Message from the Chief of Police
As your Chief of Police, one of my goals is to make sure that we continue to provide community-connected police service. In order to do exactly that, we have to have a department that is open, transparent and accessible to the public, which we so proudly serve.
Therefore, during my tenure, I have closely reviewed most, if not all, of our numerous policies. Some had to be completely revised, while others required only editing and formatting changes. I have even introduced new policies, such as No Bias Policing, and Preventing and Reporting Corruption.
I am pleased to announce that many of these revised or newly-introduced policies are now available. Please use the links below to access them. Additional policies will be posted as they are revised, edited or introduced.
The purpose of this project, which is still in progress, is to ensure that our policies are comprehensive and contemporary, and meet today’s current professional law enforcement standards. We are also consolidating what were once directives, general orders and memorandum into one centralized policy resource, entitled Narberth Police Directives.
On behalf of Mayor Andrea Deutsch and the Narberth Police Department, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the members of the Public Health & Safety Committee, as well as Sean Metrick, Borough Manager, Matt West, Assistant Borough Manager, and Officer Sean McCabe for all of their help with this project.
Thank you for supporting the Narberth Police Department.
Chief of Police
|Directive 02||Use of Force|
|Directive 13||Written Statements|
|Directive 22||Foot Patrol|
|Directive 25||Media Relations|
|Directive 32||Abandoned Vehicles|
|Directive 40||Sexual Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation|
|Directive 43||No Bias Policing|
|Directive 44||Parking Meter Collections|
|Directive 55||Handicapped Parking|
|Directive 56||Chain of Command|
|Directive 57||Preventing and Reporting Corruption|
|Directive 58||Bereavement and Funeral Leave|
The Narberth Police Department is currently staffed by one Chief of Police, five Police Officers, one Parking Controller, and three Crossing Guards.
|Elyse Pearson||Crossing Guard|
|Charles Bode||Crossing Guard|
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