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Police Services

The mission of the Conshohocken Police Department is to improve quality of life and to provide a sense of safety and security for residents and visitors. We promote respect and professionalism. It is our duty and obligation to maintain order, enforce the laws, and protect individual rights on a fair and equal basis. Our commitment to excellence not only extends to the community, but also to the officers and employees within the department who have dedicated themselves to the profession of policing. The police department’s operational strategy focuses on three main areas: police service, public safety, and training.

Emergency Alerts

The Borough of Conshohocken uses CodeRED, a web-based communication tool, which can disseminate important information related to emergency and non-emergency incidents, such as evacuation notices, missing persons, inclement weather advisories, and more. The system is capable of reaching hundreds of thousands of users within minutes through phone, text or email. Users must register online and create an account to receive alerts. Upon registering, users can designate how they wish to receive alerts. We highly encourage all residents, businesses, and anyone working within the borough to register for CodeRED. In addition to CodeRED, individuals can sign up for a variety of emergency alert tools provided through Montgomery County.

Learn more and enroll

File A Police Report Online

Citizens or victims of a crime that occurred within the limits of the Borough of Conshohocken can file a police report online. After completing all necessary information, you may print the report for your records. Please note that online police reports are monitored periodically. If the incident you wish to report is an emergency; a crime in progress; or involves any type of significant injury, please do not submit an online report and instead dial 9-1-1. Additionally, the loss or theft of prescription medications, narcotics or other controlled substances, CANNOT be reported online.

File a police report online

Parking Ticket Information

Parking tickets can be paid in person at the Conshohocken Police Station or mailed to 400 Fayette Street, Suite 100, Conshohocken, PA 19428. Acceptable forms of payment include: cash, check (made payable to the Borough of Conshohocken), money orders, and credit card payments. A convenience fee of 2.65% or $3.00 minimum per transaction will be applied to all credit card payments.

Unpaid parking citations will be reissued as state traffic violations to the registered vehicle owner after five (5) business days. Court fees and additional fines will be added to the original parking fine. Reissued state citations must be paid at the District Court noted on the citation and not at the police station. View more information about parking tickets, towing operators, and parking violation fees by visiting the link below.

Parking ticket info & fees

Contact Information

Police Services

Borough Hall
400 Fayette Street, Suite 100
Conshohocken, PA 19428

Phone: (610) 828-4032 (Non-Emergency) Phone: (610) 828-4033 (Non-Emergency) Fax: (610) 828-5243 Emergency: 911 Facebook

Hours
Administrative Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Telephone & Email Directory

Name Title Telephone
George Metz
Chief of Police (610) 828-4032
Kelly Olkowski
Police Administrative Assistant (610) 828-4032
Beth Ann Januzelli
Police Clerk (610) 828-4032