usually involve someone filing for unemployment benefits using your personal information.
K9 Kermit is making the news! See the article here.
Launch of LMPD's K9 Unit:
Ever since she became involved in law enforcement, Lower Moreland Police Department Officer Sierra Volkert knew she wanted to be a K9 police officer. This Spring, that longstanding career aspiration will become a reality when the LMPD launches a K9 unit to help protect and serve the Lower Moreland community.
The Lower Moreland Police Department is excited to introduce a new police unit to the residents of Lower Moreland Township. The LMPD Bicycle Patrol Unit, which launched earlier this year, will begin regular patrols later this spring under the leadership of supervisor Sergeant John Pasqueal.
On Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 11:45 hours, LMPD attempted to conduct a traffic stop of the pictured motorcycle. The motorcycle failed to pull over and/or stop. It displayed no registration plate and was operated by a black male.
On Wednesday, 05/05/2021 at approximately 4:48pm, the pictured male attempted to cash a fraudulent check for $1700 from a compromised TD Bank account and was denied. The bank is located at Philmont and Red Lion Roads. Police were contacted and as police approached the male, he fled on foot to a waiting blue Honda which is also pictured here.
LMPD officers receive training in many different areas throughout the year. This month, we were honored to have Alex Mann from Malvern, PA as the presenter for "Autism and the First Responder". Alex is somewhat famous in the police world, in that we were the 103rd police department he has visited to provide this important training about autism awareness. He provided us with strategies to promote safe and positive interactions with people on the autism spectrum
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David J. Scirrotto, Chief of Police
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