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    Welcome to our website!

    Welcome to the Northern Regional Police Department website. 

    We strive every day to improve on our diligent service, strengthen community/police relations, and continue to keep the crime rate low in our (4) communities.  

    It is our honor to serve the nearly 33,000 residents with professionalism, dedication and commitment.

    To learn more about the Northern Regional Police Department, take time to explore and enjoy the information provided.



Harmony Trail Heroes 5K

Harmony5K

  A special thank you to Louis Krizmanich and Bob Mulshine from the Harmony Trail Heroes 5K. A very generous donation was made to the Northern Regional K9 fund as a result of the 5K charity run/dog walk.


Senator Lindsey Williams

Senator Williams photo

  Chief Robert Amann and Captain John Sicilia meeting with PA State Senator Lindsey Williams. A very productive conversation concerning the needs and concerns facing law enforcement.

Northern Regional Police Welcome Three New Officers

New Officers

 The Northern Regional Police Department would like to introduce our newest officers. Officer Andrew Falconer, Officer Chad Knox and Officer Madison Sturdivant all started this past September. Andrew has a degree in Public Health from Slippery Rock University and attended the Allegheny County Police Academy. Chad has a degree in Criminal Justice from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and also attended the IUP Police Academy. Madison earned a degree in Criminal Justice from Gannon University and attended the Mercyhurst University Police Academy. We wish all three a long safe career. Feel free to introduce yourself to Madison, Andrew and Chad and welcome them to the Northern Regional area.

Caption left to right: Officer Chad Knox, Officer Andrew Falconer and Officer Madison Sturdivant

Northern Regional Police Department Receives AAA 2018 Community Traffic Safety Platinum Award

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The Northern Regional Police Department is the proud recipient of AAA’s 2018 Community Traffic Safety Platinum Award. The award was earned in part to the department’s proactive traffic enforcement as well programs specifically designed to keep our students safe. We will continue to work at keeping the roads safe in Pine Twp, Richland Twp, Marshall Twp and Bradford Woods Borough.


NRPD Takes Second Place in Chili Cook Off

Det. Hohos Chili

  Congratulations to Detective Tim Hohos earning 2nd place in the Chili for a Chill Prom Night. Charity event to promote a safe prom night #SafePromNightSafeCommunity.

  Local first responders and community leaders participating in a Chili cook off to bring awareness and prevent countless tragedies.

Advice From NRPD 

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  According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau auto theft is on the decline, however, this does not mean your car is any safer. Vehicle “break ins” are steadily on the rise nationwide. The term “break in” is used quite loosely because the vast majority of the time no force is necessary to gain access to the vehicle. Thieves are merely entering unlocked vehicles and stealing your valuables. Recent trends are proving vehicles are primarily targeted for their contents. In 2018 the Northern Regional Police Department investigated 56 vehicle break in reports in which items were actually stolen. This does not include instances when vehicles were entered but nothing was taken. Victims often do not report attempted thefts or thefts of small amounts of change because they do not want to “bother” the police. Already in 2019, 7 “Theft from Vehicle” reports have been generated. FBI statistics show over 1/3 of all thefts from vehicles occur in suburban areas. Some of the most common items taken from cars include; money/loose change, electronics, purses, briefcases and firearms.

  Here are some tips to help keep you and your car from being a victim.

*  LOCK YOUR DOORS.
​ * Do not leave valuables in your car.
​ * If you must leave valuables in your car, store them out of sight.
​ * Use your alarm.
​ * Try to park in well lit areas.


​   Please be vigilant in your neighborhoods. Simply locking your door greatly decreases your odds of being a victim. Do not hesitate to call 911 if you see or hear anything that seems suspicious.