A big thank you to the Lewis family for dropping off the most amazing cupcakes for the UPPD officers and staff. We truly are thankful for your thoughtfulness and your kind words.
Township Resident Donates Artwork
A big THANK YOU to township resident Jennifer Johnson for making this Blue Line Flag out of wooden pallets and donating it to the police department. We will proudly display this awesome piece of art where all of our officers can appreciate it daily!!
Park House PEER Residents Thank UPPD Officers
On Monday May 6, 2019 the Parkhouse PEER residents met with our officers to present them with Candy Law Enforcement Survival Kits. Thank you PEER residents for all of your work and efforts into making these. We will enjoy them!!
Coffee with a Cop: UPDATE
Update: Our first Coffee with a Cop event at Starbucks was a great success!. Looking forward to the next one.
On April 20, 2019 from 9am - 12 pm, Starbucks located at 1601 Egypt Road in Oaks, PA. will be hosting a "Coffee with a Cop" event. Come meet and have coffee with Lt. Mark Freeman, Highway Safety Sgt. Robert Solorio, and Det. Shea Johnson.
WELCOME TO THE UPPER PROVIDENCE TWP POLICE DEPARTMENT
Welcome to the Upper Providence Police Department’s web portal on the CRIMEWATCH Network. We ask that you use the information on this site responsibly. Working in partnership with the community we can proactively prevent crime, support victim recovery and hold offenders accountable.
On Friday, March 22, 2019 at 8:17 PM, the Upper Providence Township Police were dispatched to the Tillys store, located at 40 Town Center Drive in Collegeville, Pennsylvania, for a report of a suspicious male. A store employee contacted police about a male who was selecting clothing items in the...
The Upper Providence Township Police announce the arrest of Andrew Paul Dempsey. This arrest is a result of an investigation into allegations of stalking and harassment perpetrated by Dempsey. In December 2018 the victim contacted the Upper Providence Police to report repeated, unwanted...
In December 2018 Pope John Paul II Catholic High School officials notified the Upper Providence Township Police Department over $4000.00 in U.S Currency and $2,850.00 worth of gift cards were stolen from an Administration Office. In January 2019 covert surveillance was utilized by the Upper...