Police

The mission of the Minersville Police Department is to enhance the quality of life of the citizens it serves and provide a safe community environment.
From the Chief: Our department serves a community of approximately 4500 residents.  We are a full-service police department, responding to emergencies, calls for assistance, enforcing Commonwealth traffic laws, Commonwealth criminal laws and Borough ordinances, 24 hours a day – 7 days a week. Office Number 570-544-2333 or 570-544-6212.

PATROLMEN
Full Time
Chief Michael Combs
Thomas Hoban
Eric Sterner
Jeffrey Bowers
Richard Clink
Part Time
Ryan Murphy
Joseph Pellowski
Shawn Tray
Cynthia Shpakovsky

Creighton Byron
William Kattner Jr
Walter Knepper
Robert Reichwein
Useful Information:
Street Sweeper Schedule – Street sweeping begins in early Spring and continues through late Fall.
Sunbury Street - 7:30am to 8:30 am, Monday and Tuesday
Any vehicles parked on the posted streets during the aforementioned hours will be ticketed.  Please check posted signs for the applicable day for your street.
Abandoned Vehicles – All vehicles parked on Borough streets must have a valid PA registration and PA inspection stickers displayed.  Vehicles must be operable (able to be legally driven) and all tires must be fully inflated.  Vehicles in violation will be ticketed and towed.
Motor Vehicle Accident Reports – Copies of all police accident reports cost $15.00 and are available at the police station.
House Check – If on vacation or away from your residence for an extended time, the Minersville Police Department provides house checks to residents.  Officers will check the exterior of the dwelling for suspicious activity as time permits.  House check forms may be obtained at the police station.  A brief form must be completed and signed by the homeowner.  House check information will not be taken over the telephone for security reasons.  When requesting this service, the resident should understand that this is a free service provided as time permits based upon call volume.  There is no special duty upon the Borough when providing this service and there is no guarantee against loss, theft, or damage to the premises.

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