Police Department

Langhorne Borough Police Department- Chief John Godzieba
114 E Maple Avenue, Langhorne Borough, PA 19047
2nd Floor of Borough Hall

Non-Emergency – 215-757-5911
Police Radio Dispatcher: (215) 949-1000

Langhorne Borough Police Department was created in 1990 to better offer hands on Community Policing.

We have officers on duty most of the day to patrol our streets and to serve our citizens. If one of our officers should not be on duty at any given time the PA State Police are our backup and they will be dispatched by the same Police Radio Dispatcher.

Copies of accident reports and answers to questions can be obtained at our Police Station on the second floor of the Borough Hall.


Going out of town for over 3 days? Fill out this form and return to the Police Department ( in person at office or by e-mail) to let the Langhorne Borough Police aware.

This purpose of the House Check form is to aid in the communication between the residents of Langhorne Borough and their Police Department. By filing this form with the Police Department the resident is making the Police Department aware that they will be out of town for a period of time over three days. While they will be out of town, the Police Department will attempt to check the home. This will not only aid security, but might also provide a check against other unforeseen problems, (such as broken pipes, deliveries left out in the open). Please note if you fill out this form you are permitting the Police Department to enter your property to conduct inspections. It is understood and acknowledged that the Police Department cannot guarantee that it can perform inspections while you are gone and cannot guarantee the security of your residence or the safeguard of your property. 

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