The Upper Providence Township Police Department, located within Montgomery County in Pennsylvania, is comprised of full-time police officers who patrol the township which covers 18.2 square miles and serves over 21,000 residents.
In the Community
Under the command of Chief Mark A. Toomey, the department focuses on the community by providing police services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Officers of the Upper Providence Township Police Department serve the community in a variety of ways:
Answering calls to service
Assisting EMS and Fire personnel
Enforcing the laws
Investigating criminal activity
In addition to serving the community, several Upper Providence officers participate as members of the Ches-Mont Emergency Response Team, a regional tactical team (SWAT) that is trained and equipped to respond to life-threatening situations. A number of officers are also members of Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office Municipal Drug Task Force.