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
Download the CRIMEWATCH mobile application and stay up to date with crime in your area. Our app lets you browse nearby crime and anonymously submit tips to authorities. Android - IOS - Windows (coming soon!)
Sign up for Free Notifications!
If your local police department is a subscriber, you can receive alerts through email about crime and arrests in your local community. Click here to sign up for free.
On 8/25/16 Chambersburg Police Units responded to 1 Monticello Ct; Sheetz for a reported retail theft. The manager described a white male, wearing no shirt and blue jeans and a large tattoo on his head taking two packages of condoms and placing them in his jeans pocket and exiting the store without...
The Chambersburg Police Department assisted the Chambersburg Area School District Police Department with extra patrols around the schools within the Borough of Chambersburg. These patrols began on August 18, 2016 and ran through August 26, 2016. Officers patrolled the schools in vehicles, on...
On 08/27/16 at approximately 1700 hrs, Jeffrey Bigelow was operating his Volkswagen Beetle eastbound on Grant St. Bigelow approached 5th Ave and made an improper turn. He was subsequently stopped for the violation on Montgomery Ave. Bigelow displayed several signs of impairment and was taken into...
On 8/24/2016 the Chambersburg Police Department investigated a domestic dispute on the 200 block of East Liberty Street. Jalissa Garcia admitted that she started the incident when she punched her boyfriend in the face. A citation was filed to Garcia for harassment.
Kohl's loss prevention reported that a male had concealed socks valued at $18.00 in a back pack, and tried to leave the store without paying. The suspect fled when confronted by loss prevention. The suspect was later identified as a 16 year old juvenile and issued a citation for retail theft.