For Emergencies dial 911!
Police Department Info
1183 Old Route 115
Dallas, Pennsylvania 18612
Non-Emergency Phone: 570-675-1483
Dial 911 for Emergencies!
General Police Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
When should I call 911?
Lehman Township Police are available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. It is important to know when you should call the public police number or 9-1-1!
When you need help or need to report something, consider it an emergency. If you need to report a crime, suspicious vehicles or activity, car crash, an injured person or animal, someone in harm’s way, or something you have witnessed, call 9-1-1. Don’t wait! Give police the opportunity to apprehend the suspect, gather evidence now, and help when time is critical.
9-1-1 is the number to call to reach a police officer. The Luzerne County Emergency Communications Center will dispatch an officer to you. Information that needs to get to police will be delayed if you send and email, message to department through Facebook, or if you call the Police Department office and leave a message, as we DO NOT staff a desk officer. In an emergency NEVER use email, Facebook or leave phone messages. When in doubt about what qualifies as an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
If you are certain that you have a non-emergency and need non-immediate information, please call 570-675-1483 or email email@example.com. Calling this number will connect you to an answering machine in our office and will be answered when an officer is available. Remember, all emergency calls MUST go through Luzerne County 9-1-1 dispatch.
Requesting Police Reports
Crash Reports are available online, for a fee, at this website. You must have the accident date and police report number.
If your report is not available at the site (usually available 5-7 business days after incident), please contact the station.
Additional Police Reports are $15.00 and are available by contacting the department. You must complete the proper forms and reports can only be released after proper authorization.
Chief Mark Liparela
Officer Harold Cain
Officer Ken Kugler
Officer Merrit Nash
Officer Donald Hornlein
Officer Charles Musial
Officer Tyler Wilson
Officer Anthony Kowalczyk
Officer Robert Rogers
Officer Michael Fuller