Welcome To The Conshohocken Police Department Website

 The mission of this police department, through a community partnership, is to improve the quality of life, provide a sense of safety and security for our residents and borough guests.  We, as a police department, promote dignity, respect, and professionalism, by recognizing our duty and obligation to maintain order, enforce the laws and to protect individual rights without impunity on a fair and equal basis”.





The Conshohocken Police Department is inviting our community to an open house of our new facility on Thursday May, 14th 2016 from 10am to 3 p.m.


Members of our community will be provided a tour of the police facility and have the opportunity to see the latest in technology and equipment that the police department uses on a daily basis. Please come see our new police department and meet some of the officers that serve our community every day.

While touring the department, our citizens can visualize the police components that will be on display: SWAT equipment, police patrol vehicles, criminal investigations, and our state of the art training room.  This is the equipment and technology used everyday to keep Conshohocken safe.
A light fare of sandwiches and cold refreshments will be served for our guests during the open house. All are welcome !!!!!!!



Conshohocken Mayor's Car Show June 4th, 2016 Starting at 8am

Conshohocken Mayor, Robert Frost, will be having his annual Car Show on Saturday, June 4th 2016. Please come out to see an awesome display of vehicles; Older Cars, Newer Cars, Muscle Cars, and Classic Cars. This will be a family fun event for everyone to enjoy !!!    Vehilces will  be displayed along Fayette Street so please, come spend the day eating at our excellent restaurants and enjoying an awesome car show !!!!!!!



On February 26th, 2016 at approximately 4:45pm a man entered the PNC bank with the intention of robbing the bank just prior to closing. The suspect approached the teller, displayed a note indicating he had a gun, and demanded money. The suspect left the bank with stolen money in a grey van and fled towards Interstate 76.  Officers responded quickly and obtained information on the suspect and his vehicle.  Subsequently, the vehicle was located and the suspect was arrested by Conshohocken police officers; SGT Shane Murray, OFC Shawn Malloy, OFC Sean Gregory, OFC Chris Kammerer and West Conshohocken police officer Brian Schaible. For their unwaivering devotion to duty and to the citizens of the Borough of Conshohocken, all  officers involved will be awarded a Commendation of Merit at the monthly Borough of Conshohocken Council meeting on May 18th at 7:00 pm.   The public is encouraged to attend and meet those who protect our community.