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Conshohocken Police Department is sposoring another community prescription Drug Take Back Day.  Please come to the police station located at West 4th and Fayette Street on Saturday April, 29th 2017 between the hours of 10am and 2pm.   This is an opportunity for residents to participate in a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescriptions drugs. Our lobby will be equiped to collect unwanted prescription drugs, expired prescription drugs, and unwanted over the counter durgs for proper and safe disposal. 

Conshohocken Police Association

Members of the Conshohocken Police Association participated in their first annual Shop-With-A-Cop initiative this year.  Along with help from the Conshohocken ElementarySchool, 2 students were chosen as this years recipients. The students, Bridget and Cole, exemplified what it meant to be a "Conshohocken Coyote". Both students had excellent grades and demonstrated outstanding examples of being kind, courteous, thoughtful students. They each collected the most "Gold Stars" from teachers who observed them demonstrating positive character traits this year in school. The Shop-With-A-Cop was the idea of OFC Bahn, pictured above right. Other members of the Police Association agreed that parterning with students from the elementary school is an excellent way to build community relations. Along with Shop-With-A-Cop, Conshohocken Police Officers also participate in a Bike Rodeo, Christmas Book Naration, and they participate in other school porgrams throughout the year.  Thank you to Old Navy at the Metroplex in Plymouth Meeting for assisting the officers and the children and their families.  


On December 21, Conshohocken Officers, SGT Murray and OFC Malloy were on hand to distribute toy to St Marks Church in Conshohocken for underprivileged children. Officers distributed collection drums to local businesses over the past month and the public, along with Conshohocken Police Officers, generously made donations in honor of Toys for Tots.  The Conshohocken Police wishes to THANK our community for helping make this Christmas more enjoyable for some needy children. The Toys for Tots program was started by members of the USMC almost 70 years ago. Conshohocken Police will honorably continue the Toys for Tots tradition every Christmas.  If you, or your business, are still interested in making a donation, please call the police station for further details, 610-828-4032.  Conshohocken Police would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and a Healthy, Happy, and Proserous New Year. 

 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”.






  Conshohocken Police are looking for Borough residents to join the Greater Norristown Police Athletic League in Norristown.  Attached at the bottom of the page you will find the link to GNPAL and the application form. 


  Since 1976, Greater Norristown Pal (GNPAL) has served thousands of area youth in a variety of programs. In 2005, the GNPAL moved into the old Stewart National Guard Armory building near the Elmwood Park, Zoo, and sports complex. The building is now called GNPAL center. You must be a member of the GNPAL to participate in leagues, classes, and programs. GNPAL members must also pay any fees for classes and programs they participate in. Members will receive a card that must be presented to gain access into the GNPAL building.  Youth membership is $10/yr and adult (18 years or older) memberships are $25.


  Whether it's sports like basketball, boxing, educational programs, homework tutoring, or diverse cultural programs, GNPAL has a wide variety of activities and programs offered to the youth in our community. The common factor which enhances the impact of the GNPAL is; committed and caring Montgomery County police officers.


  The mission of PAL has been the same for each PAL location for decades:  "COPS HELPING KIDS"  PAL aspires to be the premier youth serving organization in Montgomery County by reducing crime, promoting character development, and improving educational outcomes. Police officers assisting GNPAL, supported by our community, offer the youth in the Greater Norristown area a safe haven for recreational, educational, and social gatherings. PAL is striving to build the relationship between the community and the dedicated police officers who serve their community.


  If you would like to join PAL, please log onto their website www.greaternorristownpal.org to access the application.