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FAQ Topic: Police

How do I file a right-to-know request?

For more information about filing a right-to-know request with Hellam Township, click the link below: Hellam Township: Filing a Right-To-Know Request

How do I know if there is a burn ban?

Whenever a burn ban is enacted, it is posted on our website homepage, sent out on our notifications app “Savvy Citizen”, posted on our social media accounts, as well as reported to the York County Department of Emergency Services. If a County Wide ban is in effect, we will relay the message on the avenues … Continued

Who do I call for police-related non-emergencies?

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.

Where do I report for jury duty?

To determine where you need to report for jury duty, please visit the following website York County: Juror Response Information

How do I pay a citation?

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.

How do I get a copy of a police report?

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.

How do I file a police 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.

What are the Township’s dog ordinances?

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

How do I dispute a traffic ticket?

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

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