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Santa Claus Is Coming to Town

Lower Allen Fire Company No. 1 is proud to be escorting Santa around the township by firetruck for children and families all to enjoy this holiday season. This two-day endeavor will feature stops in all neighborhoods listed below. Fire Company members will operate 2 different Santa runs simultaneously to accommodate all areas in our coverage area. Each child will have the opportunity to visit with Santa Claus and receive a treat as well as having the ability to have their picture taken.

Click on this link to see the schedule Santa Claus Schedule.

Public Safety Citizens Academy

Citizens Academy – March 5 – May 21, 2018

2018 Public Safety Citizens Academy Application

As you see a police car, fire engine, or ambulance responding with lights and sirens, have you ever wondered about the public safety services performed by members of those Lower Allen organizations? Well, the Lower Allen Township Department of Public Safety is announcing the very first “Public Safety Citizen’s Academy” to inform, and orient Township residents to those services.

Over a twelve-week period, the participants will learn about the Lower Allen Township Police Department, Emergency Medical Service, Fire Departments (Lisburn and Lower Allen), and Office of Emergency Management, from a variety of its members serving many roles. Topics will include patrol operations, criminal investigation, use of force, firearms, defensive tactics, forensics, identity theft, community emergency management, speed enforcement, DUI enforcement, fire prevention, fire training, fire operations, EMS training, Basic Life Support, Advanced Life Support, Community CPR, as well as many others.

Citizen’s Academy classes will be held Monday evenings from 6:30pm-8:30pm at the Lower Allen Township Emergency Operations Center located at 2233 Gettysburg Road, Camp Hill. Only twenty applicants, maximum are admitted during this course. Attendees must be at least 18 years of age, graduated from high school, and be free of any disqualifying criminal record. Interested members of the community may request an application by calling Dianna Knisley at 717-975-7575 Ext.1602, or emailing dknisley@latwp.org.

LA Alerts – Subscribe to Notifications

In April of 2017, we retired the system used to make community notifications for emergencies, as well as general notifications of Township activities. The retired system was largely based upon landline phone numbers contained in the “White Pages” database. As landlines continue to decrease and become less reliable for immediate notifications, it became essential to shift to a mobility based system that provided for a resident’s self-determination of a variety of contact options.

With the new system, referred to as “LA ALERTS”, you are able create and account and add the phone numbers (landline and cell phones), email addresses, and text numbers where you wish to be contacted for various notifications. You are also able to select groups you wish to be included in for emergency and/or routine messaging.

Subscribing is easy!

LA ALERTS POST IMAGEClick Here to subscribe. Please include your street address during the registration process.

You can also then choose the level of contact and join contact groups. If you have any difficulty, you can also subscribe by calling us at 717-975-7575 Ext. 1602 and we will assist you in registering.

You will not receive EMERGENCY or other notifications unless you subscribe to the LA ALERTS system. Do not hesitate. Subscribe today!

 

Lower Allen Township Police
Security Camera Registry

Cameras Help Solve Crime…

We all know this.  The world we live in is inundated with security cameras at both business and residential locations.   You may even have cameras at your residence or place of business!  That’s why we’re asking for your help with our

Voluntary Camera Registration Database 

We are asking residents and businesses to partner with us in the detection, prevention, and solving of crimes.  Often, a crime will occur that may have been caught on camera.  We may never know that, though, because we do not know where cameras are throughout the township.   What we are asking is that residents and business owners go to the form {CLICK HERE for the form} and provide the requested information.

We’re hoping this partnership helps us solve more crime and assists in keeping our community just a little safer.  Thank you in advance to all who choose to participate!