I ask that you get invested in our community. Take an active interest in what we all seek; a safe community for each other and our families, by reporting crimes and suspicious activity. Enjoy all that Chambersburg has to offer and remember that we, the Chambersburg Police Department, will be here for you.
-Ron Camacho, Chief of Police
Chambersburg Police Department Accepting Police Officer Applications
Police Officer applications are currently being accepted in Chambersburg! Do you want a career that is rewarding?
BUSINESS & RESIDENT CAMERA REGISTRY
In an effort to collaborate better with the community, the Chambersburg Police Department is asking all residents and business with cameras to register with the police department. Access to video following a crime can be the difference in solving the crime or not. To register your camera click here.
CRIMEWATCH Mobile App Available
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On 10/23/2016 the Chambersburg Police Department investigated a report of criminal mischief. Three juveniles were throwing rocks off the highline railroad tracks at a vehicle parked in front of 78 North Fourth Street. The vehicle was struck more than once causing $899 in damage. A 15 year old...
Sonya Crull was taken into custody for Public intoxication after being found passed out on the roadway near the 600 block of Lincoln Way W, and it was determined that she was intoxicated to the point that she was a danger to herself or others.
Eric Pretty was taken into custody for Public intoxication after being found passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle in the 300 block of Roy Pitz Ave, and it being determined that he was intoxicated to the point he was a danger to himself or others.