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Stuart J. Woods Building
229 California Road, Quakertown, PA 18951
Office Hours: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Office Phone: 215-536-9500
Non-Emergency: 215-795-2931

RTPD Department Information

Chief Richard J. Ficco, Sr.
Sergeant Mike Kisthardt
Detective Sergeant Raymond Aleman
Officer John Burke
Officer Matt Mergen
Officer Matt Lawhead
Officer Ryan Naugle
Officer Tom Murphy
Officer Ron Rosenberg
Officer Brian Hendrzak
Officer Jim Hohenwarter
Officer Zachary Herb
Officer Michael Colahan
Officer Patrick Kitchenman
Rosemary Wheatley, Administrative Assistant
Nancy Benfield, Receptionist

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Please Note:
Richland Township is presently providing police services for a portion of the day and week.
If you have a Police, Medical or Fire Emergency, dial 911.
Please call the OFFICE number (215-536-9500) during business hours (8:30 am until 5:00 pm) and you will be able to receive police assistance from our staff.
For non-emergency police service, phone the Bucks County Radio Room (215-795-2931) directly, or call the police office number (215-536-9500) and you will be given the option to be connected with the Bucks County Radio Room.
For hours not covered by Richland Township PD, calls for service will be directed to the Pennsylvania State Police. As the PSP covers a large area, they are not always able to answer non-emergency calls for service; therefore, these calls will be referred to Richland Township PD the following day.
RTPD Information Links
PA Commission on Crime and Delinquency Office of Homeland Security Network of Victim Assistance in Bucks County (NOVA)
PA Game Commission Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
justCommunity, Inc. ID Theft - Theft Affidavit Guide for Child Identification Kits
The Anna Packer Project - our goal is to reduce bullying incidents Megans Law Website Project Child-Safe - provides free safety kit for
safe and responsible firearm storage
PennDOT Point System Fact Sheet    
RTPD Documents (in PDF format)
Victim's Report of Lost or Stolen Property Progress of a Criminal Case News Release
Questions and Answers about Testifying Suggestions for Testifying How to Ruin Your Child
Transient Merchant Regulations (Ordinance 242) Transient Merchant Application Keep Kids Safe
Legal Research
PA Vehicle Code (Title 75) PA Crimes Code (Title 18) The Pennsylvania Bulletin
The Pennsylvania Code Law.com Dictionary  


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