Clifton Heights Borough Police Department

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The Clifton Heights Police Department is the primary law enforcement agency responsible for serving over 6,000 residents

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05/31/2021
Delaware County lost one of it's finest last evening, Delaware County Park Police Chief Scott Mahoney. Chief Mahoney beg...
05/19/2021

Delaware County lost one of it's finest last evening, Delaware County Park Police Chief Scott Mahoney. Chief Mahoney began his career in law enforcement in 1992 and was a Clifton Heights Police Officer for a time before moving on to bigger and better things.
Farewell friend, continue watching over all of your brothers in blue. 🍀🍀🍀

04/29/2021

This afternoon the Clifton Heights Police Department responded to the unit block of E. Baltimore Ave. for a call of an armed woman in crisis.
Responding officers and assisting departments were able to isolate the female armed with a semi automatic handgun to ensure her safety, that of her family and the public.
After several hours communicating with her, police negotiators and tactical units were able to take her into custody without injury to her or officers.
Officers and tactical teams throughout Delco are trained for and practice to ensure a conclusion like this. While this was a personal tragedy in a life, the outcome is to be commended.

04/28/2021
www.cliftonheightspolice.com

The Clifton Heights Police Department is seeking applicants for a part time police officer position. Interested candidates are required to have their Act 120 certification, a valid PA operators license, ability to perform tasks associated with policing, pass a physical, psychological and polygraph examination and an extensive background investigation. Day shift availability (Monday thru Friday) is a plus. This is NOT a civil service position.

Go to www.cliftonheightspolice.com to download an application and gain further information regarding employment in this position. Applications may also be picked up in person at the Clifton Heights Police Department at 30 S. Springfield Rd.

04/14/2021

Pennsylvania’s Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts (AOPC) is advising the public to be on the lookout for a recently reported phone scam.
The scam involves calls that “spoof” or mimic the AOPC’s telephone number, the AOPC is warning. During the spoof call, those being targeted are told of alleged unpaid court fines and outstanding fees. Should the fees not be paid, the caller threatens to place the individual on the Pennsylvania s*x offender registry.
The AOPC advises that it will never place calls or solicit payment by credit card, gift card, or any other means of electronic funds transfer for any reason.
Should you receive a phone call from a number or an individual claiming to be involved with or calling from the AOPC requesting money or payment of fines, fees or court costs, do not provide any sensitive information or forms of payment of any kind.
Anyone receiving calls of this nature is encouraged to hang up immediately and contact state and/or local police as well as the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, Bureau of Consumer Protection at (800) 441-2555 or [email protected].

The repaving process on E. Baltimore Ave will begin tonight. Milling will take place from Martin Dr. in Lansdowne to the...
04/05/2021

The repaving process on E. Baltimore Ave will begin tonight. Milling will take place from Martin Dr. in Lansdowne to the Septa Trolley station at Glenwood Ave. It will continue nightly until the project is complete.
If you live on this route, the street was posted on Friday "No Parking" by Penn Dot. While we will try to notify you to move, those who don't will be towed.
This project will eventually end with the length of Baltimore Ave to Oak Ave repaved. Expect noise, traffic and minor parking issues if you live in this area. It is a small price for this upgrade.

The repaving process on E. Baltimore Ave will begin tonight. Milling will take place from Martin Dr. in Lansdowne to the Septa Trolley station at Glenwood Ave. It will continue nightly until the project is complete.
If you live on this route, the street was posted on Friday "No Parking" by Penn Dot. While we will try to notify you to move, those who don't will be towed.
This project will eventually end with the length of Baltimore Ave to Oak Ave repaved. Expect noise, traffic and minor parking issues if you live in this area. It is a small price for this upgrade.

Big thanks to Marty from Visit Delco, Pa. They stopped in to say thanks and give us some mid-morning coffee and doughnut...
03/05/2021

Big thanks to Marty from Visit Delco, Pa. They stopped in to say thanks and give us some mid-morning coffee and doughnuts.
You can tell Marty is a classic Delco guy, a good hand shake followed by "What highschool did you go to, Bonner?" My reply....Class of 85.

Big thanks to Marty from Visit Delco, Pa. They stopped in to say thanks and give us some mid-morning coffee and doughnuts.
You can tell Marty is a classic Delco guy, a good hand shake followed by "What highschool did you go to, Bonner?" My reply....Class of 85.

With grant assistance from the BJA and PCCD the Clifton Heights Police Department is in the process of creating a Body W...
02/24/2021

With grant assistance from the BJA and PCCD the Clifton Heights Police Department is in the process of creating a Body Worn Camera (BWC) program for our officers. After purchase of the required hardware and software along with proper training for our officers, we hope to roll this new program out in the Spring of 2021.
If you would like to learn more about this program, contact our office during normal business hours.

With grant assistance from the BJA and PCCD the Clifton Heights Police Department is in the process of creating a Body Worn Camera (BWC) program for our officers. After purchase of the required hardware and software along with proper training for our officers, we hope to roll this new program out in the Spring of 2021.
If you would like to learn more about this program, contact our office during normal business hours.

The CHPD has received several calls from citizens who do not live locally stating an officer called them. The caller sta...
02/23/2021

The CHPD has received several calls from citizens who do not live locally stating an officer called them. The caller states we have a warrant for them. The caller then tries to elicit personal information and coerce them into paying a fine. The caller ID shows our office number.
THIS IS A SCAM CALLED SPOOFING.... If you have no business with this department or haven't visited Clifton Heights it is highly unlikely we would have a warrant for you. Also, we would not request personal information or payments over the phone.

The CHPD has received several calls from citizens who do not live locally stating an officer called them. The caller states we have a warrant for them. The caller then tries to elicit personal information and coerce them into paying a fine. The caller ID shows our office number.
THIS IS A SCAM CALLED SPOOFING.... If you have no business with this department or haven't visited Clifton Heights it is highly unlikely we would have a warrant for you. Also, we would not request personal information or payments over the phone.

We got our second dose of the vaccine yesterday. Arm hurts and some body aches but we're ok....I think.
02/18/2021

We got our second dose of the vaccine yesterday. Arm hurts and some body aches but we're ok....I think.

We got our second dose of the vaccine yesterday. Arm hurts and some body aches but we're ok....I think.

CHPD promoted Officer Dan Ford to the rank of Sergeant Tuesday evening. Congratulations Dan, stay safe....
02/18/2021

CHPD promoted Officer Dan Ford to the rank of Sergeant Tuesday evening. Congratulations Dan, stay safe....

CHPD promoted Officer Dan Ford to the rank of Sergeant Tuesday evening. Congratulations Dan, stay safe....

02/18/2021

You have two business days left to drop off your application for the entry level police officer examination. There is no fee so what do you have to loose?
The deadline is tomorrow at 4:00pm. You can get an app at www.cliftonheightspolice.com. What are you waiting for....

02/15/2021

Reminder that apps for appointment for full time police officer close on Friday February 19th at 4:00pm. We offer a competitive salary, education incentives, great medical, dental and vision benefits and a free ticket to the greatest show on earth. See our post for requirements. You can download our app at www.cliftonheightspolice.com, there is no application fee.

So true
02/14/2021

So true

So true

02/08/2021

Still on the fence about a career in Law Enforcement? If you have your Act 120 Cert and meet the requirements set forth in our posting, apply now. Applications close February 19th at 4pm. Download an app from www.cliftonheightspolice.com or stop on and get one. The application fee is waived so there is nothing to loose, but the chance to enter the rewarding field of Law Enforcement.

02/01/2021

Notice for examination for Police Officer in the Borough of Clifton Heights

Notice is hereby given that the Civil Service Commission of the Borough of Clifton Heights will hold a Physical Agility Test on February 27, 2021 at the Clifton Heights Fire Company located at 20 W. Baltimore Ave in Clifton Heights at 9:00am for the purpose of applicants to qualify for appointment to the rank of police officer in the Borough of Clifton Heights. Applicants who pass the physical agility test will progress to the written examination. The written examination will be rendered at the Clifton Heights Borough Hall located at 30 S. Springfield Rd. in Clifton Heights Borough on February 27, 2021 at 1:00 pm.

Applicants must be at least 21 years of age at the time of application, possess a high school diploma (or GED equivalent), an American citizen, licensed motor vehicle operator in Pennsylvania, have ACT 120 certification, and move within an 8 mile radius of Borough Hall upon completing probationary period.

The applicant must pass the physical agility test on the date given prior to moving to the written and oral test stages of the appointment process. The Clifton Heights Civil Service Commission will administer a written exam with a required 70% or greater result to move on to the oral test. Only the top ten scoring applicants will participate in the oral testing process. An oral test will be governed by The Clifton Heights Borough Civil Service Commission requiring a result of 70% or greater to continue in the appointment process.

When an applicant receives a conditional offer of employment they must undergo a psychological, physical (including drug test), polygraph and background examinations. The cost of these examinations will be borne by the Borough of Clifton Heights. Any applicant failing any one component of the examinations will be disqualified from any further consideration for employment.

Applications will be available at the Clifton Heights Police Department located at 30 S. Springfield Rd. in Clifton Heights Borough or at www.cliftonheightspolice.com. An application must be fully completed and delivered by the applicant in person with government issued photo ID no later than February 19, 2021 to the Clifton Heights Police Department at 30 S. Springfield Rd. Clifton Heights, PA. Applications will be accepted Monday thru Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm. There is no application fee.

01/28/2021

We congratulate Sgt. Jack Chappelle on 30 years of service with the Clifton Heights Borough Police Department and wish him well in retirement. We think you look pretty good with that axe, Jack, and are ready for you to join the fire company now that you have plenty of free time.

Last night we honored Sgt Jack Chappelle upon  his retirement after thirty years of service and devotion to the resident...
01/20/2021

Last night we honored Sgt Jack Chappelle upon his retirement after thirty years of service and devotion to the residents of Clifton Heights. Jack's leadership, devotion and dedication to this department is unmatched.
Our profession is a front row seat at the greatest show on earth. Good luck my friend, you deserve all the joy retirement has to offer.

Last night we honored Sgt Jack Chappelle upon his retirement after thirty years of service and devotion to the residents of Clifton Heights. Jack's leadership, devotion and dedication to this department is unmatched.
Our profession is a front row seat at the greatest show on earth. Good luck my friend, you deserve all the joy retirement has to offer.

We'd like to recognize and thank Dave, Aspen and the folks at Springfield Ford for their donation of 2K pieces of PPE to...
01/13/2021

We'd like to recognize and thank Dave, Aspen and the folks at Springfield Ford for their donation of 2K pieces of PPE to our officers.
During this trying time, corporate and community cooperation is vital. Thanks again.....

We'd like to recognize and thank Dave, Aspen and the folks at Springfield Ford for their donation of 2K pieces of PPE to our officers.
During this trying time, corporate and community cooperation is vital. Thanks again.....

Big thanks to Ashley and her coworkers at Mission BBQ for a great lunch. The food was the best. Mission BBQ is a great p...
01/11/2021

Big thanks to Ashley and her coworkers at Mission BBQ for a great lunch. The food was the best.
Mission BBQ is a great patriotic and community minded company. Thanks again....

Big thanks to Ashley and her coworkers at Mission BBQ for a great lunch. The food was the best.
Mission BBQ is a great patriotic and community minded company. Thanks again....

Thanks to the Clifton Heights American Legion Post #358 members and Commander Manley for the lunch they served our offic...
12/28/2020

Thanks to the Clifton Heights American Legion Post #358 members and Commander Manley for the lunch they served our officers today.
Your service and dedication to our country and Clifton Heights is greatly appreciated.
Thank you!!

To those we proudly serve, Merry Christmas! Now let's get the hell out of 2020. The members of the CHPD
12/24/2020

To those we proudly serve, Merry Christmas! Now let's get the hell out of 2020.
The members of the CHPD

Big shout out to Mr. Curtis and the staff at Lifeworks for a great lunch for the daywork officers and staff. Greatly app...
12/23/2020

Big shout out to Mr. Curtis and the staff at Lifeworks for a great lunch for the daywork officers and staff. Greatly appreciated by all. Merry Christmas!

Shout out to Pro Action for feeding the troops today and keeping covid at bay in the office and patrol cars this year.
12/18/2020

Shout out to Pro Action for feeding the troops today and keeping covid at bay in the office and patrol cars this year.

Hey residents of CH: we"ll get through this too. Please park legally to aid highway in clearing the streets and NO SAVSI...
12/16/2020

Hey residents of CH: we"ll get through this too. Please park legally to aid highway in clearing the streets and NO SAVSIES. Hope everyone enjoys the snow.

A big thank you to small business owner Ann DeLuca who, even during these trying times for everyone, thought it would be...
12/15/2020

A big thank you to small business owner Ann DeLuca who, even during these trying times for everyone, thought it would be nice to provide us lunch today. We greatly appreciate your thoughtfulness. We hope you have a Merry Christmas. 👍👮‍♂️🚓

12/15/2020

A wonderful person stopped at HQ today to drop off a significant amount of money that he found while walking on Springfield Rd in CH. If you lost money and can give us an amount and describe the packaging we would like to return it. Please Call 610-623-3242. Please do not respond on social media.

As if times are not tough enough for our fantastic restaurant workers, police are looking to identify these two in conne...
12/14/2020

As if times are not tough enough for our fantastic restaurant workers, police are looking to identify these two in connection with the theft of a tip jar containing about $200.00 from Yummies on Baltimore at Springfield. If you know their identity please contact CHPD at 610-623-3242.

We humbly thank all who served our country and remember those who we have lost.
11/11/2020

We humbly thank all who served our country and remember those who we have lost.

New full time officer Josh Kelly was officially sworn in at this months council meeting.We wish him the best of luck and...
10/23/2020

New full time officer Josh Kelly was officially sworn in at this months council meeting.
We wish him the best of luck and safety in his new career serving the residents of Clifton Heights.

Big thanks to Bill Stevenson and Target Building Construction for their appreciation and lunch sent to our officers toda...
09/18/2020

Big thanks to Bill Stevenson and Target Building Construction for their appreciation and lunch sent to our officers today.

09/18/2020

Thanks for the assistance, persons of interest regarding this theft have been identified.

While we are not meeting as a community to remember the sacrafice of our first responders and citizen heros who lost the...
09/11/2020

While we are not meeting as a community to remember the sacrafice of our first responders and citizen heros who lost their lives 19 years ago, please take a moment and remember those who perished and those who answered the call for service.
God Bless the United States.

09/04/2020

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30 S Springfield Rd
Clifton Heights, PA
19018

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The Clifton Heights Police Department Police Administrative Office hours are Monday thru Friday 8:30am to 4:00pm. The office is closed all weekends and major holidays. If you need to speak to an officer for any reason, at any time (both emergency and non-emergency) please call 911.

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