A Message from the Abington Township Police Department Dear residents, We understand the fear and frustration that so many of you are feeling regarding the rioting and looting that has occurred in our country and nearby jurisdictions. We deeply regret that there are agitators who are determined to exploit the tragic death of Mr. George…Read More
Chief Patrick Molloy Reacts to Minneapolis Death and Reassures Abington Residents of His Commitment to the Community and Ongoing Collaboration with the Willow Grove N.A.A.C.P.
Chief Patrick Molloy Reacts to Minneapolis Death and Reassures Abington Residents of His Commitment to the Community and Ongoing Collaboration with the Willow Grove N.A.A.C.P. On behalf of all the men and women of the Abington Township Police Department, I want to express my deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Mr. George Floyd. …Read More
Tyson Avenue Road Closure and Detour In order to accommodate resident parking in the construction area, Tyson Avenue is being closed to thru traffic between 832 Tyson Avenue and Easton Road beginning mid-day Monday, May 18th, 2020. Starting after 3:30PM on Monday, please park on the Westbound side of the road (shown as the blue…Read More
Peace Officers Memorial Day, Remembering Officer Thomas Mathews Officer Thomas Mathews – EOW: Wednesday June 29, 1949. The early morning hours of Wednesday, June 29th, 1949 were warm and clear as Officers Tom Mathews and Clark Cutting of the Abington Police Department patrolled beat #4 in the township’s upscale Rydal section. At 1:18 A.M. the…Read More
Abington Township Police Department Announces America Strong and United Campaign Each day police officers, firefighters, emergency medics, doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, grocery and food service workers, and countless others continue to serve while putting their personal health, and health of their families at risk. Tragically, first responders around the country have already lost their lives…Read More