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        Mission Statement
        The mission of the Spring Garden Township Police Department is to enhance the quality of life of all people
        by working in partnership with the community to protect life and property through the delivery of
        professional law enforcement services while maintaining the highest level of integrity and assuring individual
        constitutional rights.
        Lets’ Send a Strong Message to the Criminal Element
        Do you own a surveillance camera that records footage such as from home
        camera systems like Blink, Arlo, and Ring?
        When a crime takes place in a public area, we often spend a lot of time
        going door to door to see if residents / business owners have security
        cameras and asking them if they would allow us to review the footage. With
        the Camera Registration Program, we are able to save time by reaching out to
        our residents / business owners that we already know have cameras and are willing to
        help-potentially aiding in the apprehension of the suspect(s) responsible for the crime
        being investigated. Participation in the Program is completely voluntary.
        The process for registering your camera is simple and takes only a few minutes. You will be asked to provide
        basic information regarding your camera. The registration form can be found by going to the Spring Garden
        Township Police Department’s website at Once on the website, go to the “Forms Tab” and
        then to the “Camera Registration Form”.

        Turn your camera into a crime-fighting tool and let us send a strong message to the criminal element that
        the Spring Garden Community and Police Department are working together as a team to keep our
        community safe.

        Welcome Officer Samantha Cumor!
        Spring Garden Township is happy to announce the
        newest addition to the Police Department.
        Samantha J. Cumor was sworn-in by Magisterial
        District Justice Jennifer Clancy on Tuesday,
        September 7, 2021.
        Officer Cumor is a graduate of Spring Grove Area
        High School and York College of Pennsylvania. She
        is currently serving in the US Army Reserves,
        assigned to the 443rd Military Police Company out
        of Owings Mill, Maryland.
        Prior to accepting a position with Spring Garden
        Township, Officer Cumor was employed as a Deputy
        Sheriff with the York County Sheriff’s Office.
                                                              Pictured are Officer Cumor and Magisterial District Justice Jennifer
                                                              Clancy holding the Oath of Office.
           Metropolitan York Police Testing Consortium:  If you are looking for a career in law enforcement, you are
           invited to explore job opportunities through the Metropolitan York Police Testing Consortium at www.
  Applications will be accepted till January 3, 2022. You may also call 717.843.0851 for
           more information.

        The majority of Spring Garden Township reported thefts are from unlocked vehicles.
        We encourage our residents to remove valuables from your vehicles and ensure that
        windows are closed, and the doors are locked when the vehicle is parked.

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