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Towamencin Police Receives State Accreditation

The department overhauled its policy manual to meet 114 areas of the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association Accreditation Program. It is the 83rd out of more than 1,200 state departments to complete the program

Give Towamencin Township Police some accredit — it’s worked hard for this elite status.

Last Wednesday, Towamencin Township Police was honored for completion of the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association’s Accreditation Program.

According to Bradley Schlegel of The Reporter, Towamencin is the 83rd out of more than 1,200 departments in the state to complete the accreditation process.

According to Towamencin Township Police Chief Tim Dickinson in The Reporter article, the department spent six years perfecting requirements in 114 areas, including management, evidence control, fiscal management, officer training and communications.

Towamencin was required to overhaul its policy manual, according to The Reporter.

Read the full story and check out a video on The Reporter at this link.

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