The Council of Bucks County was present at our September 10th meeting to recognize & thank the Bucks County Police Chiefs for their ongoing support in the collection of unwanted drugs during Drug Take Back events & at permanent drug collection boxes located at police departments throughout Bucks County.
The Bucks County Police Chiefs will be hosting their Golf Outing on Wednesday, October 16, 2019, rain or shine, again at the beautiful Bensalem Township Country Club. Proceeds from the outing will support the variety of training programs offered to our members and officers each year by the Police Chief’s Association. We would be honored if you would support this fund raising effort by becoming a sponsor. Please see the Sponsorship Opportunities flyer for all of the exciting exclusive and non-exclusive sponsorships available.
The Bucks County Police Chief’s Association is proud of their continuing efforts to offer quality programs so important to the safety and career growth of our members and officers. As we look forward to a great day of golf on October 16th, we hope that we can count on your support of our fine men and women in blue.
If you wish to support the Association’s efforts, please make your check payable to Police Chief’s Association of Bucks County and forward to:
Director Fred Harran
c/o Bensalem Township Police
2400 Byberry Road
Bensalem, PA 19020
If you have questions feel free to contact Frederick A Harran, this year’s Golf Outing Chairman, at (215) 633-3710 or [email protected]
A memorial wreath and flag sit in the front of the sanctuary following a police memorial service held at St. Andrew Catholic Church in Newtown on Monday, May 20, 2019. [MICHELE HADDON / PHOTOJOURNALIST]
“Law enforcement officers from across Bucks County gathered at St. Andrew Catholic Church in Newtown Township to pay tribute to fallen officers during an annual ceremony. The service began with a moment of silence in honor of state Trooper Donald C. Brackett. The Bensalem resident died after a medical episode while on duty Saturday.”
– Excepted from story in The Intelligencer
Memorial hats, representing law enforcement officers from Bucks County who died while on duty, sit in the front of the sanctuary following a police memorial service held at St. Andrew Catholic Church in Newtown on Monday, May 20, 2019. [MICHELE HADDON / PHOTOJOURNALIST]
Newtown Township officer Jules Ferraro carries a flag during a police memorial service held at St. Andrew Catholic Church in Newtown on Monday, May 21, 2019. [MICHELE HADDON / PHOTOJOURNALIST]
The Bucks County Police Chiefs Association took a trip to Washington DC on April 30th to visit the new National Law Enforcement Museum and pay respects at the National Law Enforcement Memorial.
The National Law Enforcement Museum is dedicated to telling the story of American law enforcement by providing visitors a “walk in the shoes” experience. The Museum is working to expand and enrich the relationship shared by law enforcement and the community through educational journeys, immersive exhibitions, and insightful programs.
– National Law Enforcement Museum Website