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It is our honor to serve the nearly 33,000 residents with professionalism, dedication and commitment.
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Northern Regional Police Department Welcomes Three New Officers
The Northern Regional Police Department is happy to welcome three new officers to the Department. Officers Devon Siegfried, Ismael Lopez and Troy Handza started on August 31st. Officer Siegfried is from Ellwood City and has a degree in Criminology from Slippery Rock University. Siegfried previously worked for Mercer Borough Police Dept. Officer Lopez is from the City of Erie and has a degree in Marketing/Communications from Penn State University. Lopez previously worked for the City of Franklin Police Dept. Officer Handza is from Shaler Twp and has a degree in Criminal Justice from California University of PA. Handza previously worked for the City of Pittsburgh Police Department. We wish all three a long safe career. Please feel free to stop and introduce yourself and welcome them to the Northern Regional area!
Northern Regional Police Department Receives AAA 2018 Community Traffic Safety Platinum Award
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.
Northern Regional Police Department Supporting TEAM TESSA
The Northern Regional Police Department is proud to be part of TEAM TESSA! You may notice Northern Regional officers wearing TEAM TESSA wrist bands, purple ribbons on the patrol cars and purple ribbons displayed at the police station. Tessa is a 7 year old little girl who is suffering from a rare brain tumor (DIPG). We want Tessa to know the Northern Regional Police Department is wishing her the best and we fight along her side. Please see Tessa's story at https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/purpleforteamtessa