On behalf of the Yeadon Police Department, I would like to welcome you to the Yeadon Police Department’s web page. The Mission of the Police Department is to protect and preserve life and property; to understand and serve the needs of the community and to improve the quality of life by maintaining order, recognizing and resolving community problems, and apprehending criminals. As you might expect, the success of law enforcement efforts in any community depends largely upon citizen interest and participation. Our Police Department continues to be community-oriented, encouraging citizen involvement in preventing and reducing crime.
With Pride, Integrity, and professionalism we strive to protect the rights and self-respect of all citizens. With courage and dignity, we endeavor to protect the rights of all persons equally. Professionally and personally we are responsible for our conduct. We are honest, fair and strong of character. We hold ourselves accountable to the highest standards of ethical conduct and strive to be role models for others. As employees, sworn or civilian, full or Part-time, we are proud to a vital part of this agency and we strive to promote these values.
This website will provide information on personal safety, protecting property, preventing crime, and more. Our Police Department continues to evolve to meet the changing needs of our community and our citizens, in order to provide a safe and secure environment to live and work. As part of our on-going effort to increase community awareness, we have created this website to provide enhanced access to our agency. We hope you enjoy your visit to our new website and find the content to be informative and useful. As Chief of Police, I extend an invitation to come back and visit our website often.
This website is provided as a service to the citizens of Yeadon, Pa. We hope it is helpful.
While we try to keep it current, it's possible that the website contains information that differs from current policy of the Yeadon Police, or the Borough of Yeadon. If so, it's those policies that are in effect.
Please always check with the Yeadon Police or the Yeadon Town Hall.
No alerts at this time.
Yeadon Borough is part of the Delaware County 911 program. If you have a medical, police or fire emergency, dial 911.
Be sure to stay on the phoneline until you have answered all the emergency operator’s questions. Be ready to give the operator your name and street address of where the emergency vehicles should go.
This web site is part of the Department's continuous improvement in serving the citizens of the community.With this website, you'll be able to get information about the Yeadon PD quickly and easily. We are especially looking forward to publishing on a regular basis the police blotter. Also, you'll be able to get regular notices (for example, traffic alerts for parades, snow, etc.) from the Chief. We encourage you to sign up for regular e-mails about criminal activity in the area. And, we are instituting on the site an anonymous tip page, where we encourage you to come forward about crime you have witnessed.
Some of these features are still under construction, so please bear with us.
This website is made possible by the generosity of the Yeadon community. The Department is especially indebted to local businesses who have made contributions.
This website DOES NOT collect any personal information unless you give it.