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FAQ Topic: Police
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For police-related non-emergencies, you can call the non-emergency 911 number (County Control) at 717-854-5571, or call the Police Administrator during business hours, at 717-434-1310 extension 1325.
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To pay traffic citations, non-traffic citations for a “minor” criminal offense and violations of statues and local ordinances, you must contact the local District Magistrate’s office. For Hellam Township, please contact Magisterial Judge Eckenrode’s office at 717-266-6891 or visit DISTRICT COURT 19-3-11.
Hellam Township does not have parking permit regulations, or issue parking permits of any kind.
To obtain a copy of a police report, or to check the status of a pending police report, contact the Police Administrator at 717-434-1310, extension 1325. The cost of reports, due at pick-up, is $15 per report.
To file a police report, please contact the Hellam Township Police Department at 717-434-1310. If you have a life threatening emergency, dial 9-1-1 for assistance.
For any ordinance related questions, please search our ordinance database, by clicking the link below. If you still have questions, call the Township at 717-434-1300. Hellam Township Ordinances
To dispute a traffic ticket, you must contact the local District Magistrate’s office. For Hellam Township, please contact 19-3-11 Magisterial Judge Eckenrode’s office at 717-266-6891 or visit DISTRICT COURT 19-3-11