How to Report a Non-Life-Sustaining Business is Failing to Comply with Governor Wolf’s Order

On Monday, March 16th, 2020 Governor Tom Wolf ordered all non-essential businesses be CLOSED starting at midnight. On Wednesday, March 18th the Governor administered additional orders for all Non-Life-Sustaining businesses to close. Enforcement Actions for non-compliance will begin at 12:01AM Saturday, March 21, 2020. A listing of Non-Life Sustaining businesses can be found here. To…
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How Can We Better Serve You?

The mission of the Abington Township Police Department is to protect and serve the community with pride: Professionalism, Respect, Dedication, Integrity, and Esprit De Corps. We also are guided by the motto, Community First!  We cannot achieve our mission without the support of our community and we would appreciate your feedback by completing our survey.…
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Pedestrian Struck

Today at approximately 3:40PM a female, juvenile pedestrian was struck crossing Susquehanna Road at Hall Avenue. She was transported to Abington Jefferson Hospital where she is being treated for non life threatening injuries. This incident is currently under investigation by the Abington Township Police Department.
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Police Activity in the Roslyn Section of Abington Township

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On February 22, 2020, at approximately 9:00 AM, Abington Police responded to a report of a dog attacking a deer at the intersection of Bradfield Road and Susquehanna Road, in the Roslyn Section of Abington Township.  Upon arrival, the dog was found suffering from a gunshot wound.   Witnesses advised Police that the dog was shot…
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