Pennridge Regional Police Department

West Rockhill Township and East Rockhill Township are serviced by the joint Pennridge Regional Police Department (PRPD).

The PRPD provides:

  • Traffic Safety and Accident Reconstruction Unit
  • Bicycle Patrol Unit
  • Criminal Investigation Unit
  • Tactical Team and Youth Services Unit
  • Youth Aid Panel

Detective Lewis in the Rotunda at the Pennsylvania Capital attending a Department of Drug and Alcohol police recognition event

Anonymous Tip Line
Citizens can call the police department at 215-257-5104, and follow the prompts to leave an anonymous tip. The tip line is checked daily and tips are forwarded to the Detective or Officer working the specific case for follow-up.

ReadyNotifyPA is a system that helps local officials sent emergency alerts and other notifications to you quickly via your cell phone, pager, Blackberry, or email account. To learn more and how you can sign up, please refer to the documents attached below.
PRPD Offers Personal Property Inventory 
The PRPD has  developed a Form for residents to document their personal belongings. In the event that your property becomes lost or stolen, PRPD will have on record the make, model and serial numbers and descriptions of your valuables. For more information, please download the PRPD Personal Property Inventory Form and PRPD Personal Property Inventory Introduction Letter below.

 Pennridge Regional Police Department
200 Ridge Road
Sellersville, PA  1860

Chief Rod Blake
Emergency: Dial 911
Non-emergency: 215-257-5104

PRPD Meetings are the 4th Wednesdays of each month at 7 p.m. 

 Front (L-R) Officers Kolb, Forbes, Digiovanni, Ruiz, Lehman, Raza &  Administrative Assistant Owens

Rear: Chief Blake, Officers Windfelder, Bartholomew, Alcott, Maloney, Dean and Detective Lewis

MedReturn Drop Box
The PRPD is taking part in a "drug take back" program coordinated by the Bucks County District Attorney's Office, the County Detectives, and the DEA. A MedReturn drop box is located in the waiting room of the PRPD building at 200 Ridge Road Sellersville, PA. Citizens can drop unwanted medication into the box anonymously with no questions asked. The box is routinely emptied and medications promptly turned over to the District Attorney's office for disposal.

Alarm Users Permit
The PRPD asks all residents with alarm systems to register with the Police using the form below. Please return to PRPD.
Med Return Box
Lynda Seimes,
Dec 8, 2010, 7:28 AM
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Dec 2, 2010, 8:49 AM
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Dec 2, 2010, 8:48 AM
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