Thursday, April 25, 2013
A missing woman who does not speak English has been found.
UPDATE: An Upper Dublin Police Officer confirmed that the missing woman from Upper Dublin "has been found and safely returned home." --- Upper Dublin Police are seeking the public's assistance in locating an elderly woman in the township. According to ReadyNotifyPA, the Upper Dublin Police department is attempting to locate an elderly Asian female. "She was last seen wearing a purple and white top, green pants, black shoes, and sunglasses," according to the alert. "She does not speak English." Anyone who has information on the missing woman is asked to call 215-646-2100 or the UD Police station at 215-646-2101.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
25-year-old Stephen Pimm joins the ranks of the Upper Dublin Police Department.
The Upper Dublin Police Department welcomed its newest member to the force on Tuesday night, following the swearing-in of 25-year-old Stephen Pimm by Judge Patricia Zaffarano. Originally from Tampa, Pimm left the Sunshine State after receiving a full-ride athletic scholarship to play tight end for the Villanova. Pimm went on to become a two-year starter for the Wildcats, before graduating with a degree in criminal justice in 2009. Prior to being hired by the Upper Dublin Police Department, Pimm served two years with the warrant unit for the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania. Pimm was joined by his fiancé, Allison, during the swearing-in ceremony. He will wear badge number 92.
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Guests at the event were given a first-hand look at a variety of specialized law enforcement equipment and vehicles, as well as a chance to meet their local officers and tour the police station.
The Upper Dublin Police Department held a National Police Week commemoration on Monday night, packing the municipal complex with vehicles and equipment, and educating residents about the role of law enforcement in the community. National Police Week originally began in 1962, when President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation designating May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day, and the week of the 15th as National Police Week. "It's basically a way for us to honor those officers who have given the ultimate sacrifice -- dying in the line of duty," said Sergeant Drew Lavenberg, of the Upper Dublin Police Department. "Our department had an officer die in the line of duty -- Sgt James Miller died in 2004 from a car accident -- so this is our …
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
The Penn State grad has been with the Upper Dublin Police Department since 2004
The Upper Dublin Police Department officially promoted Corporal Drew Lavenberg to the position of Sergeant on Tuesday night, following a unanimous approval by the township's board of commissioners. "He's outstanding," said Chief Terrence Thompson, of the Upper Dublin Police Department. "He's a homegrown lad from Upper Dublin and we're really thrilled [to promote him]." After graduating from Penn State with a degree in Parks and Recreation, Lavenberg applied for an internship with UDPD in 2004. Chief Thompson said that he initially didn't know what to make of Lavenberg, and thought that he may have walked through the wrong door. "I had this vision of [Drew] coming into work and finding him in ill-fitting shorts, a Penn State shirt, a …
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
The 2nd annual event saw fun competition.
- POLICE & FIRE
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
This recap was sent to Upper Dublin Patch by the Upper Dublin Police Department, and was published at the editor's discretion as a service to the UDPD, Fort Washington Fire Company and Patch readers. On Sunday, June 6th, the 2nd Annual Hometown Heroes Softball Game and Family Picnic was held at Mondauk Park. The day began with a softball game featuring Upper Dublin Township Police Department members versus Fort Washington Volunteer Fire Company members. This year a trophy was jointly purchased by the Upper Dublin Police Benevolent Association and Fort Washington Volunteer Fire Company to be awarded to the winning team. The game was fun and exciting to watch and everyone had a great time. Police department members fought through a hard 9-…