A farewell letter from the mind of our very own retiring LCPD police horse Charlie.
LEMONADE IN THE SHADE
The Lancaster Police Foundation recently purchased six new dog snares. Two will be assigned to the Animal Enforcement Officer, one assigned to the Selective Enforcement Unit and three to the Patrol Division. The snares are used to control potentially aggressive animals in order to guide them to another location or...
The Lancaster Police Foundation recently purchased (5) five new LifePak 1000 Automatic External Defibrillators (AED). The AED's are carried in patrol vehicles and used on victims suffering from cardiac arrest. AED's have been credited with saving lives not only in Lancaster City, but throughout the nation.
The Lancaster Police Foundation recently received $12,500 from the Santa Stumble committee.
Click on the merchandise tab to view and purchase Mounted and K-9 Unit merchandise. All sales benefit both units and is used for the care, feeding and maintenance of our police animals.
On Saturday, December 13th, 2014, the downtown area was filled with Santa Stumblers. This is the 5th year for the pub crawl event organized by the social media group People of Lancaster. For the past five years the Santa Stumble has benefitted the Lancaster City Police Mounted and K-9 units.
The Lancaster City Police Foundation, which supports the Lancaster City Police with training and equipment needs, is one of the many organizations benefitting from this years Extraordinary Give Event. The Foundation also supports the department by funding the K-9 and Mounted Units. Donations can be made online at www.extragive.org.
Here is how we invest your money to help keep Lancaster safe for everyone Expenditures From December 31, 2004 through March 31, 2014: Website $11,840.00 Gift certificates $ 2,325.00 Computers/Camcorders/Laptops $84,838.00 Training courses $74,523.00 Tracker system $4,850.00 Ballistic shields $11,400.00 Brochures $895.00 Intoximeters $1,000.00 Watch guard recorders $58,720.00 Bite suit...