Police

About Us

The New Britain Township Police Department provides twenty-four-hour police service to the Township’s approximately 12,000 residents. The Police Department has fourteen (14) sworn personnel, including the Chief of Police and one (1) civilian clerk. Our patrol area spans approximately 15.2 square miles, bounded by County Line Road to the south, Swamp Road to the north, Township Line and Upper Stump Road to the west, and Upper State Road and Ferry Road to the east.

The Township surrounds the Boroughs of Chalfont and New Britain on three sides. Our officers patrol approximately 81 miles of state & locally maintained roads, including parts of PA Routes 202, 152, 309 & 313.


Mission Statement

“The New Britain Township Police Department is committed to working in partnership with all community members to identify community needs and deliver exceptional police services to improve the quality of life for all. We treat everyone with dignity, respect, and a safe atmosphere while recognizing our responsibility to maintain order, fairly enforce laws and protect individual rights.”


Message from the Chief of Police

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. Stay connected and find more information about the New Britain Township Police Department at our CrimeWatch page. Together we can make New Britain Township the safest place to live, work, or play. The officers and professional staff are here to assist you in any way possible. Please do not hesitate to Contact Us.


Richard Clowser
Chief of Police


Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
207 Park Avenue
Chalfont, PA 18914
Phone: 215-822-1910
Fax: 215-822-15874
Non-Emergency After Hours: 215-328-8508
Email: Police@nbtpd.org

If you have an emergency or witness a crime in progress, call 911.
If you have witnessed suspicious activity, call or email and let us help you.


Links

Township Staff | Frequently Asked Questions | Federal Trade Commission | FTC Identity Theft |
National Sex Offender Public Site | PA Megan’s Law Website | PA Amber Alert | National Center for Missing & Exploited Children |
MADD | Bucks County Drug & Alcohol Commission | Bucks County Network of Victim’s Assistance |
Bucks County Women’s Shelter & Assistance | Bucks County Human Services Connect | PA State Police | PA Dog Laws