Find Luzerne County Pennsylvania state and local police departments, precincts, stations, auxillary police, police officers, chiefs, and detectives. Police departments provide information on public safety, police reports, police dispatch, police impounds, and police services.
Avoca Police Department 752 Main Street Avoca PA 18641 570-457-4011
Butler Township 415 West Butler Drive Drums PA 18222 570-788-3230
Chief of Police 180 East Center Street Shavertown PA 18708 570-696-1175
Courtdale Boro Police Department 5 Blackman Street Courtdale PA 18704 570-287-2725
Dallas Township Police Department 2919 Pennsylvania 309 Dallas PA 18612 570-674-2005
Dupont Police Department 600 Chestnut Street Dupont PA 18641 570-654-9971
Duryea Borough Police Department 315 Main Street Duryea PA 18642 570-457-1721
Edwardsville Police Department 470 Main Street Edwardsville PA 18704 570-288-8463
Exeter Police Department 1101 Wyoming Avenue Exeter PA 18643 570-654-3001
Fairview Twp Police Administration 65 Shady Tree Drive Mountain Top PA 18707 570-474-9683
Forty Fort Police Department 1271 Wyoming Avenue Kingston PA 18704 570-288-6336
Freeland Borough Office 801 Centre Street Freeland PA 18224 570-636-0111
Harveys Lake Boro Police Department Rte 415 Harveys Lake PA 18618 570-639-1620
Hazleton Police Department 40 North Church Street Hazleton PA 18201 570-459-4950
Hughestown Police Department 42 Center Street Hughestown PA 18640 570-654-2082
Kingston Police Department 500 Wyoming Avenue Kingston PA 18704 570-288-3674
Laflin Boro Police Headquarters 47 Laflin Road Wilkes-Barre PA 18702 570-654-3322
Larksville Boro Police Department 211 East State Street Larksville PA 18704 570-714-9846
Nanticoke Police Department 15 East Ridge Street Nanticoke PA 18634 570-735-4000
Newport Twp Fire Department 1002 Center Street Nanticoke PA 18634 570-735-2000
A police department is a law enforcement branch of local government which provides security and crime control in the community. State and local police departments hire, train and manage police officers who are responsible for responding to reports of crimes and public emergencies including natural disasters. A police department is usually organized with a police chief as the leading official, and includes police officers, detectives, and sometimes also serves as jail guards in small communities.
In order to perform their jobs safely and effectively, the members of a police department are required to complete initial and ongoing training, including firearms safety, conflict management, and sometimes emergency health care or first response training as well.
In the case of an emergency call 9-1-1 immediately.