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Liberty Township Police Department

Liberty Township Police Department

About Us

The mission of the Liberty Township Police Department (LTPD) to serve and protect our community. Our mission can be achieved only with the support of our citizens, and we strive to work cooperatively with all citizens to enhance the quality of life within our community.

The LTPD is staffed by five officers who serve Liberty Township in Adams County, Pennsylvania. Liberty Township, approximately 16.62 square miles in size, has about 1,392 residents according to the 2020 census. When the LTPD is not on duty or on call, Liberty Township is covered by the Pennsylvania State Police.

The LTPD currently operates from the Liberty Township Municipal Building located at 39 Topper Road in Fairfield, Pennsylvania.  

For Emergencies, Dial 9-1-1

An emergency is an incident that requires an immediate police response. If the emergency is in progress or just occurred, call 9-1-1. This will help you get the best information to the officer and ensure a faster response. Do not hesitate to call 9-1-1 if you have an emergency.

For non-emergency situations where you would like to speak with an on-duty officer, call (717) 334-8101. This number will connect you with the Adams County Department of Emergency Services.

If you do not require immediate assistance, call our office at (717) 642-6103. 

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Department Officers

Chief Don Boehs (Adams 32)

Lieutenant Jim French (Adams 32-1) 

Officer Cory Ammerman (Adams 32-2)

Officer Brian Weikert (Adams 32-3)