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New Hanover Twp. Police Department
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Our Mission Statement

The principal mission of the New Hanover Township Police Department is to preserve the rights of the citizens in our community. We achieve this mission by preventing and detecting crime, protecting persons and property, maintaining order in public places, and anticipating and responding to events that threaten public order and the preservation of life and property.

New Hanover Township Police Officers understand that in the execution of their duties they act not for themselves but for the good of the public. They shall respect and protect the right of individuals and perform their services with honesty, zeal, courage, discretion, fidelity, and sound judgment.

Our New Hanover Police Officers seek and preserve public confidence by demonstrating impartial service to law, and by offering service to all members of the public.

Our broad philosophy embraces a wholehearted determination to protect and support individual rights while at all times providing for the security of persons and property in the community. In meeting this objective, it is our duty to operate as a public service organization. We will, at all times, work in cooperation with community agencies and groups to promote understanding of and competence in our efforts in law enforcement.

Kevin McKeon, Chief of Police
FBINA #225

Dept. Administration

Chief Kevin McKeon and Sergeant William Moyer are responsible for the day-to-day administration of the department. The administrative building and offices of New Hanover Township are located at:

2943 N. Charlotte Street
Gilbertsville, PA  19525

Patrol Operations

As part of our patrol operations, we work hand in hand with various law enforcement and emergency service providers to provide 24-hour delivery of police services. We are all committed and dedicated to improve the quality of life and economic value of those who live and work in the township.

Investigations

The Criminal Investigation Division provides investigative follow-up for a number of crimes. Members of the division also support this function through crime scene processing, criminal pattern analysis, sexual offender monitoring, missing person’s investigations and participation in various crime task forces.

News and Events

Check Out Some Recent News
New Hanover Detective Dyas Receives Commendation

New Hanover Detective Dyas Receives Commendation

New Hanover Detective Dekkar Dyas (Assistant Team Leader), along with members of the Montgomery County SWAT – Western Region Crisis...

Department Officers Recognized

Department Officers Recognized

Four officers were recognized at the Board of Supervisors meeting on Monday night for their role in apprehending two males...

Internal Revenue Scams

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service issued a consumer alert providing taxpayers with additional tips to protect themselves from telephone...

Promotion and New Hire

Promotion and New Hire

Congratulations to Corporal Bradley Shup and Officer Matthew Dean. Corporal Shup was sworn in last night as the police department’s...

Medication Storage and Disposal PSA

This PSA about proper storage and disposal of prescription medication was produced by the Boyertown Area Senior High School Telecommunications...

Identity Theft: What You Should Know

Identity Theft: What You Should Know 10 Best Practices to Avoid Identity Theft: Never give your PIN number or bank...

Area Police and EMS Presented With Lifesaving Awards

Area Police and EMS Presented With Lifesaving Awards

Several New Hanover Township Police officers and area EMS personnel were recognized last night at the New Hanover Township Board...

New Full-Time Officer Sworn In

New Full-Time Officer Sworn In

Last night, on January 4, 2016 Colin Lawlor was officially sworn in as our newest full-time officer. Congratulations Colin. We...