Serve - Protect - Defend
The sworn officers and civilian employees of the Whitemarsh Police Department appreciate the opportunity to work with you in making Whitemarsh Township a safe and enjoyable place to live, work and visit.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Whitemarsh Township Police Department is to tirelessly protect the citizens of our great community, to serve those citizens without prejudice, and to defend our community under any circumstance.
The unmitigated commitment of each member of this department reflects the true nature of the men and women who demonstrate exemplary conduct on and off duty. Through our service to the community we promote the quality of life and ensure justice.

The men and women of the Whitemarsh Township Police Department strive to make Whitemarsh Township a great place to live and work.

This goal shall be accomplished each and every day with honesty, respect and integrity.

WPD General Orders:

SafeWatch Whitemarsh:
Whitemarsh Residents can voluntarily register with Whitemarsh PD to provide camera footage when a criminal investigation takes place in their neighborhood.  Registration does NOT give Whitemarsh Police direct access to your equipment, but provides officers and detectives with a list of addresses that have camera equipment or smart door bell systems that may provide valuable evidence.  Interested residents may complete the registration form HERE.

Completed forms may be sent to tforsyth@whitemarshpd.org or faxed to (610) 825-5078.  Residents with questions can reach the Police at the non-emergency line: (610) 825-5078
  1. Board Of Supervisors' Message On Vandalism

    We are shocked and saddened at the vandalism that included a racial slur in one of our parks on Saturday. The Whitemarsh Board of Supervisors condemns this act. Everyone deserves to feel safe; safe in their home, their Township and their community. Read on...
  2. Highlands Mansion And Gardens Preservation Moves Forward

    The Board of Supervisors has approved subdividing the 40-acre Highlands Mansion And Gardens into two parcels as part of the plan to preserve the property. Read on...
  3. Section Of Joshua Road Reopens

    Joshua Road between Flourtown Road and Stenton Avenue has reopened after being closed for widening and drainage improvements. Read on...
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