Author: Skyler Sterner

April 2019

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE

CALLS FOR SERVICE – TRAFFIC – ARRESTS

                                                 April, 2019

 

CALLS FOR SERVICE:

 

North Codorus                                                                                                             152

Heidelberg                                                                                                                      66

Manheim                                                                                                                        44

Spring Grove                                                                                                                  83

Outside Jurisdictions                                                                                                         2

Total Calls for Service:                                                                                             347

 

 

OUTSIDE JURISDICTION DETAIL:

 

West Manchester Township                                                                                              1

Northern Regional                                                                                                            1

 

TRAFFIC  ENFORCEMENT:

 

North Codorus

Tickets                                                                                                                           16

Written Warnings                                                                                                            22

 

Heidelberg

Tickets                                                                                                                           12

Written Warnings                                                                                                            10

 

Manheim

Tickets                                                                                                                           36

Written Warnings                                                                                                           16

Spring Grove

Tickets                                                                                                                          17

Written Warnings                                                                                                              5

 

ARREST CHARGES:

 

North Codorus                                                                                           8 (4 Offenders)

Heidelberg                                                                                                  4 (3 Offenders)

Manheim                                                                                                     5 (3 Offenders)

Spring Grove                                                                                          18 (13 Offenders)

 

 


 

ARREST CHARGES DETAIL:

 

North Codorus – (2) Theft; (2) Receiving Stolen Property; (2) DUI; (1) Possession/ Paraphernalia; (1) Defiant Trespassing

 

Heidelberg – (1) Simple Assault; (1) Public Drunkenness; (1) Defiant Trespassing; (1) Harassment

 

Manheim – (1) Theft; (1) Receiving Stolen Property; (1) DUI; (1)Possession/Drugs; (1) Possession/Paraphernalia;

 

Spring Grove – (1) Strangulation; (2) Simple Assault; (1) Criminal Mischief; (6) Disorderly Conduct; (2) Harassment; (4) Possession w/Intent to Deliver; (2) Possession/ Paraphernalia

 

TIME COUNTING (as of 03/29/2019): 

 

Hours Since 1/1/2005:

 

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus             181,539.91             181,536.79                -0.0017% (Under 3.12 Hrs)

Heidelberg                      68,521.16               68,584.81               +0.09% (Over 63.65 Hrs)

Manheim                        62,939.61               62,942.42              +0.0004% (Over 2.81 Hrs)

Spring Grove                  61,042.58               60,979.23              -0.10% (Under 63.35 Hrs)

 

2019 Hours:

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus                  3,294.51                3,249.48            -1.367% (Under 45.02 Hrs)

Heidelberg                         1,248.16                 1,232.54            -1.252% (Under 15.62 Hrs)

Manheim                           1.109.57                 1,183.36            +6.650% (Over 73.79 Hrs)

Spring Grove                     1,150.02                 1,136.87             -1.143% (Under 13.14 Hrs)

 

Patrol Time YTD          Investigative Time YTD

 

North Codorus             64.9490%                    35.0510%

Heidelberg                    67.6167%                    32.3833%

Manheim                      66.3697%                    33.6303%

Spring Grove                54.7971%                    45.2029%

 

Patrol Time ’09-‘19      Investigative Time ’09-‘19

 

North Codorus             59.5723%                    40.4277%

Heidelberg                    60.0663%                    39.9337%

Manheim                      59.3613%                    40.6387%

Spring Grove                51.0810%                    48.9190%

 

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March 2019

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE

CALLS FOR SERVICE – TRAFFIC – ARRESTS

                                                March, 2019

 

CALLS FOR SERVICE:

 

North Codorus                                                                                                             143

Heidelberg                                                                                                                      77

Manheim                                                                                                                        36

Spring Grove                                                                                                                  77

Outside Jurisdictions                                                                                                         6

Total Calls for Service:                                                                                             339

 

 

OUTSIDE JURISDICTION DETAIL:

 

West Manheim Township                                                                                                 2

Penn Township                                                                                                                 1

PA State Police                                                                                                                3

 

TRAFFIC  ENFORCEMENT:

 

North Codorus

Tickets                                                                                                                           19

Written Warnings                                                                                                            40

 

Heidelberg

Tickets                                                                                                                           25

Written Warnings                                                                                                            12

 

Manheim

Tickets                                                                                                                           20

Written Warnings                                                                                                           22

Spring Grove

Tickets                                                                                                                          11

Written Warnings                                                                                                              5

 

ARREST CHARGES:

 

North Codorus                                                                                       16 (10 Offenders)

Heidelberg                                                                                                  9 (4 Offenders)

Manheim                                                                                                   12 (3 Offenders)

Spring Grove                                                                                              4 (3 Offenders)

 

 


 

ARREST CHARGES DETAIL:

 

North Codorus – (1) Terroristic Threats; (3) Simple Assault; (3) Trespassing; (1) DUI; (1) Underage Drinking; (7) Harassment

 

Heidelberg – (1) Terroristic Threats; (1) Theft; (1) Criminal Trespassing; (1) Possession/ Drugs; (1) Possession Paraphernalia; (1) Harassment; (1) Disorderly Conduct; (1) Loitering & Prowling; (1) Confinement of Dogs

 

Manheim – (1) Aggravated Assault with Motor Vehicle while DUI; (1) Endangering the Welfare of Child; (1) Reckless Endangerment; (1) Corruption of Minors; (1) DUI; (1) Theft; (1) Receiving Stolen Property; (1) Possession/Drugs; (1) Possession/Paraphernalia; (1) Leaving the Scene of an Accident; (1) Failure to Render Aid; (1) Failure to Report Accident

 

Spring Grove – (1) Possession/Drugs; (1) Possession/Paraphernalia; (1) Access Device Fraud; (1) Receiving Stolen Property

 

TIME COUNTING (as of 03/29/2019): 

 

Hours Since 1/1/2005:

 

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus             181,539.91             181,536.79                -0.0017% (Under 3.12 Hrs)

Heidelberg                      68,521.16               68,584.81               +0.09% (Over 63.65 Hrs)

Manheim                        62,939.61               62,942.42              +0.0004% (Over 2.81 Hrs)

Spring Grove                  61,042.58               60,979.23              -0.10% (Under 63.35 Hrs)

 

2019 Hours:

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus                  3,294.51                3,249.48            -1.367% (Under 45.02 Hrs)

Heidelberg                         1,248.16                 1,232.54            -1.252% (Under 15.62 Hrs)

Manheim                           1.109.57                 1,183.36            +6.650% (Over 73.79 Hrs)

Spring Grove                     1,150.02                 1,136.87             -1.143% (Under 13.14 Hrs)

 

Patrol Time YTD          Investigative Time YTD

 

North Codorus             64.9490%                    35.0510%

Heidelberg                    67.6167%                    32.3833%

Manheim                      66.3697%                    33.6303%

Spring Grove                54.7971%                    45.2029%

 

Patrol Time ’09-‘19      Investigative Time ’09-‘19

 

North Codorus             59.5723%                    40.4277%

Heidelberg                    60.0663%                    39.9337%

Manheim                      59.3613%                    40.6387%

Spring Grove                51.0810%                    48.9190%

 

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April 2019 Minutes (Special Meeting)

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE BOARD

Special Meeting

April 23, 2019 – 6:00 PM

 

Meeting called to order by Chairman M. Bollinger at 6:00 pm.  The following were in attendance:

  1. Shearer, R. Lint – North Codorus Twp. (NCT)
  2. Bollinger (Chairman), D. Schmidt – Heidelberg Twp. (HT)
  3. Miller (Vice-Chairman), S. Stambaugh (Secretary) – Manheim Twp. (MT)
  4. Hilt, R. Whyland – Spring Grove Borough (SGB)
  5. Nickell – Police Administrator
  6. Tilley – Solicitor

 

  1. Bollinger announced the Executive Session will be conducted at the end of the meeting.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT:  W. LeFever (NCT resident) stated she was travelling on Sunnyside Road in NCT today where the speed limit is 25 mph.  She was traveling about 27-29 mph when a pickup truck recklessly passed her on a solid line, yanked back into her lane to avoid hitting an oncoming car and almost lost control.  Right behind the car he almost hit was a motorcyclist without a helmet.  This really shook her up.  She caught up to him at a stop sign and wrote down his license plate number.  Can a resident perform a citizen’s arrest in these instances?  If NCT loses this police department, the residents may have to help in the policing of their Township.  M. Bollinger advised she should call the police department and speak with an officer; they can file a citation on the driver.

 

  1. Knouse (SWRPD retired officer) asked if NCT separates from the department, and then MT follows and the remaining two (2) municipalities cannot maintain the police department, what are the provisions for the pension plan? M. Bollinger stated this is a question for our solicitor, but he believes all four (4) municipalities are still under a legal obligation to provide the pension, regardless. W. Tilley stated he didn’t know if it is an obligation of the municipalities.  A private pension has an insurance similar to a bank’s FDIC insurance; he is not sure if municipal pensions have this insurance because he does not do pension work.  He thinks there is some type of protection for people in this position.  If the police department ceases to exist it will affect its assets but he doesn’t think it will affect the payments officers receive from the pension.  J. Knouse stated his greatest concern is, if there isn’t a department who is going to manage their pension?  W. Tilley stated that issue would be addressed if the police department dissolves.  J. Knouse requested the Board consider these issues moving forward.

 

  1. Bogue (428 El Vista Dr., Hanover) asked how much money is needed to save the department. M. Bollinger stated he does not know, NCT requested this meeting to come to the drawing board to listen and see what we need to fix it. We need to see what NCT has to say tonight.

 

  1. Snyder (6167 E. Hill Top Dr., Spring Grove) stated he has been led to believe by someone who is well connected politically that this is not about money; NCT Supervisors want Northern Regional as their police department. He sees this as “the elephant in the room”, if that’s true. M. Bollinger replied that there have been many theories going around.  NCT has received some pricing, according to the newspaper, from two (2) different agencies, and has revealed that pricing.  He is hopeful that they can begin to resolve things tonight.  C. Snyder stated he is under the impression that this is all about personalities, and if that’s true it’s disgusting.  M. Bollinger stated there are many aspects to the situation and we are here to see what NCT has to say.

 

  1. Ziegler (NCT resident) stated that at the last Police Board meeting R. Shearer stated he had two (2) pages of comments/reasons NCT was withdrawing from the department. He did not read them due to time constraints and stated he would share them at the next NCT Board meeting. L. Miller had told R. Shearer it was his decision of whether he wanted to read the list at the NCT meeting or the Police Board meeting.  Last week a lot of people at the NCT meeting were expecting to hear what the reasons were, and when questioned R. Shearer stated the Southwestern Regional Police Department did not want him to share the list with the public.  Is that true – did the Police Board take that position?    M. Bollinger replied that the decision was left up to R. Shearer.  Chief Bean had requested R. Shearer read it during the Police Board meeting so he could respond, but it was Mr. Shearer’s decision of how and where he wanted to share it.  It was not discussed in Executive Session.

 

  1. Bogue (428 El Vista Dr., Hanover) asked if the Police Board has tried to get donations from Utz or Hanover Foods to replace the revenue from NCT. Would this police department continue to provide service to NCT? M. Bollinger stated yes, if they decide to stay with the department.

 

  1. Ambrosius (MT resident) stated she thinks they need a better quality of policing, better personnel. It’s time people really look into this matter.

 

RESIGNATION OF CHIEF BEAN – M. Bollinger reported that Chief Bean turned in his resignation last week.  L. Miller asked W. Tilley if this should be discussed in Public or Executive Session.  He replied that discussion of the resignation itself is usually done in Executive Session, but a motion to accept the resignation should be done in Public Session.  R. Whyland stated this should be tabled until after Executive Session.

 

NCT INTENT TO WITHDRAW –  R. Shearer reported that the Negotiating Committee met with the President of the Police Officers’ Association and their attorney last night to discuss a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).  He was a little disappointed that the MOU is only in effect until the end of 2019.  That means the budget proposed in 2020 doesn’t have a chance to survive.  That is not favorable at all and doesn’t give them any movement.  In a previous Police Board meeting W. Tilley had made a comment in response to a question from W. LeFever that the Police Board could sell NCT police services (contract services).  This is what the Police Board had attempted to do with Codorus Township and some other municipalities.  Is this something the Police Board would consider?   M. Bollinger replied that he can’t speak for the entire Board, but he thinks it’s worth discussing.  R. Shearer stated that a proposal had been put together for other municipalities at $75 an hour and NCT would be very interested in looking at something like that.  The only thing that would have to be worked out is NCT’s interest in the building.  The Board had the following comments/questions:

  • Stambaugh – what timeframe are they looking at?
  • Miller – MT has been asking since September what the police department would look like without NCT, and have yet to receive an answer.
  • Bollinger stated that the Sergeants and the Chief have been working on that budget, and he thinks they just completed it. As far as he is aware, there was no increase to the remaining three (3) Municipalities at the 2020 rate.
  • Miller asked for clarification – does he mean the 2020 budget with eleven (11) officers, or the original budget with fourteen (14)? M. Bollinger replied it is with eight (8) officers but there would have to be four (4) part time officers.
  • Miller stated he has heard that HT and SGB are committed to saving the police department no matter what – is that true? M. Bollinger stated absolutely, both Municipalities were willing to give their savings in the proposed 2020 budget to NCT and MT in order to keep the department together.
  • Miller stated that if they can’t give NCT or MT the answers they need, why not contract services? Contract 190 hours a week to NCT and 65 hours a week to MT at $75-$80 an hour.  HT and SGB know how much they can spend in their budget; from there they can build the police department into whatever they want.
  • Shearer stated that would be something fast, you wouldn’t have to negotiate a contract, and he thinks it should be something very simple. In order for NCT to stay, the 2020 budget needs further reductions and in order to do that you need to change the CBA and there are things in the Articles of Agreement they would want changed, i.e. the municipality’s voting power would be equal to the amount contributed to the budget.  The Articles of Agreement need some changes; they are so complex three (3) attorneys can’t figure them out.
  • Northern Regional’s proposal to NCT is for contracted services. They can attend the Police Board meetings and give their input but they cannot vote.  If they contracted services here it would be the same.
  • Bollinger stated he is open to discussing contracting services, S. Stambaugh agreed. M. Bollinger said he has not seen the budget with three (3) municipalities; he was given some rough numbers.  In an effort to avoid confusion with multiple versions of the budget being circulated, it has not been shared as it was very rough and preliminary.
  • Tilley needs to explain the legal aspect of two (2) municipalities wanting to contract services. What would the exit fees be?  L. Miller stated the Articles of Agreement would have to be changed, creating a new exit strategy.  They need changed anyway; the way they are written now they are not favorable for any new Municipality to join the department.
  • Shearer stated he was not involved in composing the proposal to the other municipalities (i.e. Codorus Township), but he heard it was a three-year contract and a two-year notice if they wanted to leave. M. Bollinger stated there would have been a 10% buy-in of the total worth of the department, and the Member Municipalities would have gotten a credit in accordance with the percentage they paid of the budget.  He agreed with L. Miller – the way the Articles of Agreement are written is prohibitive to others wanting to join the department.  It may be better to charge a flat fee to buy-in with no rights to the assets of the department.
  • Schmidt asked what the difference is between being a full-fledged member with voting rights versus just buying police service? M. Bollinger answered the benefit of being a full-fledged member is you have voting rights, if you contract you are taking the politics out of it.  He replied that contracting services to other municipalities makes sense to him.
  • Hilt stated the main purpose of the MOU with the Police Association is the enable the department to use part time officers to get them through this period of being short-staffed until 2020. R. Shearer thought they were also trying to get changes to the CBA in order to implement the proposed 2020 budget with all four (4) of the municipalities.  B. Hilt replied the MOU was so they can make immediate, temporary changes to get through 2019.   M. Bollinger added that changing the contract is a three (3) to four (4) month process; a MOU is a quick way to make temporary changes as needed.  He would think the hang-up the officers might have is they want some reassurance that they don’t go to the time, effort and expense of changing the contract and then NCT and perhaps MT withdraw.  B. Hilt added that the MOU buys them some time, it doesn’t mean the contract can’t be opened at a later time; it gives us what we need to keep the department operational.
  • Tilley stated that he hears R. Shearer saying what L. Miller was – we need to get to an end-game. R. Shearer agreed, stating we are seven (7) to eight (8) months into this and they don’t have anything.
  • Tilley stated that the issue the Board is facing is there are so many moving parts, you can’t make any final decisions until you know what the outcome is going to look like for NCT and MT, and the Police Association can’t either. He has been involved in negotiations like this before, where everyone has to move and take a position so the other parties know how to react.  For example, NCT says they are interested in contracting for 190 hours/week for service and then the next step is to find out what the costs look like.   Then the Board can put together a proposal; if it looks acceptable to NCT you go into the assumptions, i.e., we can do this if the Police Association does certain things.   You keep moving forward in pieces.  R. Shearer replied, everyone needs to understand the first piece didn’t move for four (4) months.  S. Stambaugh asked how long the other departments are asking for to prepare to provide service to NCT?  R. Shearer replied three (3) months.
  • How many hours does NCT want? After some discussion it was decided 170 hours a week, as this is what the proposals from other departments are for.
  • Miller pointed out that if the MOU is in effect until the end of the year, the Negotiating Committee needs to start negotiating the changes needed in 2020 now.
  • Bollinger asked what kind of term is NCT looking for? R. Shearer stated they want the same thing that was offered to Codorus Township, and he wants to see the proposal they had.  R. Whyland stated that $75 an hour is not a realistic number, it’s closer to $85 an hour.  He cannot give a precise figure tonight.
  • Miller stated that four (4) municipalities are having trouble figuring out how to keep the department together – contract to two (2) of them and the remaining two (2) should be able to figure it out.
  • How many hours does MT receive now? 84-85 a week, they are proposing to contract at 60.
  • Hilt commented that the officers would have to agree to the changes needed in the CBA in order to contract services to NCT and MT. L. Miller agreed, and that is why you need to start negotiation the CBA now.  B. Hilt replied that it only makes sense to start negotiating if NCT is going to stay in some capacity.  M. Bollinger understands the point of starting the negotiations because we are headed down that road anyway.
  • Schmidt commented that things shift with every new piece of information; he can understand why this is taking a fair amount of time.
  • Bollinger stated this is a bend in the road he can follow; he has been given something definitive that he can work on (not him, the staff).
  • Whyland stated that if he is given the task of working a budget without NCT he can do that, but nobody has told him to do that. D. Schmidt asked would you need a budget with three (3) municipalities or two (2) plus contracting services?  M. Bollinger stated he thinks that is the way to go, L. Miller confirmed.
  • Whyland pointed out they already worked out a budget with all four (4) municipalities that reduced the number of officers, the hours of service, and the cost, but it was not acceptable.
  • Bollinger stated that if NCT and MT stay with the department, but as contracted municipalities; we are already at a place in personnel where it is financially feasible with part time officers on board. D. Schmidt asked for clarification – is that with the eleven (11) officer budget or the (8) eight officer budget?   He replied the budget with HT, MT and SGB – but that wouldn’t be a consideration if we contract services to NCT and MT.
  • After continued discussion, it was summarized that in order to start contracting services, the Board will need to:
    • Figure out how many full time and part time officers would be needed.
    • Calculate an hourly rate.
    • Re-write the Articles of Agreement.
    • HT and SGB will have to decide how many hours of service they want, and then they can build the budget to include the contracted hours to NCT and MT.
  • Whyland asked if the Articles of Agreement are changed, would it be retroactive? The four (4) Municipal Members are obligated to the current Articles of Agreement.  W. Tilley stated that the only retroactivity he would see would be waiving the requirement for the one (1) year notice for MT.  R. Whyland responded that MT hasn’t even discussed leaving.  W. Tilley pointed out that if you are discussing contracting services, you are discussing changing the relationship.   He stated that it would be a forward-moving agreement; it would take effect January 1, 2020.
  • Miller stated that it would be an easier way to make everything work. Since the building is part of the Articles of Agreement, maybe they will just leave their share in it.  W. Tilley stated that the building is a separate agreement, not part of the Articles of Agreement.  The municipalities would have to look at the Building Agreement and amend it (or not).  The police department is not a part of that agreement, so the Police Board would not have any role in that discussion unless the four (4) municipalities want them to.
  • Bollinger asked if it would be acceptable if they were to amend the Building Agreement that if the exiting fees are waived for NCT and MT in the Articles of Agreement they would give up their interest in the building. R. Shearer responded that first a proposal for contracting services needs to be submitted, then you can negotiate off of that.  If the building appraisal shows NCT’s share to be between $500,000 – $800,000 they would have to negotiate that. They would have to claim some interest if the department were to dissolve and the building is sold.  They would have to discuss this in detail with their solicitor.
  • There was additional discussion regarding the amount of the penalty for NCT, i.e. $1,000,000 vs. a cost analysis hasn’t been done yet to get a precise number.
  • Tilley pointed out it is the fiduciary responsibility of any municipality and Police Board member to know what the penalty is if it is being waived – it needs to be defined. So far all we have had to work with is an estimate; it would be helpful if NCT shared their calculations.
  • Miller stated that if the exit fee is going away, it doesn’t need to be calculated.
  • Shearer responded that they are trying to make this easy and work this out – why talk about exit fees? L. Miller agreed, why talk about exit fees when they are trying to repair  the department and nobody is leaving?
  • Bollinger stated he was asking for it because it needs to be used as a lever against the value of the building. But if the Board wants to contract services, then we need to move forward with a proposal.
  • Schmidt asked who would draft this proposal, what is the time table? The Budget Committee (elected officials, L. Miller, B. Hilt, R. Shearer, M. Bollinger) would be tasked with drafting the proposal, and it needs to be done asap.
  • What about the changes needed to the Articles of Agreement for a new exit strategy?
    • Tilley stated they would be minimal, and could be accomplished with an Amendment.
    • If the remaining two (2) municipalities want to change the Articles, i.e. requirements of new municipal members, they can do that later.
    • Have the Budget Committee come up with the proposal to contract services, share it with everyone, and once it is agreed upon have the attorneys draw up a legal contract.
  • Hilt stated that if it would save the department SGB would be open to discussing contracting services; M. Bollinger stated HT would probably follow suit.
  • Whyland stated we cannot offer contracting services to a Municipality in order for them to get out of an exit fee. We need a commitment from them.  S. Stambaugh stated you would have to put a term on the contract plus the interest in the building.
  • Tilley stated that since there is already a contract template from Codorus Township, all the Budget Committee needs to do is a cost analysis based on the number of hours (170 for NCT; 65 for MT) and have someone familiar with the scheduling figure out how many officers it would take.
  • Whyland said that is what he and B. Hilt just did to calculate the 2020 budget with the 25% savings. NCT was down to 185 hours, MT 72 hours.

 

Motion by L. Miller, second by S. Stambaugh authorizing the Budget Committee to work on a proposal for contracting services for Manheim Township and North Codorus Township.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

REQUEST FROM BENECON – V. Nickell reported that Jonathan Ebersole, our representative from our health insurance co-op (Benecon), has requested an opportunity to come to the next Board meeting and give a presentation  explaining what happens when we exit out of our contract with them.  He is also working on a proposal that matches the same benefits we received in the quote from Glatfelter Insurance.  The Board directed her to go ahead and have him come to the next Board meeting.

 

BANK ACCOUNT SIGNATURE REGULATIONS – V. Nickell reported that Peoples Bank has a new process for changing the signatories on the bank accounts.  Due to the resignation of Chief Bean, the Board has to pass a motion taking him off and approving the officer taking over his duties.  The motion also needs to approve Scott Stambaugh because as the Board Secretary he is to have the ability to sign checks.  She then has to accompany the new signatories to the bank with a letter stating the Board made the motion to make the change.  The motion will be made after Executive Session, where the Board will discuss who is taking over the Chief’s duties.

 

The Board recessed into Executive Session at 6:57 pm with action to be taken upon reconvening into Public Session.

 

The Board reconvened into Public Session at 7:36 pm.

 

Motion by L. Miller, second by B Hilt to accept Chief Gregory Bean’s offer of resignation effective June 5, 2019.  His last day of work shall be May 15, 2019 and his duties until that time shall be to train Jamie Stalcup to assume the functions of the office of the Chief.  Chief Bean will have no further duties to attend the public meetings of the Police Board or the Municipalities; those functions will be assigned to other department representatives.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Motion by M. Bollinger, second by L. Miller to remove Chief Gregory Bean as a signatory from the Peoples bank accounts and to add Sergeant Jamie Stalcup and Board Secretary Scot Stambaugh.  This is to be accomplished as quickly as possible.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT – R. Smith (MT resident) asked where we are at now.  M. Bollinger replied the Budget Committee is going to be looking at the Articles of Agreement to make the wording more acceptable for Municipalities to contract services and make the department more attractive to bring in additional Municipal Members.  The Personnel Committee is going to start looking at some budget numbers as well as conducting incoming and exit interviews.  The Budget Committee is going to start putting together the numbers for contracting services to NCT and MT.  Was a timeframe set up?  MT has already been waiting for six (6) months.  M. Bollinger replied he understands, they are going to move along as quickly as possible.

 

  1. Snyder, HT resident, asked if the Board was going to pass some kind of Resolution of Appreciation for Chief Bean in recognition of all his years of quality service. M. Bollinger stated that this will probably be done at the next Police Board meeting, May 8th.

 

  1. Ziegler (NCT resident) asked for clarification. Is MT withdrawing from the police department? L. Miller said no.  Then why are you talking about contracting services?   L. Miller replied because it would make things easier.  Then MT is thinking about withdrawing?  No, they are just trying to make things clearer and work smoother, and it appears to him it would.

 

  1. LeFever (NCT resident) commended the Board, stating she was very impressed with the respectful and civil manner in which they conducted themselves tonight. She is very encouraged. M. Bollinger added that no matter how it seems they are getting along, they are all professionals, they can get heated with one another sometimes but they all need to have a professional relationship and be able to communicate.

 

  1. Whyland thanked all the residents for attending the meeting and reminded them to keep coming.

 

  1. Rhimeld (NCT resident) stated contracting hours is a new concept to him – how would that work? What happens if a contracting Municipality has a big event, ie. a murder investigation? M. Bollinger replied that the officers would then scale back on the time they spend patrolling that Municipality until they are caught up on their time count.  It is the same thing we do to manage our time now.
  2. Ambrosius (MT resident) stated that the County comes during big events. A crime lab comes in; they had a murder in their area and the County did the work. T. Crawford (NCT) disputed this statement, saying the County comes in to assist only; the local police department does the actual investigation and has to put all the hours in to solve the crime and attend any and all legal proceedings; the County provides minimal assistance.

 

Meeting adjourned 7:45 pm.

 

Submitted by:

 

V. Nickell

Police Administrator

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April 2019 Minutes

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE BOARD

April 10, 2019 – 7:00 PM

 

Meeting called to order by Chairman M. Bollinger at 7:00 pm.  The following were in attendance:

  1. Shearer, R. Lint – North Codorus Twp. (NCT)
  2. Bollinger (Chairman), D. Schmidt – Heidelberg Twp. (HT)
  3. Miller (Vice-Chairman), S. Stambaugh (Secretary) – Manheim Twp. (MT)
  4. Hilt – Spring Grove Borough (SGB)
  5. Bean – Chief of Police
  6. Nickell – Police Administrator
  7. Tilley – Solicitor

 

PUBLIC COMMENT:  B. Keiser (NCT resident) stated that the newspaper asked NCT manager, Sharon Kerchner, the reasons NCT filed the Letter of Intent to Withdraw.  She stated that the department is spending too much money on cars and hiring officers.  Who is responsible for the purchasing of cars and hiring officers?  M. Bollinger replied that the purchase of vehicles is a line item on the police department’s budget and officers are recommended for hire to the Police Board by the Chief of Police.  B. Keiser stated the newspaper article was contradictory; the NCT manager stated one thing and then later in the article it says the Police Board buys the vehicles, not the Township.

 

  1. Rebert (NCT resident) thanked B. Hilt, R. Whyland and V. Nickell for making the effort to calculate a budget for 2020 that resulted in a 25% savings for all the municipalities. He wishes a NCT Board member would have been involved in comprising this budget. Also, two officers have left the department, to include the Sergeant-Detective, and nothing has been mentioned at these meetings.  Sergeant-Detective Lisa Layden left to take a position as Chief of Police in Lancaster County; this should be celebrated.  The Police Board should be congratulating her.  Chief Bean replied that he distributed a press release that was published in the York and Lancaster newspapers, and he is very proud of Sergeant-Detective Layden’s accomplishment.  She competed with over 100 other officers for the position; her achievement of obtaining the position of Chief of Police was very impressive to everyone.  Yesterday was her last day; the department provided her a plaque with her badge and a luncheon.  Her absence from the department has created a large vacuum within the organization.   Sergeant Jamie Stalcup will be assuming her duties.  J. Rebert stated in the past the Police Board recognized those that served on the Board at the meetings.  Chief explained the timing of her leaving did not allow recognition during a Board meeting – she resigned after the last meeting and her last day was yesterday.   R. Shearer stated that her departure from the department was no surprise; she was planning to leave some time this year.  She has been talking about it for two (2) years.   Her leaving had nothing to do with what is going on with NCT.  M. Bollinger stated that they have known for some time that she was aspiring to move higher in her career, coinciding with her education and abilities.   J. Rebert stated that Sergeant Detective Layden’s accomplishment is indicative to the quality of the officers in this department.  There are a lot of people in the audience tonight, and he believes a lot of them don’t even know who she is; the Board should make some kind of presentation/recognition.  Chief Bean stated that the press release went out to all the Board members.

 

  1. LeFever (NCT resident) expressed her appreciation to B. Hilt, R. Whyland and V. Nickell for all the hours put into the 2020 budget project. She thanked all those present for their efforts in keeping the department intact.

 

  1. Muir (MT resident & supervisor) made the following comments:
  • No doubt the department has some quality officers, but as a father & brother, he is not impressed with a lot of them.
  • In the early years, MT did not have any issues with the police department. They complained about the cost, but that was just complaining.
  • Ove the years things have happened that have been glossed over. Between that and some of the things the Chief has said, MT now has issues with the department.
  • Two officers have been charged with assault, one was for domestic abuse; and he did not miss a day without pay. Chief Bean replied that was not true at all.  Muir continued, saying that the fact that this officer still has a job and continues to serve the municipalities as an officer is sickening.
  • One officer shot someone in the leg while he was handcuffed in the back of a car; this officer was in charge of weapons training for the department.
  • There were officers telling non-truths to the point that the Chief apologized at a MT board meeting for what they did.
  • Everything he has said is on the internet; he encouraged everyone to do their homework and google it.
  • One officer cannot qualify with a long gun.

Chief Bean made the following response:

  • Police officers are no different from others; they make mistakes.
  • He investigates any issue that comes up; whether intentional or accidental.
  • An officer was involved in a domestic situation. There was a thorough internal affairs investigation performed by this department; as well as a criminal investigation by the York County District Attorney (DA).  The results of that investigation showed the incident did not rise to the level that would prevent the officer from working.  This was not a decision by the Police Board; it was a legal decision from the DA’s office.  In this case the officer was given a summary offense which is like a ticket; that is the way the DA settled it.  Pennsylvania employment law says that if someone is convicted of a summary offense they can continue to work as a police officer.  This officer lost six (6) months of pay but retained his position.  That was not our decision, it was employment law.  He has done a stellar job since then.
  • Another officer, who by all accounts, including the DA’s investigation, made a mistake and never intended to hurt anybody or use his firearm. In the heat of wrestling with a suspect the officer reached for the wrong weapon.  This happens throughout the U.S.; it’s horrible, but it is a mistake.  Some people say an officer is given some kind of grace because they are an officer; he believes an officer goes through more because of their position of trust in the community.
  • This officer has been off without pay since December. Our police department and our Board does everything we can by the book, with no malice or prejudice in any way, shape or form, just like any employer would do.  Officers do have advantages; with their job they do have certain rights that maybe the person at Rutter’s doesn’t have, that’s just the way it is.  The department works within those bounds; we have not given any of our employees special advantages in any way.  We are waiting to see what is happening with this officer who is out on charges.  If the DA’s office decides after a thorough investigation that the charges do not rise to the level that the officer can be terminated, then they will be back.  If it does rise to the level where they can be terminated, then they won’t be back.
  • In regard to the comment that Chief apologized at a MT meeting; he apologized for the fact it has caused a lot of friction between the two groups. His role for seventeen (17) years has been to not cause friction and to solve problems – he believes the Police Board would agree with this.  He does not like the fact that it has caused friction – that is not his intent or what he wants.  We have a disagreement; officers have the right to say “this is what’s going on” and then people decide what side of the fence they are on.  There are strict rules of what they can do while on duty, and he has made sure these rules are being followed.  We do not have a renegade group of officers here at all; it’s a good group.  If you talk to our peers within York County we have a very, very good reputation.  He is regarded as a strict Chief as opposed to many others.  Employees have a Code of Conduct, and if they violate it, they are in trouble.  Employees are held to a strict standard and we’ve never varied from that.
  1. Bollinger stated that there is no doubt there is a lot of turmoil and friction in every direction you look. M. Muir had no response to the Chief’s comments.

 

  1. Rebert stated that he understands the point, but if these are the type of things that are happening, it has to be brought before the public. He doesn’t read the paper or get on the computer every day, and there are a lot of people like him, who are concerned about what happens in their community. If they don’t hear it here or in their municipality’s board meetings, they don’t know what is going on.  Chief Bean asked what we could improve on.  J. Rebert said he knows you can’t give names but it could be reported at the Police Board meetings, maybe in the Chief’s Notes.  There needs to be better communication between the public and the municipal and police boards.  He realizes everyone is very busy doing many different things, but this is a very important issue in everybody’s life in all four (4) of our municipalities.  If the residents are not aware of what is going on they cannot draw a conclusion other than “I haven’t heard anything so I have a lot of respect for the officers that I know.”    He is aware that some things have happened in the past that were taken lightly, in his opinion.  It’s a difficult job, but he thinks there needs to be better communication.  R. Shearer stated that J. Rebert created the Personnel Committee when he was serving on the Police Board.  This committee was supposed to take care of exit interviews and other issues related to personnel; presently that committee is not used for that at all.  The Police Board found out Lisa Layden was leaving the same way the media did – through a press release.  Officer Johnson left in May of 2018, he found out through the Treasurer’s Report, and he was on the Personnel Committee at that time.  This is one of NCT’s biggest issues; we have an 8-member Police Board and it’s often one or two people making decisions.  J. Rebert stated that another thing he doesn’t see the Police Board doing is accepting the employee’s resignation; he has yet to see that on any agenda.  Isn’t that necessary anymore?   Chief Bean replied that when an employee provides him with a letter of resignation they tell him what their last day will be.  There isn’t any stipulation of how a police department handles that, other than he lets the Police Board know as soon as the letter is submitted to him.  There isn’t a formal process of accepting a resignation – we don’t really have a choice, other than to accept it.  We are very open about everything that we can be.  The Chief’s Notes contain more detail; they are intended for the Police Board.  Maybe they could be posted on-line, we have not had that request so did not see any need to do so.

 

  1. Miller stated when J. Rebert was on the Police Board; all the decisions came through the Police Board. He doesn’t understand how things are being done now. One way to catch up on what is going on in the Department is to go on the newspaper website and search “Southwestern Regional Police” – the articles will give you all the information you need.

 

  1. Zeigler (NCT resident) asked the following questions, answers given by W. Tilley:
  • It is his understanding that an actuarial study needs to be done in order to determine the cost of NCT withdrawing.
    • An actuarial will be done if the withdrawal causes consequences to the pension, but it isn’t known yet if that is the case.
  • Will there be some kind of study or calculation done to determine what cost, if any, to NCT?
    • Maybe, he cannot answer definitively.
  • If it is determined a calculation is needed who would do it, NCT or the Police Board?
    • The way he is expecting it to work is that the Police Board would retain someone to perform the calculation.
  • Who would bear the cost of the study?
    • Initially the Police Board, but under the Articles of Agreement NCT would be required to reimburse them.
  • If the calculation is required, is there any idea/timeline of when it will be done?
    • We would have to see if there are consequences to the pension and that is when we would see what the effects are on personnel, i.e. if there is a reduction and early retirement. We need to see how it all plays out.
  • Will building depreciation be considered as well?
    • The building would need to be appraised.
  • Is there a timeline to begin the process?
    • We have had discussions with an accounting firm about what might need to be done. It’s premature to say whether anything is needed at this point in time.
  • As a resident, he (and many others) is very interested to know what the cost to NCT will be to withdraw.
    • The estimate all along has been somewhere around $1,000,000. This is based on the current budget, what the anticipated expenses will be, and the reimbursement component.
  • Who will pay for the legal expense to withdraw; NCT or the Police Board?
    • The department is paying them initially; the expenses are being segregated for reimbursement from NCT, which will probably be done early in 2020.
  • While reading through the minutes, he saw there was discussion (November) regarding whether NCT would participate in Executive Session regarding their intent to withdraw, and W. Tilley was going to write a letter to the State Ethics Committee. What was the outcome of that?
    • The Police Board has determined that NCT would participate in the Executive Sessions.
  1. Shearer requested clarification. He thought the Police Board had approved W. Tilley to begin the process – has this been done? W. Tilley replied yes.  R. Shearer asked why W. Tilley just said he didn’t know if it would have to be started.  W. Tilley replied no, he was referring to an actuary study; the nature of the expenses will still have to be determined; he doesn’t want to say NCT will have to pay for an actuary study because we don’t know that yet.  If there are consequences to the pension, then we will need one.  W. Tilley said the Police Board approved him to start negotiating the Separation Agreement, he has one to present tonight.

 

  1. Lehman (NCT resident) stated that he and his wife have been attending the Police Board and NCT meetings and are very frustrated with the Boards not sharing the facts. When questions are asked they hear “there are things going on that you aren’t being told”. Why aren’t they being told?  Residents cannot make an informed decision without the facts.  He encouraged everyone on the Boards to be open with the people they are working for.  L. Miller asked him what his questions are.  L. Lehman asked where the money will come from if NCT has to pay a $1,000,000 penalty.  When the NCT supervisors are asked this, they do not give an answer.  M. Bollinger replied there is only one person on the Police Board that can answer that question, R. Shearer.  R. Shearer replied that he has told him before, the $1,000,000 is a figure somebody pulled out of a hat; they do not know what the penalty will be.   There are credits for start-up costs and the building that need to be calculated before we know what the penalty will be.  NCT put $900,000 into the pension fund; it’s difficult to say where the money is going to come from because we do not know how much will be needed.  NCT legal counsel assures them it will not be anywhere close to $1,000,000.   L. Lehman stated, even if it’s $500,000 the Township should know where that money is coming from.  Residents have told NCT Supervisors they want a survey done, but they won’t listen.  They should call a special meeting and have the Supervisors and the Police Board there to answer all the residents’ questions.  R. Shearer replied they tried that years ago at Grace Fellowship Church and it is very difficult to do – people talk over one another and you can’t hear what they are saying.  The money would come from the interest they have in the building and the savings they would get by going with another police department.  L. Lehman asked how can they know how much they will save when they don’t even have a figure yet.  R. Shearer replied that he does have the figures and he will be announcing them at the next NCT meeting.

 

  1. Ziegler (NCT resident) asked when they can expect to hear from the Police Board what NCT will be assessed to leave the police department. With all due respect, the solicitor spoke, but he didn’t get an answer. It is concerning to him that January 1, 2020 is eight months away and there isn’t even a time table.  He isn’t asking for a specific date, but he would think by now you would have a general idea of a deadline; ie., by July 1.  W. Tilley replied that the Articles of Agreement state the numbers are calculated at the effective date of the withdrawal.  He thinks we will know sooner than that, but he cannot say precisely when because it depends on how the negotiations go.  For example, he has estimated the cost to be $1,000,000 – Mr. Shearer has said his legal counsel has said it is much less.  He has disclosed where his calculation came from (the current budget, what the anticipated expenses will be, and the reimbursement component); Mr. Shearer has not disclosed where his calculation is coming from, so he doesn’t know what they are saying and why.  Without that information it is very difficult for him to come up with a number and say whether they can agree or disagree.  Without being able to engage in that interactive process it is very hard to have a time line because he doesn’t know when he will get the information from them or when they will come to an agreement on a number.  When he receives that information from them we can start that discussion.  At the March meeting the Board asked him to draft a Separation Agreement to start the discussion process of coming up with exactly what he is asking for.  The draft of the agreement will be distributed and discussed during the public session tonight.  Those in attendance tonight will know just as much as the Police Board knows, they will learn it as the Board learns it.  T. Ziegler thanked W. Tilley and expressed hope that NCT will share what they know at their next Board meeting.

 

  1. Shearer stated that he is confused; W. Tilley had stated he would be contacting the NCT solicitor to get the process started and he is not aware that this has happened. They cannot answer if nobody has asked. He asked for clarification – is NCT hiring an auditor or the Police Board?   W. Tilley replied that the Police Board will retain an auditor and if NCT reviews their report and are satisfied with it they won’t need to hire anyone; if they aren’t satisfied then they can have a separate audit performed.  He has been communicating with RKL to see what might be needed to be done.  It’s premature; they have not been engaged for any purpose, they have just been telling him what might be needed.   R. Shearer stated he was confused, he thought we (NCT and the Police Board) were going to agree upon one auditor to do the audit so two different ones wouldn’t have to be done and they wouldn’t be going back and forth about the numbers.  He hopes it doesn’t drag out – NCT gave the Police Board a “heads up” in September of 2018 that they weren’t happy with the way things were going.  They were told that NCT wanted something to look at by November.  November came, December came and they still hadn’t been provided anything.  Nothing was provided until B. Hilt and R. Whyland sat down and put the 2020 budget proposal together.

 

  1. Rebert (NCT resident) stated that he understands what R. Shearer is saying, but NCT rejected the 2020 budget proposal before they ever discussed it in public at a NCT meeting. R. Shearer stated that was not true. M. Bollinger stated that it is true R. Shearer said something in September, but then in October they submitted the Letter of Intent to Withdraw (LIW).  That caused a lot of extra work, so of course the November date couldn’t be met.  J. Rebert clarified, he is talking about the 2020 budget proposal, not the LIW.  There was never any discussion of this budget proposal in a public meeting.  R. Shearer stated they sent a letter stating they were going to continue to move forward, not that they were done.  J. Rebert said this budget should have been discussed in public at NCT and they should have looked into it in depth to see if anything else could have been cut.  R. Shearer replied that tonight they will be discussing some things that will save money; one that NCT proposed many years ago.  The LIW was to make the Police Board understand that they were not threatening; they are serious about it.  The LIW did not go into effect until January 1, 2019; the Board had until January 1st to reduce the budget.  W. Tilley stated that was not correct, NCT passed a Resolution.  R. Shearer disputed this, stating W. Tilley better find the LIW and read it because it said it goes into effect January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019 would be their last day.  W. Tilley located the LIW and stated it said NCT had passed a Resolution to withdraw from the police department effective January 1, 2020.  It does not say there will be a waiting period or anything like that.  The letter said a Resolution had been passed and a decision had been made.  R. Shearer stated you have one year, and that’s what they did, it went into effect January 1, 2019.  W. Tilley disagreed, saying it went into effect the date of the LIW, October 9th.  R. Shearer stated if that’s the case, they will be out of here October 9, 2019.   W. Tilley stated no, the LIW stated January 1, 2020.  R. Shearer replied that this is exactly why he has wanted somebody else for the Police Board legal counsel.

 

  1. Rebert asked for clarification – is the Police Board going to do an actuarial study or not? L. Miller stated that it would only be needed for pension purposes. J. Rebert asked how can you determine what kind of credit NCT has coming without doing the study?  He knows that in the beginning they overfunded the pension.   W. Tilley stated this is not what the Articles of Agreement says; it says only specific capital contributions can be considered for reimbursement (credit).  Capital contributions are Exhibits “B” and “C” to the Articles of Agreement.  The paperwork he has been given shows payments of $124,000 in capital contributions; items that have all been depreciated out.  Based on the information that he has, he does not see any credit for the initial capital contribution coming back to NCT.  That is why he is curious to hear from NCT what they are basing their calculations on; when he gets that information he can then make an evaluation on what they are saying – obviously he has a different perspective than they have.

 

  1. Hilt pointed out that on page three of the minutes from last month’s meeting it says, “What is the status of the actuarial study of the police pension? V. Nickell replied that the study has been ordered and she was told it would take at least three (3) months to complete. She informed the pension provider that was too long, and they said they would try to get it done as quickly as possible; she doesn’t expect to see it any earlier than two (2) months though (April)”.

The actuary study referred to was ordered as part of the 2020 budget proposal.  J. Rebert asked if it is still going on.  V. Nickell replied yes, they had told her at least three (3) months; it is being done by the pension provider, The Standard.   M. Bollinger stated that this actuary is the result of the 2020 budget proposal, not the LIW.  R. Shearer disputed this, asking what event caused the 2020 budget proposal?  M. Bollinger said his point is it wasn’t something legal counsel ordered in response to the LIW.

 

  1. Tilley stated the next step is to review the Separation Agreement he drafted and then have the elected Board representatives take it back to their respective municipalities for their input. Next month each municipal representative can then present what their Board had to say and the discussion can be continued.   The Police Board authorized him to draft the Separation Agreement last month in an effort to keep things moving forward.  In previous months the Board had been trying to prevent NCT from leaving and that is why the actuarial study of the police pension was ordered (to see if officers could retire early and apply those savings to the 2020 budget proposal).  We received a letter dated March 6th from NCT saying that although they appreciated the efforts that were made to achieve the cost reductions, they did not change their decision to proceed with leaving the police department.  That meant that we had to move forward and start the Separation Agreement.  This wasn’t done prior because it would have been a waste of money if NCT had then reversed their decision to withdraw.  The goal is to start the discussion.  He is trying to make the process non-contentious, bring everything out in the open, that is why he is prepared to present the draft tonight.  R. Shearer stated that if that’s the case, why did the Board go into Executive Session in October with only four (4) Board members to begin the process?  He doesn’t want to hear that it was because the LIW said a proposed Separation Agreement was requested in 30 days; W. Tilley had commented at the October meeting that the Board was not required to abide by the 30 day time line.  W. Tilley responded he still had to get Board authority to respond to the LIW.  R. Shearer stated that he should have gotten the authority from the majority of the Board, not four (4) members.  W. Tilley stated it was the majority of the six (6) members that were not conflicted out, in his opinion.   R. Shearer stated NCT was conflicted out because it was W. Tilley’s opinion, not a legal opinion.  W. Tilley stated that they did it because the LIW, dated October 9, 2019 said we had thirty (30) days to respond, decisions had to be made that night.  R. Shearer continued to disagree with W. Tilley on this point for an extended time.  W. Tilley stated that he advised the Board they didn’t have to respond in 30 days but he needed to hear from the Board whether or not they wanted to; there wasn’t a legal requirement but they had to develop a legal strategy of responding to the letter, which was asking for a response within 30 days.  He thinks it was appropriate to ask the Board how they wanted to respond.

 

  1. LeFever (NCT resident) stated that she has been attending every NCT and SWRPD meeting for many months, and as she is trying to piece all of this together. She sees a need to improve communications between the Boards and the residents.  Perhaps putting the Chief’s Notes on the website, or videotaping the meetings and posting them on the website would be helpful.  B. Hilt asked the Chief how many people look at our website.  Chief replied that we started a new website about six (6) weeks ago.  It has the ability to tell us how many people visit and what they look at, but he has not been in charge of it; one of the patrol officers has been handling the new website, so he is unable to answer.  His policy has always been to share as much information as possible; a daily call log and the crime stats are posted on the website as well as the minutes of the Board meetings.  He would have no problem with starting to post the Chief’s Notes too.  B. Hilt stated that it would be good to know; if not many people use the website it wouldn’t be worth the cost to post videos of the meetings.   D. Schmidt stated that if it is found the website is not being utilized much, we could start posting things on the “Nextdoor”  app.  He has used it to post photos and it may have the capability of posting videos.  It is free to use.  Chief stated we have received 25,000-35,000 hits on FaceBook, so we know it can reach a lot of people that way also.

 

MINUTES:  Review of the minutes of March 13, 2019.  Motion by L. Miller, second by B. Hilt to approve the minutes as presented.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

TREASURER’S REPORT:  (Attachment A) Treasurer’s Report was presented.  V. Nickell noted that two (2) transfers (total of $67,000) were made out of the Reserve Fund to cover expenses until the 2nd quarter payments come in from the municipalities.  The $67,000 and any other funds needed will be transferred back into the Reserve Fund when all the quarterly payments have been received.  She also pointed out that the Sick & Vacation Liability account has been drawn down to $44,000 and the payout for Sgt. Detective Layden has not occurred yet.  She expects the account to be down to around $22,000 after that has been paid out.  That account is being drained down.  B. Hilt asked about all of the repairs for vehicle 126 ($1,880 year-to-date).  This is the vehicle that we spent over $10,000 on last year; it has over 100,000 miles on it.  Chief responded we put an average of 30,000 miles a year on the vehicles and we have the oldest fleets in York County.  Older cars take more money to keep them running, but we have spent less on keeping this vehicle on the road than buying a new car at $39,000.    We haven’t changed the budget since 2017, so we haven’t purchased any vehicles since then.  We have always maintained the fleet by purchasing (1) one vehicle a year and retiring one.  Now that we are not doing that the cost to maintain the vehicles will increase.  R. Shearer asked if any of the vehicles have been paid off since 2017.   If there was money in the 2017 budget for vehicles and some of them have been paid off, could that money be used to purchase a new vehicle?  Chief Bean replied that the problem is we are being funded at the 2017 level, but the officers are being paid at the 2019 level per the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).  We need to save money where we can in order to be able to pay our expenses.  He has brought the issue of buying a vehicle before the Board many times, and each time he was told to “put it on hold”.  R. Shearer responded that according to the Treasurer’s report a lot of the line items are under 25%  being spent to-date and we are a quarter of the way through the year.  Chief stated that some invoices have not come in yet and by December 31st we will be short on money; you cannot continue to operate on a 2017 budget and pay 2019 rates.   Each quarter we have to borrow from the Reserve Funds to pay obligations and will probably use Reserve Funds for sick and vacation pay outs as officers leave.  That wasn’t supposed to happen, but it is because of the instability of the department.  R. Shearer stated that only one (1) officer has left because of the instability of the department (Poplin).  Chief replied that Sergeant/Detective Lisa Layden left because of the instability of the department.  If you were to talk with her, she would tell you she planned to stay here until she earned her doctorate, which is at least a year away.   When the LIW was received in October everybody started looking for a job.  Six (6) officers took the York County Consortium test and they are still in the running to get jobs with other departments.   Sgt./

Detective Layden left because of NCT leaving the department; she never would have even looked at the job market if it wasn’t for that.  To-date two (2) officers have left due to the instability of the department, and he could list three (3) or four (4) others that are possibly going to leave.  L. Miller stated that he spoke to Sergeant/Detective Layden at the Turkey Hill in West York last summer, and she told him at that time she wasn’t planning to stay with the department for more than a year.  Chief Bean stated that her plans changed and she would have never put in for the position with West Hempfield Township Police Department if it hadn’t been for the fact that our department would either dramatically cut personnel or fold.   On top of fighting crime he has had to deal with employees that don’t want to be here.  V. Nickell stated that Sgt./Detective Layden’s plan was to seek employment as a professor, but not until she had her doctorate, so she did leave early.  Motion by B. Hilt, second by S. Stambaugh to accept the Treasurer’s Report as presented.  R. Shearer noted that we are paying M&T Lawn Care for mowing performed in October.  V. Nickell verified that they are way behind on their billing, as she also received an invoice for the same time period for work done at her home.  R. Shearer stated that we shouldn’t be paying bills in March for work done in October.  Motion carried unanimously.  M. Bollinger asked if R. Shearer wants to get some quotes for the lawn care.  He stated no, but can’t we talk to them and request they invoice us for everything by the end of the year; if they don’t send the invoice by the end of the year we won’t pay it.  V. Nickell stated she would call them and discuss.

 

CHIEF’S REPORT:

 

Chief’s Notes (Attachment B):  The Chief’s Notes were presented as attached with the following additional comments:

 

Chief stated there were two (2) things that need to be addressed.  One issue deals with how to manage the department if more officers leave, as he believes there to be a potential for this to happen.  The current CBA will be discussed in Executive Session but he wants to present ideas of what needs to be changed in order to continue with less officers.  For example, scheduling – the number of officers allowed to be off on leave per day.  Chief has given the Board members an outline of the items needed to be addressed in Executive Session.

 

The second thing he needs to present is the hiring of part time officers.  We are ok with the number of officers we have but the difficulty comes when officers take time off, are sick, or injured.  We have stopped training because of the personnel shortage.  He doesn’t think we are able to hire any full time officers due to the instability of the department, so to fill shifts when the unexpected happens he has been looking into the hiring of part time officers.  He has spoken to different Chiefs that utilize part time officers and he thinks he can find some that are already certified and experienced.  We can cover the normal shifts now, but if somebody has to take time off or cannot work for any reason it creates overtime and the officers you have are so busy filling shifts they have little time for anything else. He is hoping to get an answer from the Board tonight.  M. Bollinger stated that he believes the CBA would need to be changed in order to hire part time officers.  Is the Chief just asking the Board if they are ok with changing the contract?  Chief replied that legally there are just a couple of words that need to be changed and he thinks the Police Association will be cooperative.  They have said at several meetings if the Board tells them what they want they will work it out.   R. Shearer stated that he is surprised because in the last two (2) contract negotiations they tried to get the language changed regarding part time officers and it was never even considered.  L. Miller stated that he has always been a proponent of it.  M. Bollinger and the rest of the Board agreed.   It will need to be brought to the Police Association by the Negotiating Committee for approval.  The question came up as to who was the chairman of the Negotiating Committee, the consensus was to appoint R. Whyland.

 

Chief distributed two (2) thank you letters to the Board. One was from a father whose 35 year-old son suddenly collapsed at home of a massive heart attack.  He was grateful for Officers Harrison and Rowland, who performed CPR on him; unfortunately he did not survive.  The second letter was from a woman who expressed her appreciation for her municipal police who showed up quickly when her house was being broken into on two (2) separate occasions.  She states the first time was 1986 (not SWRPD at that time) and the second was 2017.

 

There were five (5) press releases this past month:

  • The 2018 Annual Report is available
  • The York College Survey was mailed (14 senior citizens from Windy Hill assisted in stuffing, sealing and stamping the envelopes).
  • There was an attempted child luring in NCT on March 27 – no suspect information at this time and there have been no additional reports of any more incidents.
  • Detective Lisa Layden hired as Police Chief at West Hempfield Township.
  • Decisions made by the Police Board in the prior month.

 

OLD BUSINESS:

 

Health Insurance:  V. Nickell reported that the Negotiating Committee has been presented with the information pertaining to the proposed health insurance plan from Glatfelter Insurance.  A representative from Glatfelter was present to answer any questions.  The Police Association will be presented with this information on Sunday evening.  R. Shearer stated it is a very worthwhile insurance plan, it will save a lot of money and should have been done years ago.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

Draft Separation Agreement (SA) – W. Tilley distributed a copy of the draft SA to the Board members.  He explained that there are three (3) separate parts pertaining to NCT separating from the police department: 1) ongoing costs; 2) lump sum costs (legal and accounting fees); 3) the Building Agreement.  He thinks there is enough information to discuss as least one (1) of those tonight.  He continued with an explanation of the SA as follows:

  • Paragraph I identifies the parties of the SA (NCT; HT; MT; SGB and the Police Board)
  • The Recitals summarize the Articles of Agreement and the five (5) Amendments. The relevant provisions for withdrawal are found in the original Articles of Agreement, Article 13 ¶B.
  • The next Recitals state that on October 9, 2018 NCT gave official notice of its intent to withdraw effective January 1, 2020. This was confirmed with a subsequent letter dated March 6, 2019.  The Articles of Agreement were adopted on July 17, 200 and provide for the withdrawal of a Municipal Member.  It includes the rights and obligations of that withdrawing Member as follows:
    • “The proportionate share of any continuing obligation and liabilities assumed by the remaining Municipal Members, which are attributable to the withdrawing Municipality’s participation, shall be paid by the withdrawing Municipality”.
    • “The withdrawing Municipality shall receive, in cash or in kind, as determined by the Police Board an amount equal to its capital contributions reflected in Exhibits “B” or “C” to the Articles of Agreement, subject to deduction or adjustment for depreciation and obsolescence.” The capital contributions do not include the building, and everything listed as capital contribution has been completely depreciated or replaced.  His analysis shows that no refund is due for capital contributions.  This is why the next paragraph of the SA states, “the parties hereto wish to confirm the manner in which NCT will pay its proportionate share of the continuing obligations and liabilities that assumed by the remaining municipalities.”
  • At the bottom of page three (3): “NCT shall pay its proportionate share, which is currently 48.4326% of the 2020 budget adopted and approved by the Board and by the remaining Member Municipalities.  The payments shall be made in quarterly installments on or before the dates (by month and day) of its quarterly payments in calendar year 2018.”  It will follow that same schedule of payments it followed in past practice.  The quarterly payments will not exceed the amount of the 2018 payments.  This prevents the Police Board from creating a budget that provides Cadillac Escalades for patrol vehicles.
  • The other costs and obligations (accounting and legal fees) are not presently known and will be handled by a separate agreement. He is trying to create some predictability for all of the municipalities and the department by saying there will be an ongoing quarterly payment for 2020.

 

  1. Tilley stated that each municipal Board member should take this draft back to their respective Boards for review and return next month with their comments. R. Shearer asked if their solicitor should look at it now or wait until the other municipalities come back with their comments. W. Tilley stated the NCT solicitor should review it now.  R. Shearer stated their solicitor will have to review the comments of the other municipalities, so why do it twice.  W. Tilley stated there will be some back and forth, but he doesn’t want to go another month without some feedback from NCT.  He thinks the other municipalities will be very interested to see what NCT has to say about the SA.  Everyone needs to be moving forward together, the conversation has to start somewhere.  The draft SA is what he was able to derive from the Articles of Agreement and the information he has in his possession.  He is hoping that if NCT has something different in their possession that they will bring it forward so there isn’t a delay.  From what he’s heard tonight, the Board members as well as the public are anxious to see how this is going to turn out.  Everybody needs to get everything out on the table as quickly as they can so this can be settled.  He doesn’t want this to be a contentious process and is hoping for an open sharing of information so we can come to an agreement.  That would work best and least expensively so it doesn’t lead to disputes or even litigation.  D. Schmidt stated it makes sense to move forward in this way so all the municipalities can then get together and decide which way to go.  W. Tilley suggested each municipality share what their thoughts are before the next Police Board meeting so everyone has the opportunity to digest all the comments.  That way everyone can have an idea of where they want to go prior to sitting down at the next Police Board meeting.    S. Stambaugh asked how the SA gets approved – by a majority vote of the Police Board?   W. Tilley stated he doesn’t know precisely, but his vision is that it would be done the same as an Amendment to the Articles of Agreement – the Police Board approves it with a majority vote, and then each Municipal Board does the same.   The Articles of Agreement state the SA is between the withdrawing Municipality and the Police Board only, but since the department would continue to be funded by the remaining municipalities he doesn’t think that makes sense.  He thinks it is best done with all the participating municipalities signing off on it.  Since everyone will be paying into the 2020 budget and will have to include it in their municipal budgets he thinks it is best to have all the member municipalities approve the SA.  R. Shearer asked if the Articles of Agreement will need to be changed in order to do this.  W. Tilley stated that the Articles of Agreement will need to be changed to reflect the new funding percentages and an Amendment would be done between the remaining three (3) municipalities.   R. Shearer stated that all of the current member municipalities are needed to change the Articles of Agreement to allow all the municipalities sign off on the SA.

 

  1. Shearer asked if NCT has to go to the remaining three (3) municipalities to settle the value of the building. W. Tilley stated yes, the Building Agreement is between the municipalities and not the Police Board. He can draft an agreement if the Police Board wants him to.  The reason he didn’t go ahead and draft that separate agreement is because there isn’t an appraisal on the building.  There isn’t really anything to discuss, it is all laid out in the Building Agreement; the main thing to do is have an appraisal done.  He suggested everyone go back to their municipalities and get a recommendation for an appraiser and then the four (4) can agree on one appraiser.  If not, NCT could get a separate appraisal done.  The Building Agreement says it is a ten (10) year pay out, so all that needs to be done is an appraisal.  He recommended that process be started asap, this time of year they are very busy and he wouldn’t be surprised if it takes a couple of months to get it done.  Also, the cost of a commercial appraisal will probably run around $5,000.   D. Schmidt stated that if this makes sense to everyone they should all go back to their solicitors and get the ball rolling.   S. Stambaugh suggested keeping the solicitors out of it and have the municipal managers handle it.  L. Miller stated it is a decision that needs to be made at a Municipal Board level, not by the Police Board.  Each municipality needs to take the SA back to their solicitors for review.  W. Tilley had suggested each Municipality communicate their thoughts to one another before the next Police Board meeting, how can they do this properly (without violating the Sunshine Law).   W. Tilley stated the comments can be put in writing and e-mailed to each Police Board member, but the discussion on it would be conducted in a public Police Board meeting.  The e-mail is just providing information, not deliberating it.  D. Schmidt stated that due to being new on the Board he is not sure of how things get accomplished between meetings; there has to be forward movement between meetings.  W. Tilley stated it would be the same as the Chief’s Notes – he does his work during the month and provides the report prior to the meeting for each Board member to read; then it is discussed in a public meeting.  Board members cannot talk among themselves, any deliberation has to be done in a public meeting.  Board members do not want to be reading the reports (e-mails) at the meeting while people are waiting to hear their thoughts on the issue at hand.  The public needs the confidence that decisions are being made here and they are witnessing it as they are being made.

 

Motion by L. Miller, second by D. Schmidt that each elected official take the Separation Agreement as presented back to their respective Boards for discussion.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

OTHER ITEMS:                           

 

  1. Shearer stated that he had two (2) pages of items to read about why NCT submitted the LIW. Due to the fact there is a lot of work to be done in Executive Session, he will wait and read it at the next NCT meeting, since the NCT residents are the ones that asked. Chief Bean asked if it wouldn’t be fair for the Police Board, with whom he shares service, know what his issues are.  R. Shearer stated that he thinks they already know what they are.   For example, part time officers.  In seventeen (17) years the department was rarely at full staff and it would have saved a lot of money to use part time officers, it was never even considered.  Chief Bean disputed this, stating it was discussed a lot at the Board meetings.  It didn’t make sense when we had fourteen (14) full time officers, plus the CBA didn’t allow it.  Now, things are much different and it makes sense to do it.  Chief stated if R. Shearer is going to speak badly about the department, it should be done here.  R. Shearer stated he isn’t going to be talking bad, he is making points.  Chief Bean asked for an explanation.  R. Shearer stated he doesn’t need to explain anything to the Chief, and that is what the Chief doesn’t understand in the whole situation.  The Chief doesn’t explain himself; at the last NCT meeting he told a resident that there are four (4) police officers in NCT during school hours, and that isn’t anywhere near true.   R. Shearer stated that Chief told him he made a mistake, he thought they asked how many officers are on duty.  R. Shearer stated they have no idea how many hours they are getting now that staffing is down to eleven (11) officers – are they getting their 253 hours a week?   Chief Bean stated that issues with the police department should be discussed at the Police Board meeting, not the Municipal meetings – in an effort to be transparent and fair it needs to be discussed in front of this Board.  L. Miller stated it is up to R. Shearer in how he wants to handle this with his residents.  R. Shearer stated he is not here to argue.  At the last NCT meeting the residents said he has a personal vendetta against the department and/or the Chief.  He spoke with the Chief about it the other day, and Chief said he doesn’t feel that – is that still true?  Chief stated he doesn’t feel there is a personal vendetta, but anyone attending these meetings would think there is a lot of friction between NCT and the police department, because bad things are said about the police department.  R. Shearer had suggested to him that he was fueling it or the police officers were and he told him that was not the case.  R. Shearer stated that doesn’t make it personal; he has issues with the department but it isn’t personal – it’s him standing up and representing the residents of NCT.    Chief stated that R. Shearer asked him why people think it’s a personal issue against him and Chief said he didn’t know, the residents decided that on their own.

 

  1. Lehman (NCT) stated: All three municipalities were in favor of cost cutting, why wouldn’t NCT consider the proposed 2020 budget? R. Shearer stated they did consider it.  L. Lehman responded they didn’t; they said “no”.  R. Shearer stated they looked at it and the numbers aren’t where they should be.  They didn’t have the proposals from the other departments, how could they give an answer?  NCT does not think they can provide service with 11 officers, and the Chief cannot fill a shift, unless something has changed.  L. Lehman stated the Board is trying to change the contract with part time officers, so why couldn’t that be changed too?  As long as the Board and the Police Association agree, the CBA can be changed.  R. Shearer responded that’s why in July of 2017 after one (1) month of negotiation they received a letter of arbitration.  R. Shearer reiterated what he said at that meeting – the only control the Municipalities have over costs is through the budget.  They have no control of the CBA because the officers will go to arbitration and they will get what they want.

 

Meeting adjourned into Executive Session at 8:47 pm with no action to be taken afterwards.

 

Submitted by:

 

V. Nickell

Police Administrator

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03/04/2019 – 03/17/2019

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03/04/2019 02:36

SOUTH EAST

Suspicious person in the first block of S East St, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/04/2019 05:56

OLD JOSEPH

 

Traffic complaint in the area of Old Joseph Road and Hampden Drive, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

 

03/04/2019 09:57

YORK

Erratic river complaint in the area of York Rd near Colonial Valley Rd.

 

 

NARCOTICS-POSSESSION-MARIJUANA,ETC.

03/04/2019 13:17

EAST COLLEGE

Drug violation in the 100 block of East College Avenue, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/04/2019 13:45

COUNTRY RIDGE

 

Unattended death in the 200 block of Country Manor Dr.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

03/04/2019 14:22

 

MYERS

Residential alarm in the 2300 block of Myers Rd.

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

03/04/2019 16:03

PORTERS

Assist Hanover Boro PD on Porters Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

03/04/2019 16:03

MESSERSMITH

 

Confidential

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

03/04/2019 17:03

 

W COLLEGE

Reportable accident on Trinity Rd

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – SIGNALS-SIGNS OUT

03/04/2019 17:50

SEVEN VALLEYS

Stop sign run over at the intersection of Green Valley & Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/04/2019 18:17

FIRE HALL

 

Suspicious circumstance in the 1400 block of Fire Hall Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

 

03/04/2019 18:39

BLOOMING GROVE

Assist park units at Blooming Grove @ Dubs Church

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

03/04/2019 20:15

SOUTH EAST

Loose dog reported in the 100 block of S East St

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/04/2019 23:26

TIMBER CREST

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/05/2019 09:05

 

CLINTON

Suspicious circumstance in the 1000 block of Clinton Ct.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/05/2019 10:25

GLATFELTERS STA

Suspicious activity reported in the 6200 block of Glatfelter Station Road,

North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/05/2019 10:43

THIRD

 

Ambulance assist in the Spring Hollow Apartments.

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

 

03/05/2019 13:50

THOMAN

Police information in the Spring Grove Area.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

03/05/2019 13:55

  1. THIRD

Assisted other police in the first block of East Third Avenue, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

03/05/2019 18:37

NOSS

 

Domestic at 2000 blk of Noss Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/05/2019 21:13

 

 

Ambulance assist at 200 blk of S. Main St

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/05/2019 22:36

STERNER

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC

03/06/2019 01:44

STRICKHOUSER

 

Police information at 2200 blk fo Strickhouser

 

 

 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF TO AUTOMOBILES

 

03/06/2019 04:41

W CONSTITUTION

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/06/2019 12:11

GROTHY

 

Assisted Tri-Community Ambulance in the 4000blk of Grothey Rd, North Codorus

Twp

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/06/2019 13:22

 

YORK

Assisted Spring Grove ambulance in the 100blk of York Ave, Spring Grove

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/06/2019 16:05

SPRING FORGE

School bus violation reported in the 400blk of Spring Forge Dr. Spring Grove.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

03/06/2019 16:30

GRAVE RUN

 

Traffic crash reported on Grave Run Road at Brodbekcs Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

 

03/06/2019 17:05

STOVERSTOWN

Hit and Run accident reported in the 2800blk of Stoverstown Rd, North Codorus

Twp

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/06/2019 17:05

STOVERSTOWN

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST ANIMAL

03/06/2019 17:43

 

JACKSON

Dog at large in the 200 block of West Jackson Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES  AND POLES

03/07/2019 09:37

LINEBORO

Wires down in the 7100blk of Lineboro Rd, Manheim Twp

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/07/2019 09:57

TRINITY

 

Traffic complaint in the 900blk of Trinity Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

FRAUD

 

03/07/2019 10:22

N MAIN

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES  AND POLES

03/07/2019 11:11

  1. JOHNS

Wire/pole down in the 7100blk of St. Johns Rd, Manheim Twp

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

03/07/2019 16:20

HANOVER

 

Possible impaired driving in the first block of West Hanover Street, Spring

Grove Borough.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

03/07/2019 21:45

YORK

Suspicious vehicle report in the area of York Rd and Ambau Rd, North Codorus

Twp.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

03/08/2019 00:00

CEDAR

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/08/2019 09:10

N MAIN

 

Ambulance assist in the 400 block of N Main St.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

03/08/2019 09:24

 

SOUTH WATER

Business alarm in the first block of S Water St.

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

03/08/2019 09:52

GLATFELTERS STA

Assisted person in the 5900 block of Gladfelter Station Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/08/2019 10:26

HEATHER

 

Ambulance assist in the 3400 block of Heather Dr.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

 

03/08/2019 11:00

THOMAN

Assist peron in the 6100 block of Thoman Dr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HARASSMENT

03/08/2019 11:08

CANNON

Adrian Fisher of Cannon Ln cited for Harassment.

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

03/08/2019 11:51

 

THOMAN

Assist person 6100 block of Thoman Dr

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/08/2019 11:55

POTTER

Suspicious phone calls in the 6500 block of Potter Ct

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

03/08/2019 13:47

HOKES

 

Assist fire dept in the 6600 block of Hokes Rd

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

 

03/08/2019 15:33

SEVEN VALLEYS

Single vehicle accident in the area of Seven Valleys Rd near Grothey Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

03/08/2019 15:35

OLD HANOVER

Wanted person in the 6000 block of Old Hanover Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

03/08/2019 18:05

COLONIAL VALLEY

 

Report of Harassment in the 5900 block of Colonial Valley rd

 

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/08/2019 19:10

 

OLD HANOVER

Suspicious activity reported in the 6000 block of Old Hanover Rd

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/08/2019 20:32

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

03/08/2019 20:56

MOULSTOWN

 

Field contact at Moulstown Rd @ Glatco Lodge

 

 

 

ALL OTHERS – PROTECTIVE ORDERS

 

03/08/2019 21:56

OLD HANOVER

PFA service at 6300 blk of Old Hanover Rd

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

03/09/2019 00:00

LOUVAIN

Assist other police at 100 blk of Louvain Dr.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/09/2019 01:37

N HIGH

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

03/09/2019 05:22

 

SLAGEL

Domestic in the 2000 block of Slagel Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

03/09/2019 06:22

N MAIN

Non reportable accident in the area of North Main Street and Roth’s Church

Road, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/09/2019 10:16

TRINITY

 

Traffic/parking issue in the 900 block of Trinity Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

03/09/2019 15:04

OLD HANOVER

Suspicious vehicle and person in the area of Old Hanover Road and Colonial

Valleys Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/09/2019 16:04

OLD HANOVER

Traffic complaint in the 6000 block of Old Hanover Rd.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/09/2019 17:30

YORK

 

Traffic complaint at York @ Smith Station Rd

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/09/2019 19:24

 

RIDGE

Suspicious subject in the 2000 block of Ridge Rd

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/10/2019 08:44

ALLISON MILL

Assisted ambulance in the 4700 block of Allison Mill Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

HARASSMENT

03/10/2019 12:25

COUNTRY RIDGE

 

Mark Gleeson of Country Ridge Dr cited for 2 counts of Harassment.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

 

03/10/2019 14:19

BLOOMING GROVE

Alarm in the 4700 block of Blooming Grove Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC

03/10/2019 19:06

WHYTE

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

03/10/2019 20:30

 

JEFFERSON

 

 

HARASSMENT

03/10/2019 22:37

WALTERS HATCHER

Harassment reported in the 4500 block of Waltershatchery Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

03/11/2019 00:00

RESERVOIR

 

SUPPLEMENTAL 03/11/2019 18:32 – 05    SGT LISA LAYDEN

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

 

03/11/2019 00:00

RESERVOIR

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

03/11/2019 02:36

MOULSTOWN

 

 

 

 

OFFENSES AGAINST FAMILY-CHILD ABUSE

03/11/2019 09:00

SOUTH MAIN

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

03/11/2019 13:00

 

LAKE

Fraudulent charges on Lake Drive, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

03/11/2019 13:00

LAKE

 

 

 

 

FORGERY

03/11/2019 13:45

BENTZ

 

Theft/Forgery reported in the 4700blk of Bentz Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

FORGERY

03/11/2019 13:45

 

BENTZ

 

 

FORGERY

03/11/2019 13:45

BENTZ

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/11/2019 15:08

WEST HANOVER

 

Erratic driver in the area of W. Hanover St, Spring Grove

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

 

03/11/2019 16:48

SOUTH MAIN

Dispute in the 100blk of S. Main St, Spring Grove

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/11/2019 21:13

SOUTH MAIN

EMS call in the 100 block of S Main St.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

03/12/2019 01:12

OLD HANOVER

 

Disabled vehicle on Old Hanover Rd near Jacob’s Mill Rd, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

03/12/2019 08:15

 

THOMAN

Assist person with fingerprinting.

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

03/12/2019 13:30

YORK

PFA issue in the 6100 block of York Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC OFFENSES

03/12/2019 14:00

COLONIAL VALLEY

 

Trespass by motor vehicle in the 5800 block of Colonial Valley Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

03/12/2019 17:36

MACKENZIE

Assist EMS in the 3000 blk of Mackenzi Ln, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF TO AUTOMOBILES

03/12/2019 18:34

JACOBS MILLS

Criminal mischief in the 1600 block of Jacobs Mill Road.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

03/12/2019 21:03

CANNON

 

911 hang up call in the 3800 blk of Cannon Ln, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/13/2019 00:30

 

LYNWOOD

Traffic problem in the 4400 block of Lynwood Rd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-INVESTIGATE OPEN

03/13/2019 03:58

N MAIN

Open door in the 400 blk of N Main St, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/13/2019 07:00

SHERWOOD

 

Assisted ambulance in the 3900 block of Sherwood Drive, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

 

03/13/2019 08:01

YORK

Reportable accident in the 5800 block of York Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

03/13/2019 10:02

BLACK ROCK

Residential alarm in the 2900 block of Black Rock Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/13/2019 10:19

N MAIN

 

Assisted ambulance in the first block of North Main Street, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

03/13/2019 11:37

 

LEHMAN

Animal complaint in the 5300 block of Lehman Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC

03/13/2019 12:15

SUNSET

Police info in the 2300 block of Sunset Cir.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

03/13/2019 13:32

N MAIN

Ambulance assist in the 400 block of N Main St.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

03/13/2019 13:57

INTERSECTION

911 hang up call in the 8100 block of Intersection Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

03/13/2019 14:40

YORK

 

Attempt to contact in the 6100 block of York Rd.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

03/13/2019 16:02

 

AMBAU

Welfare check in the 5600 block of Ambua Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

HARASSMENT

03/13/2019 19:33

HANOVER

Harassment comp in Jefferson Boro.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

03/13/2019 19:57

W CONSTITUTION

 

Report of a vehicle with expired inspection in the 1st block of W Constitution

Ave.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

 

03/13/2019 20:15

YORK

Disabled vehicle York Rd near Gitts Run

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/13/2019 22:53

PALMER

Suspicious vehicle in the 4000 block of Palmer Ave

 

 

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

03/14/2019 00:09

BENTZ

 

Mental health incident in the 4500 block of Bentz Rd

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – REPORTS

03/14/2019 03:15

 

YORK

Animal complaint at York Rd near Mill Rd

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/14/2019 06:09

SHERWOOD

Assisted ambulance in the 3900 block of Sherwood Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

03/14/2019 10:44

SOUTH MAIN

 

Attempted to locate a missing juvenile in the first block of South Main Street,

Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

 

03/14/2019 13:11

SEVEN VALLEYS

Assist fire department in the 1300 block of Seven Valleys Rd.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/14/2019 13:53

SALEM

Traffic complaint in the area of Salem Road and Country Manor Driver, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

03/14/2019 17:30

CAMPWOODS

 

Domestic argument over a family dog in the 4900 block of Campwoods Road, MT

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/14/2019 22:43

 

THIRD

Suspicious circumstance at 100 blk of E. Third Ave

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/14/2019 23:29

N MAIN

Ambulance assist at 100 blk of N. Main St

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/14/2019 23:52

CLAYAMA

 

Ambulance assist at 1400 blk of Clayoma

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

 

03/15/2019 10:23

MOULSTOWN

Animal complaint in the 6500blk of Moulstown Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

03/15/2019 10:44

HERSHEY

Alarm in the 3400 block of Indian Rock Dam Road

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/15/2019 11:28

HERSHEY

 

EMS call in the 7100 block of Hershey Road.

 

 

 

OFFENSES AGAINST FAMILY-CHILD ABUSE

03/15/2019 12:00

 

WEST HIGHLAND

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

03/15/2019 12:15

COLLEGE

Confidential

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/15/2019 12:28

COLONIAL VALLEY

 

Suspicious persons in the 5900 block of Colonial Valley Road.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

 

03/15/2019 12:50

THOMAN

Assist other police in the 6100 block of Thoman Dr.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

03/15/2019 17:56

CEDAR

Child custody issue in the 1900 blk of Cedar Dr, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

TRESPASSING OF REAL PROPERTY

03/15/2019 18:17

SENFT

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/15/2019 20:21

PAMADEVA

 

Suspicious person in the 6400 blk of Pamadeva Rd, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

 

SEXUAL ASSAULT

 

03/15/2019 20:48

N MAIN

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/16/2019 00:43

 

N MAIN

Traffic problem in the area of N Main and Roth’s Church Rds, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

LOST & FOUND – FOUND ARTICLES

03/17/2019 12:00

N MAIN

Found property at 420 N. Main St, Spring Grove Rutter’s

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

03/17/2019 14:26

BLOOMING GROVE

Reportable vehicle accident in the 6400blk of Blooming Grove Rd, Manheim Twp

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC OFFENSES

03/17/2019 14:26

BLOOMING GROVE

 

Charges filed against Nelson W. Shunk, of Echo Ln, Manheim Twp after a

reportable vehicle accident in the 6400blk of Blooming Grove Rd.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/17/2019 15:07

LISCHEYS CHURCH

Medical emergency in the 5600 block of Lischey’s Church Road, North Codorus

Township

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

03/17/2019 15:40

YORK

 

Disabled vehicle on York Road in the area of Menges Mill Road, Heidelberg

Township.

 

 

PUBLIC

 

03/17/2019 17:30

MACKENZIE

Police info in the 3000 blk of Mackenzi Ln, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

03/17/2019 19:29

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/17/2019 20:13

WEST HANOVER

 

Suspicious circumstances in the 100 blk of W Hanover St, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

03/17/2019 22:58

 

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

03/17/2019 23:49

GREEN VALLEY

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SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

02/18/2019 07:25

LINEBORO

Assist fire dept in the 6100 blk of Lineboro Rd.

 

 

DEATHS – SUICIDES

02/18/2019 07:53

COUNTRY MANOR

 

Death investigation in the 1700 block of Country Manor Drive, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

02/18/2019 11:52

N MAIN

Suspicious circumstances in the area of the traffic circle, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

FRAUD

02/18/2019 12:05

JEFFERSON

Fraud report in the 2000 block of Jefferson Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/18/2019 15:56

BLOOMING GROVE

 

Disabled vehicle on Blooming Grove Rd near Smoketown Rd. The vehicle was GOA

when PD arrived.

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

02/18/2019 16:30

 

N MAIN

Report of a loose dog in the 300 block of North Main Street, SGB

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/18/2019 19:13

CEMETERY

Harassing text messages in the 1900 block of Cemetery Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

02/18/2019 19:42

N MAIN

Bank alarm at 200 blk of N. Main St.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC

 

02/18/2019 22:43

YORK

Road conditions at 5900 blk of York Rd

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED -IMPOUNDED,ABANDON

02/18/2019 23:41

STOVERSTOWN

Abandoned vehicle at Stoverstown @ Salem Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/19/2019 01:56

 

PATRIOT

Ambulance assist at 2000 blk of Patriot St

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/19/2019 08:49

MOULSTOWN

Disabled vehicle in the area of Moulstown Rd near Trolley Rd.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/19/2019 13:42

GLATCO LODGE

 

Vehicle stuck in a field off Glatco Lodge Rd

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

02/19/2019 14:45

SEVEN VALLEYS

Suspicious circumstances in the 1300 block of Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/19/2019 14:53

SENFT

Ambulance assist in the 5600 block of Senft Rd

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

02/19/2019 15:28

STOVERSTOWN

 

Found dog in the 1900 block of Stoverstown Rd

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/19/2019 16:33

 

N MAIN

Erratic driver complaint in the area of N Main St and W Hanover St.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/19/2019 17:30

HOFF

Suspicious circumstance at 6000 blk of Hoff Rd

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/19/2019 18:04

ZIEGLERS CHURCH

 

Missing person report in the 4800 block of Zeiglers Church rd

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/19/2019 18:52

 

YORK

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/19/2019 21:21

W LONGVIEW

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/20/2019 09:35

BLUE HILL

 

Reportable vehicle accident in the 5900blk of Blue Hill Rd, Manheim Twp

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

 

02/20/2019 10:44

TRINITY

Disabled vehicle in the area of Trinity and West College Avenue, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/20/2019 11:31

INDIAN ROCK DAM

10 disabled vehicles on Indian Road Dam Road and Heather Drive, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

02/20/2019 12:09

CLEARVIEW

 

Assisted North Codorus Twp fire department with a barn fire in the 2400blk of

Clearview Ln, North Codorus Twp

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/20/2019 12:44

 

STOVERSTOWN

Disabled vehicle report in the area of Stoverstown at Rockville Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

FRAUD

02/20/2019 15:00

ORCHARD VIEW

Fraud reported in the 3800blk of Orchard View Dr, Manheim Twp

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/20/2019 17:15

WILDASIN

 

Neighbor dispute on Wildasin Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

 

02/21/2019 00:25

MOULSTOWN

Disabled vehicle in the area of Moulstown Road and Packinghouse Road.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/21/2019 01:23

SPRING FORGE

Assist EMS in the 400 blk of Spring Forge Dr, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

02/21/2019 07:30

MACKENZI

 

Assist Other Police Department in the 3000blk of Mackenzi Ln. North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

02/21/2019 13:00

 

ROCKVILLE

Check welfare in the 1800blk of Rockville Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DRUG EQUIPMENT VIOLATIONS

02/21/2019 13:45

ARMORY

Maurice Allen, of York, was charged with possession of marijuana after a

violation of his parole, in the 3500blk of Armory Ct, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

 

02/21/2019 15:30

MAIN

Private property two vehicle crash in the 500 block of North Main Street,

Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/21/2019 17:39

GLATCO LODGE

Suspicious circumstances in the 1200 blk of Glatco Lodge Rd, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

02/22/2019 09:21

N MAIN

 

Field contact in the 400 block of N Main St.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/22/2019 09:59

 

N MAIN

Alarm in the first block of North Main Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

02/22/2019 09:59

OLD JOSEPH

Non criminal investigation in the 3800 block of Old Joseph Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

DISORDERLY CONDUCT

02/22/2019 14:00

BLACK ROCK

 

Glenville man cited for Disorderly Conduct in the 5700 block of Black Rock Rd

 

 

 

FRAUD

 

02/22/2019 14:46

WOOL MILL

Fraud Report in the 6300 block of Wool Mill Rd.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/22/2019 15:38

SALEM

Suspicious circumstance in the 3700 block of Salem Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

02/22/2019 19:58

WOODCLIFF

 

Assist another dept in the 4000 Block of Woodcliff Cir

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/22/2019 20:30

 

N MAIN

Ambulance assist at 100 blk of N. Main St

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/22/2019 23:58

N MAIN

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/22/2019 23:58

N MAIN

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/23/2019 07:31

HIGH ROCK

 

Tree down on wires in the 600 block of High Rock Rd.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

02/23/2019 09:35

 

N MAIN

Assist other police in the 500 block of N Main St.

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/23/2019 13:11

YORK

Erratic driver in the 5900 block of YOrk Rd.

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/23/2019 14:36

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Traffic complaint in the 1500 block of Seven Valleys Rd.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

02/23/2019 15:58

SOUTH EAST

Ambulance assist in the first block of S East St.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/23/2019 18:16

SOUTH EAST

Suspicious circumstance at 100 blk of S. East St

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/23/2019 21:02

 

OLD HANOVER

Disabled vehicle at Old Hanover @ Sycamore.

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

02/23/2019 21:25

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

02/23/2019 23:22

TUNNEL HILL

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

 

02/24/2019 04:20

ELM

Animal complaint at N. Elm @ W. Hanover St

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/24/2019 08:59

PARK

Neighbor dispute in the 1800 block of Park Rd.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/24/2019 13:48

INDIAN ROCK DAM

 

alarm in the 3400 block of Indian Rock Dam rd

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/24/2019 14:11

 

MOULSTOWN

Traffic complaint in the area of Moulstown Rd near Glatco Lodge Rd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/24/2019 16:09

GLATCO LODGE

Erratic driver complaint in the area of Glatco Lodge Rd near Moulstown Rd.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

02/24/2019 19:06

PORTERS

 

Field contact at Porters Rd near Marburg Rd

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

 

02/24/2019 20:06

YORK

Field contact at 5500 blk of York Rd

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

02/24/2019 20:17

SEVEN VALLEYS

Tree down at Seven Valleys @ Zeiglers Church Rd

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/24/2019 21:33

WALTERSDORFF

 

Parking issue at 5000 blk of Waltersdorff Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

02/24/2019 23:23

 

BLOOMING GROVE

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

02/25/2019 01:16

INDIAN ROCK DAM

Tree down at 3400 blk of Indian Rock Dam Rd

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

02/25/2019 02:11

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Tree down Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

 

02/25/2019 02:26

WALTERSDORFF

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

02/25/2019 05:05

SKYVIEW

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

02/25/2019 05:21

SKYVIEW

 

Tree down in the 4100 block of Skyview Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

02/25/2019 11:09

 

SLAGEL

Assisted North Codorus Fire Department in the 2100blk of Slagel Rd, North

Codorus Twp

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

02/25/2019 13:20

BLACK ROCK

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC OFFENSES

02/25/2019 14:55

TRINITY

 

Brian Richard Redding, of York, was charged with leaving the scene of an

accident in the 9002blk of Trinity Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

02/25/2019 14:55

TRINITY

 

Reportable vehicle accident in the 900blk of Trinity Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

02/25/2019 16:29

EAST

Welfare check in the 100 block of Southeast Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

02/25/2019 17:36

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Struck deer in the 2300 blk of Seven Valleys Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/25/2019 19:45

YORK

Erratic driver in the area of York Road and Hilltop Drive.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/25/2019 20:00

YORK

 

Disabled vehicle in the area of Jefferson Rd and York Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

02/25/2019 20:04

 

WEST HANOVER

Field contact in the first block of W Hanover St.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/25/2019 23:22

N MAIN

Erratic driver report in the 500 blk of N Main St, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/25/2019 23:47

WEST HIGHLAND

 

Assist EMS in the 100 blk of W Highland Ave, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

 

02/26/2019 07:30

NOSS

Non-criminal other in the 2000blk of Noss Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

SIMPLE PHYSICAL ASSAULTS

02/26/2019 09:00

MESSERSMITH

 

 

 

 

LIQUOR LAW-ALL OTHER VIOLATIONS

02/26/2019 09:00

 

TRINITY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OFFENSES AGAINST FAMILY-CHILD ABUSE

 

02/26/2019 09:00

EAST

 

 

 

OTHER ASSAULTS – NOT AGGRAVATED

02/26/2019 09:00

 

BERLIN

 

 

 

WARRANTS-LOCAL-CRIMINAL

 

02/26/2019 10:25

ALDINGER

Warrant service in the 3400blk of Aldinger Ln, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/26/2019 13:13

MESSERSMITH

Noise complaint in the 3300blk of Messerssmith Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

DRUG INVESTIGATION

02/26/2019 13:15

College

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

02/26/2019 17:30

N MAIN

Non-Reportable, private property accident in the Kennie’s Market parking lot on

  1. Main Street, SGB

 

 

 

DRUG INVESTIGATION

02/26/2019 18:00

COLLEGE

 

MENTAL HEALTH

02/26/2019 18:25

WOODLAND

Mental health in the 9000 blk of Woodland Dr, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/26/2019 19:05

THOMAN

 

EMS call in the 6100 block of Thoman Drive.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/26/2019 20:24

 

SEVEN VALLEYS

Assist person in the 1600 block of Seven Valleys Road.

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/27/2019 00:26

N MAIN

MVA in the 400 block of N Main St.

 

 

HARASSMENT

02/27/2019 01:20

GLATFELTERS STATION

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

02/27/2019 07:58

E CONSTITUTION

Mental health call in the area of E Constitution at Hosiery Ave.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/27/2019 10:10

MANOR

 

Assisted ambulance in the 6600 block of Manor Drive, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

02/27/2019 13:10

 

YORK

Reportable vehicle accident in the 6800 block of York Road, Heidelberg

Township.

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/27/2019 13:50

SINSHEIM

Harassment in the 1600 block of Sinsheim Rd

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

02/27/2019 14:49

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Reportable vehicle accident in the area of Seven Valleys Rd near Green Valley

Rd.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

02/27/2019 17:56

SENFT

Report of an IRS scam in the 5600 block of Senft Rd

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/27/2019 18:12

BLOOMING GROVE

Ambulance assist at 5700 blk of Blooming Grove Rd

 

 

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-ALL OTHER

02/27/2019 20:11

STOVERSTOWN

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/27/2019 20:32

WEST SIDE

Suspicious circumstance in the 1800 block of West Side Ln

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

02/27/2019 21:19

YORK

 

Erratic driver on York rd

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/27/2019 21:45

 

CEDAR

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/27/2019 21:45

CEDAR

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

02/27/2019 23:40

THIRD

 

Domestic at 100 blk of Third Ave

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

02/28/2019 03:01

LEHMAN

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/28/2019 09:06

MARBURG

Ambulance assist in the 1300 block of Marburg Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

02/28/2019 09:19

E THIRD

 

911 hang up in the Spring Hollow Apartments.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

02/28/2019 10:05

 

SOUTH MAIN

Welfare check of juveniles in the first block of South Main Street, Spring

Grove Borough.

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/28/2019 10:24

OLD HANOVER

Erratic driver in the area of Old Hanover Rd and Iron Ridge Rd.

 

 

PUBLIC

02/28/2019 12:00

JEFFERSON

 

Rec’d vehicle repo information for the 2200 block of Jefferson Road, NCT

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

 

02/28/2019 12:45

ZIEGLERS CHURCH

Civil dispute in the 4600 block of Zeiglers Church Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

02/28/2019 13:19

SOUTH MAIN

Parking complaint in the 100 block of S Main St

 

 

 

 

THEFT – UNDER $50 – FROM BUILDINGS

02/28/2019 13:30

TUNNEL HILL

 

Theft report in the 3900 block of Tunnel Hill Rd.

 

 

 

PUBLIC

02/28/2019 14:10

SIMPSON

Police info in the 7300 block of Simpson Road, Manheim Township.

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/28/2019 14:18

THIRD

 

Assisted ambulance in the first block of East Third Avenue, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

 

02/28/2019 14:33

ZIEGLERS CHURCH

Domestic in the 4300 block of Zeiglers Church Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC RELATED – OTHER TRAFFIC

02/28/2019 17:26

YORK

Parking complaint in the first block of York Ave

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/28/2019 21:37

GLATFELTERS STA

 

Ambulance assist 6100 Glatfelter Station Rd.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/28/2019 21:37

 

GLATFELTERS STA

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

02/28/2019 22:17

BLACK ROCK

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/01/2019 02:14

GITTS RUN

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

03/01/2019 02:24

MARKLE

Suspicious vehicle on Markle Rd near Days Mill

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/01/2019 04:44

PAMADEVA

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

03/01/2019 06:26

DAYS MILL

 

Alarm located in the 3400 block of Days Mill Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

03/01/2019 09:08

 

YORK

Disabled vehicle in the area of York Rd and Gitts Run Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

03/01/2019 12:35

SALEM

Disabled vehicle in the area of Salem and Joseph Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

03/01/2019 14:10

STOVERSTOWN

 

Erratic driver in the area of Stoverstown at Lehman Roads, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

03/01/2019 15:56

TROLLEY

Assisted Penn twp ambulance in the 1500blk of Trolley Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/01/2019 19:59

INDIAN ROCK DAM

Suspicious circumstances in the 3300 blk of Indian Rock Dam Rd, North Codorus

Twp.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/02/2019 10:04

JAMESTOWN

 

Assisted Tri-Community ambulance in the 1900blk of Jamestown Ln, North Codorus

Twp

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-FROM AUTO (EXCPT

03/02/2019 10:26

 

JACOBS MILLS

Theft in the 1400 block of Jacobs Mill, Heidelberg Township.

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

03/02/2019 10:55

YORK

Assisted person in the 5800blk of York Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

03/02/2019 11:17

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

Vehicle into building in the 1400 block of Seven Valleys Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

03/02/2019 18:29

GREEN VALLEY

Suspicious circumstance in the 3800 block of Green Valley Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/02/2019 20:20

SHEFFER

EMS call in the 4900 block of Sheffer Ln.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

03/02/2019 20:49

BROWNSTONE

 

EMS call in the 2200 block of Brownstone Ln.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/02/2019 23:05

 

SOUTH WATER

Harassment in the first block of S Water St.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

03/02/2019 23:50

MOULSTOWN

Assist PD in the area of Moulstown Rd and Youngs Rd, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

03/03/2019 01:08

MACKENZIE

 

Domestic in the 3000 block of Mackenzi Ln.

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

 

03/03/2019 18:57

THOMAN

MVA in the area of Thoman Drive and Locust Road.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

03/03/2019 19:45

SEVEN VALLEYS

Assist motorist in the area of Seven Valleys Rd and Fair Ln, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT

03/03/2019 19:53

GLATFELTERS STA

 

Assist FD in the 6200 blk of Glatfelter’s Station Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

03/03/2019 20:03

 

MOULSTOWN

Disabled vehicle in the area of Moulstown Road and Trolley Road.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

03/03/2019 20:19

WEST JACKSON

Welfare check in the 200 blk of W Jackson St, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

03/03/2019 23:15

YORK

 

Disabled vehicle on York Rd near Mill Rd, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

 

03/03/2019 23:51

KITZMILLER

MVA in the area of Kitzmiller Road and Pentland Road.

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March 2019 Minutes

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE BOARD

March 13, 2019 – 7:00 PM

 

Meeting called to order by Chairman M. Bollinger at 7:00 pm. The following were in attendance:

  1. Shearer, R. Lint – North Codorus Twp. (NCT)
  2. Bollinger (Chairman), D. Schmidt – Heidelberg Twp. (HT)
  3. Miller (Vice-Chairman), S. Stambaugh (Secretary) – Manheim Twp. (MT)
  4. Hilt, R. Whyland – Spring Grove Borough (SGB)
  5. Bean – Chief of Police
  6. Nickell – Police Administrator
  7. Tilley – Solicitor

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: W. LeFever (NCT resident) stated that she is confident that public safety will not be jeopardized and that all four municipalities will work together to comprise a harmonious, acceptable compromise; and all four municipalities will continue to enjoy the safety of the Southwestern Regional Police Department. She asked the Board not to forget – “the first obligation of democracy is public safety” (Chief William J. Bratton, Ret LAPD).  She requested everyone remain committed to maintaining or improving public safety.  S. Hess (NCT resident) agreed with W. LeFever and asked if the Board would be discussing this tonight; M. Bollinger stated yes, and the floor will be open to public comment for additional comments if needed.  L. Lehman (NCT resident) stated that the elected officials are obligated to serve the residents.  He thinks a survey should be taken, especially of the NCT residents; the people need to be heard.  Every day he sees more and more signs posted throughout the municipalities, supporting the police department.  He believes people are becoming more upset about the situation. R. Hines (MT resident) thanked the Board for everything they are trying to do.  He expressed appreciation to everyone trying to keep the police department together.  He stated that if the residents lose this police department they will then realize how much they depend on them.  You will not get the same level of service from the State Police.  His residence is in the woods – he wants a police officer who 1) knows where his house is; 2) knows the area well enough to know where the woods surrounding his house lead to when/if chasing a suspect from his property.

 

MINUTES: Review of the minutes of February 13, 2019.  Motion by R. Whyland, second by L. Miller to approve the minutes as presented.  Motion carried with (1) abstention; M. Bollinger due to not attending the February meeting.

 

TREASURER’S REPORT: (Attachment A) Treasurer’s Report was presented. Motion by L. Miller, second by S. Stambaugh to accept the Treasurer’s Report as presented.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

CHIEF’S REPORT:

 

Chief stated there were 310 calls for service, 146 traffic stops, and 32 criminal charges filed on 20 offenders. A couple of the highlights for the month – 1) In NCT a hit and run accident was reported on Salem Road.  A vehicle was hit from behind while stopped.  The person in the stopped vehicle hit their head on the steering wheel and needed medical attention; the striking vehicle fled the scene.  The fleeing vehicle was barely drivable, and was seen headed toward Rt. 30.   It was called in as a disabled vehicle on Seven Valleys Rd.   The officer arrived and realized it was the striking vehicle, driver was charged with Leaving the Scene of an Accident and Failure to Render Aid. Another traffic incident occurred on Trinity Road in NCT.  An officer observed a vehicle traveling over 80 mph in front of them.  The vehicle did not initially pull over, but eventually did.  The driver was yelling at the officers, telling them to shoot him, being very uncooperative.  The driver was safely taken into custody and charged with DUI and Fleeing & Eluding.

 

Chief’s Notes (Attachment B): The Chief’s Notes were presented as attached with the following additional comments:

 

  • The gun ownership classes have been completed. The department provided four (4) classes and a total of 130 residents attended. The class for Manheim Township had the most in attendance – 58, to include Co-Chairman of the Police Board, Larry Miller.
  • The department received a $100 donation from St. Paul’s United Church of Christ on Stoverstown Road in NCT. They have made a donation every year since the department was formed. Over the years we have assisted them by conducting presentations at their Sunday school classes.
  • A draft copy of the 2018 annual report was provided to the Police Board several weeks ago. It will be published on the website after any changes requested by the Board are made. Highlights of the annual report include:
    • Crime is down 47% in our jurisdiction since 2003 – the cooperation of our residents has greatly assisted us in decreasing crime.
    • There were two (2) traffic deaths.
    • Drug Overdoses – there were seventeen (17) reported overdoses in 2018, down from thirty-four (34) in 2017 (a 50% reduction). There were three (3) deaths in 2018; four (4) in 2017.
    • The fleet of vehicles is aging with high mileage (over 150,000) on some of the cars. This will need to be addressed in the least expensive manner possible.Chief reported that Officer Poplin turned in a letter of resignation; his last day of employment was March 12th. He states one of the reasons for resigning is the instability of the department. He was a very good officer and our Firearms Instructor; a lot of time and effort went into his training. It is disheartening to see a quality officer leave.R. Whyland stated there was an error on page 10 of the annual report. Chief replied that he would make the correction. Once this is done he will put it on the website and distribute a copy to the municipal managers at his monthly meeting with each of them. There were no other questions or comments from the Board; they agreed it would be appropriate to share the report once the correction is made.OLD BUSINESS:

 

None

 

 

 

 

NEW BUSINESS:

 

Letter Received from NCT – M. Bollinger stated that in January a Personnel Committee comprising of B. Hilt and R. Whyland was assigned the task of putting a 2020 budget together for the purpose of saving money and keeping all four (4) municipalities together. An Executive Session was conducted about two weeks ago to discuss said 2020 budget and have the municipal representatives take it back to their respective Boards during an Executive Session to get their input/acceptance.   Heidelberg, Manheim and Spring Grove are willing to work with the budget presented; NCT sent a letter stating they intend to go through with the withdrawal.  Tonight the first step for the Police Board is to authorize legal counsel to begin negotiating the payments from NCT for next year. The following comments and questions were presented by the public:

    1. J. Rebert (NCT) asked:
      1. What did the letter from NCT say? M. Bollinger read the letter aloud, (attachment c). The letter basically states that they think they can provide better quality service at a cost savings, so they are going forward with separating from the department. It also states that Chief Bean did not recommend the reduction in staff as called for in the proposed 2020 budget.
      2. What was the proposed budget? Chief replied: Reducing police officer staff from 14 to 11. This provided just under 25% savings to the budget, and we would continue to provide 24/7 police coverage, although there would also be a 25% reduction in service hours.
      3. Why didn’t the Chief recommend the staff reduction (as stated in the letter from NCT). Chief replied it is not true, this is a misunderstanding. What he said was 14 officers is exactly right for the service we presently provide. He presented the plan of 11 officers, and would not have done so if he didn’t think it was going to work. This plan reduces hours of services as well as personnel.
      4. Why didn’t NCT agree to the proposal? R. Shearer stated in part because the schedule included the Chief filling patrol shifts, and this goes against the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). He stated that early-on, before he was on the Police Board, Chief did work some patrol shifts and two (2) officers threatened to file a grievance because he was taking overtime away from the officers. R. Whyland stated that they (Personnel Committee) did not take the step of presenting this idea to the Police Association yet; they wanted to wait until they found out if all the municipalities were on-board with it first. There is also a change in health insurance carriers, which also needs to be negotiated with the Police Association. One of the municipal members had intended on buying some of the service hours from NCT and MT in order to maintain their present level of hours, but this was never discussed since we have not been able to get past step 1.
      5. What is the status of the actuarial study of the police pension? V. Nickell replied that the study has been ordered and she was told it would take at least three (3) months to complete. She informed the pension provider that was too long, and they said they would try to get it done as quickly as possible; she doesn’t expect to see is any earlier than two (2) months though (April).
    2. M. Bollinger listed the proposed 2020 budget as follows:
      1. NCT – Cut from $1,150, 493.83 to $866,068.73; savings of $284,425.10
      2. HT – Cut from $435,876.69 to $328,119.25; savings of $107,757.44
      3. MT – Cut from $387,479.20 to $291,686.59; savings of $95,792.61
      4. SGB – Cut from $401,603.65 to $302,319.19; savings of $99,284.46
    3. The letter sent by NCT must be taken seriously, regardless of the fact that we want them to stay. The Police Board needs to move forward and start the process of figuring out what NCT will owe for 2020.
    4. A NCT resident asked:
      1. How does this budget compare to other quotes NCT has received? R. Shearer stated that he has not received exact numbers yet, he is expecting a quote from West Manchester Township and Northern York Area Regional in May.
      2. If the quotes come back higher than the budget proposed above, will NCT rescind the letter to withdraw? R. Shearer stated that they could, but the process that they have started takes a very long time to complete. A lot of time and money has been invested in this, and it appears they can receive very good police service from either one for less money.
      3. Will NCT go with another department if the quote is higher? R. Shearer stated “no”, M. Bollinger reminded everyone that NCT will also be paying Southwestern Regional (SWRPD) a penalty for 2020, so will probably be paying substantially more than what another department quotes.
      4. Will taxes go up due to having to pay a penalty? R. Shearer answered that he doesn’t think M. Bollinger is correct about the penalty; he is making a “guesstimate”. He continued, stating the Police Association was wrong to send out letters stating that residents would no longer have police protection; they are playing on the emotions of the residents.
    5. J. Poplin (NCT resident), stated that NCT has done the same thing in playing on people’s emotions in their recent letter. They state that the Chief did not support reducing staff to 11 officers – who would? If the best service is with 14 officers, why would he? You would expect him to say he prefers 14, but is presenting 11 in order to save money. By reducing hours you are reducing pro-active policing. He has arrested many people in NCT with narcotics & DUI’s; people that are completely obliterated on heroin, crack-cocaine, alcohol. This is accomplished during the time that NCT supervisors say they don’t need. He has been a resident of NCT for ten (10) years and bought a second home in the township so he could continue to work for the police department. The fact that NCT wants to reduce the time when officers are “doing nothing” is absurd in his opinion. The pro-active policing (patrol time) is when officers discover people breaking the law, i.e., driving while intoxicated. NCT had more hours per week than they are proposing when they had their own department (4 officers plus the Chief came to 200 hours a week). R. Shearer disputed this statement.
    6. Chief Bean interjected that SWRPD has the lowest hourly rate in the county, therefore; the only way for NCT to save money is to reduce their hours of service. They currently pay for 250 hours per week. We have tried to sell some hours to other communities, and that has not worked to-date. The proposed 2020 budget reduces their hours to 190 per week.
    7. M. Bollinger stated that the penalty has not been calculated yet; tonight the Board needs to authorize legal counsel to begin the process. There are two separate components – what will NCT quarterly payments be next year and what is the value of the assets (building) to be paid back to them over an extended time period. The Police Board has tried to present a budget to keep the department together, to no avail.
    8. M. Muir, Manheim Township Supervisor, requested more information on a statement made by R. Whyland regarding the possibility of there only being one officer on duty at times in the proposed budget. If there is only one officer working, and they are on a call in SGB when another call comes in for MT, how can they respond? This would not be 24/7 service. R. Whyland replied that in order to avoid that situation the Sergeants and the Chief would be used to fill shifts as needed. B. Hilt stated that even now there are times when we require back up from surrounding departments and vice versa.
    9. S. Hess (NCT resident) stated he finds it hard to believe that another department will be able to deliver the service they receive today at a reduced cost.
        1. What does NCT want in order to make this work? R. Shearer explained that the event that brought this situation about was when the Police Board began talking about selling some hours in order to save money. NCT contacted Jackson Township (JT) at that time, and was told they were paying $752,000 for 2019, as compared to the proposed SWRPD budget of $1,050,000 for NCT.   The demographics of JT are similar to NCT, with a little more industry and slightly higher population density. He then asked for and received permission from the NCT Board to ask Northern Regional for a ball-park figure. Northern Regional asked for three (3) years of crime stats and calls for service. After he supplied them with that information they called him with a ball-park figure of between $685,000 – $700,000 for 2019. They explained this would be the same service that JT receives, and they have 1,000 more calls for service in a year than NCT. This was all verbal, he doesn’t have anything in writing.
        2. Are they hiring additional officers that will be stationed in NCT? R. Shearer stated yes, they are hiring more officers, and West Manchester told him the same thing, only they would require an additional .5 officer to provide service. M. Bollinger stated that if they are hiring more officers that means they have given NCT numbers and are getting ready to take over their police service. R. Shearer stated that he has not seen a contract yet.
        3. S. Hess stated he has no problem paying for SWRPD. He feels comfortable with the service they provide, he will not feel comfortable getting service from a department located in a different area. NCT needs to mail a survey to every resident in NCT to find out what the residents want. If the majority of the residents want SWRPD, shouldn’t they be permitted to have them? R. Shearer stated that the NCT Board of Supervisors intends to provide excellent police service for their residents, there is no reason they wouldn’t. S. Hess stated that this decision not only affects NCT, but the police department will not survive. M. Bollinger stated that is not a known fact yet, we are working on ways to keep the remaining municipalities intact.
        4. L. Miller stated that the residents need to realize that the NCT supervisors are doing exactly what they have been elected to do – providing for the health, safety and welfare, work the will of the majority, and spend tax dollars in a responsible manner. Finding out the will of the majority can be difficult. If NCT can realize a 30% savings by using another police department, then they should, and in doing so will be doing what they were elected to do. Chief Bean said in a previous meeting that NCT could do with 100 hours less. Chief disputed this, stating he has the memo that he sent out regarding this (selling time to New Freedom), and it states 26 hours less per week for NCT. He stated the 100 hours that has been brought up in previous meetings was never suggested by him.   L. Miller stated that the state calculates the level of service a municipality needs based on three (3) years of call history, road miles and population.   This is the calculation Northern Regional and West Manchester use to determine what level of service is needed and the cost. If they can provide adequate service at 30% less, that is what the residents elected them to do.

    10. S. Hess did not agree with L. Miller; he said he elected them to do what the residents of the community want done. If you drive around the township you will see all the signs in support of keeping the police department. He thinks it is obvious what the majority wants; but believes a survey would be the best way to find out for sure.
  • W. LeFever (NCT resident) stated she has several concerns. She understands the desire of NCT to save residents money, but their role is to enact the will of the people. She believes a simple survey asking what the residents want mailed to every residence is the way to find out the will of the majority. If NCT is not willing to conduct a survey, maybe this is something the residents could undertake. NCT is not looking at the big picture. If saving money destabilizes the police department to the point they do not exist they are not serving the best interests of any of the residents, to include those in our other municipalites.   It is in everybody’s best interest to keep SWRPD intact; she encouraged people to pack the meetings of NCT and keep telling the elected representatives what they want. She acknowledged that R. Shearer has said there are people that support leaving SWRPD, but she believes the vast majority of the people do not and once again encouraged a survey.

 

  1. M. Muir (MT supervisor) stated that he agrees with what W. LeFever stated about this having an effect on the other municipalities and that we should be doing what is best for our townships. MT looked into surrounding police departments and found them to be closer than the SWRPD station. They also said they would provide more patrol time. It isn’t cut and dry to say that SWRPD is the best for everybody. Chief Bean stated that this was a pretty bold statement – is there any documentation that shows the response times will be quicker and that you’ll have more patrol time from another department for less money?   M. Muir replied that he read an article in the newspaper this weekend that stated the Chief said he could not give them response times because he has never tracked it; so he cannot even give those numbers.   When MT has a police department three (3) minutes from their boarder, he assumes the response time will be quicker. Chief Bean stated he wants to see documentation to back this claim up.   The reason he cannot give a response time is because each call is different. If the call is a woman being chased by her husband with a knife, the response time is very quick; it it’s the dog ran out the back door last night, it’s not as fast. A municipality gets the fastest response when they have an officer assigned to their area. M. Muir asked what if the other departments assign an officer to their area.   Chief responded that they would pay twice as much as they do now.   M. Muir stated he does not understand how the Chief can unequivocally say that SWRPD has faster response times to MT than departments that border their municipality.   Chief stated he has lived and breathed it for 17years, so he can unequivocally say this. M. Muir stated that was very bold – Chief replied it is completely factual. R. Whyland stated that this exchange goes to prove to everybody here that there is more than money involved in this situation. These are discussions that end up in personnel files. If people had been attending the Police Board meetings routinely they would have heard similar conversations. This is not something he is willing to sit here and discuss.
  2. D. Schmidt stated the letter from NCT says, “When the Chief was asked a direct question with regards to the municipal budget and personnel changes he made it clear that he doesn’t recommend it. Therefore, if the Chief doesn’t support these changes the SWRP Board has to have questions whether or not this will work.” He wrote down what the Chief said when the 2020 budget proposal was made and the Chief did not say he didn’t support it, his words were, “it’s not ideal”. He thinks there is a difference in saying he doesn’t support the change (reducing officers from 14 to 11) – he never said he doesn’t support it, just that it’s not ideal. This part of the letter from NCT paints the wrong impression – that the Chief doesn’t support the reduction of officers, when that is not what he said. R. Shearer said Chief said at their meeting he did not recommend it. If someone doesn’t recommend something, how will they enforce it? D. Schmidt said when someone states something isn’t ideal, that is a completely difference concept than not supporting it.   He never gave the impression that he wouldn’t work with it or support it. He’s a professional, he’s been doing this for many years and he know what’s ideal, and that is what he said – he said 14 officers was ideal.
  3. J. Rebert stated that prior to regionalizing they had three (3) separate police departments with three (3) separate chiefs. Everyone worked together for the greater good. Some of the current officers came from these three (3) original departments; they know the jurisdictions much better than any other department that would take over. They know the EMS personnel, losing these officers will be a liability to those in the fire and ambulance departments.   He can’t believe NCT can’t be more patient and work out their issues instead of leaving. NCT has written two (2) letters stating their intent to leave, and they don’t even have their facts & figures from the other departments yet. R. Shearer stated NCT has been very patient; and J. Rebert should know it takes time to get information from others.
  4. A NCT resident stated that the Chief raised his hand and took an oath, and for the NCT supervisors to think he would not adhere to that oath and support the department in the ways to keep it together is very disrespectful to him.   Board members need to remember they were elected to serve the residents.
  5. A NCT resident asked R. Shearer if he could confirm at the next NCT meeting whether or not they are going to do a survey. R. Shearer stated that this decision was a long time in the making, they have been struggling with this for years. Especially the last four (4) years. He sat through the negotiating of two (2) police contracts and they did not go the way they should have. The reaction of the officers has been very disappointing; they have come to public meetings and said they are willing to talk and their door is open. There was a meeting between some board members and some officers a few months ago and they had nothing to say – this put them back to “ground zero”.   He is up for re-election this year, all the people have to do is vote him out, he stated he won’t lose any sleep over it. He feels very strongly about his beliefs and thinks he is doing what is best for the residents of NCT; he cannot help it if they do not believe that.
  6. J. Poplin (NCT resident) stated that he was at the meeting R. Shearer just referred to, and R. Shearer sat in the meeting for an hour and did not say a word. The whole purpose of the meeting was to give the Board members an opportunity to tell the officers what they want changed, and he did not say a word. There are always two sides to every story, and it appears that Mr. Shearer keeps feeding his side to everyone in order to achieve his personal agenda. He isn’t disputing that the officers didn’t discuss issues, but the whole story needs to be told. L. Miller also attended the meeting, and he had a lot to say, J. Poplin stated he appreciated what he had to say. L Miller stated that the officers invited the Board members to the meeting, so they assumed the officers had specific items to discuss. A couple Board members cannot discuss things without the approval of the entire Police Board. This is why they were expecting the officers to have some ideas to present to them. J. Poplin stated they were expecting an open conversation about what they could do to make the Police Board happier. He takes responsibility for the fact that the officers did not have specific items to discuss, but you can’t say they didn’t say anything – they talked for almost an hour. R. Shearer didn’t say anything until the very end of the meeting, and all he said was that he enjoyed being a Supervisor. To say the officers did not participate in the dialogue is absolutely false. His point is you have to tell people the whole story, not just your half. W. Tilley stated that the Police Board needs to begin the process of negotiating the Separation Agreement. He needs to talk with their solicitor. In particular, NCT will continue to make quarterly payments in 2020. The budget may be less so their payments may be less. According to the Articles of Agreement they get a credit toward those payments for the balance of the items contributed after depreciation has been applied. According to Exhibit “B” of the Articles of Agreement the amount of the items contributed was $124,000 and he expects the items have now depreciated to zero. If NCT disagrees, we can get a court to interpret the agreement. An agreement needs to be made about this before the end of the year in order for all members to do their 2020 budgeting.   The Board needs to authorize him to start negotiating the 2020 payments with the NCT solicitor. The second part of the Separation Agreement that needs addressed is the expenses attributed to the separation, but that can be done in 2020 after the separation has occurred. The thing the Board needs to address tonight is starting the process of negotiating a Separation Agreement. R. Whyland asked if the Board is bound by regulations to have the budget ready for 2020. W. Tilley explained the municipalities have a deadline for their budgets, and that is where the timing of the police budget comes in. M. Bollinger stated that if we do not have a budget we continue using the 2017 budget. R. Whyland asked if all eight (8) Police Board members get to vote on the 2020 budget up until 12/31/19. W. Tilley stated “yes”, because they are all members. R. Shearer asked the Board if they are comfortable having Stock & Leader represent them in this matter. M. Bollinger and B. Hilt stated “yes”; any disagreements can be ruled on by the court. R. Shearer thinks it should be voted upon. M. Bollinger stated that since NCT has their own legal representation he doesn’t see any problem with using Stock & Leader. R. Shearer stated it would be very easy to get another legal opinion on what the Articles of Agreement say. M. Bollinger said time constraints would not allow us to delay this another couple of months. L. Miller asked if W. Tilley will be able to negotiate this without emotion playing a part. W. Tilley replied that he does not think he has been emotional here. L. Miller stated that sometimes he gets a feeling W. Tilley tends to try to get things to happen according to his wishes. He has had concerns in the past, but as of now he is satisfied with what has been done. W. Tilley replied that it is a very difficult time to navigate. He is trying to give the best advice he can based on the information he is given. His job is to protect the rights of the Police Department and each municipality and to get through things without everything blowing apart. Based on the discussions tonight he thinks everyone understands one another’s position, even if they don’t agree with it. It has all been laid out well for the public tonight. The path forward is not to focus on personal issues, but on the legal aspects of the situation in order to facilitate the departure if it comes, and if it doesn’t then you can work things out with the budget and negotiations with the Police Association. L. Miller stated W. Tilley talking about “things blowing apart” concerns him; that is an emotional statement. His statements should be limited to legal, not emotional. W. Tilley stated there are options and decisions an attorney makes about how to proceed. He is giving his recommendation for how to proceed on a legal basis. He has laid out the discussion points that he thought would be appropriate and constructive for each municipality and the Police Board. There are other options that one could do; i.e. file an injunction action, but he does not think that is the right thing to do. He is recommending what he thinks is right for moving forward. If the Board authorizes him to begin negotiating the Separation Agreement and that goes quickly, then the budget process can begin, it avoids litigation; it stabilizes the department for at least the next twelve (12) months. W. Tilley thanked L. Miller for his questions and allowing him the opportunity to explain. L. Miller was satisfied with the explanation given by W. Tilley.Motion by R. Whyland, second by D. Schmidt authorizing W. Tilley to being negotiating the Separation Agreement with the North Codorus solicitor. Motion carried with one (1) opposing vote (R. Shearer).OTHER ITEMS:V. Nickell stated that if the department is going to end its contract with Benecon for the health insurance we need to notify them by June 30th. This is something that the Board needs to begin examining so it can be done in a timely manner. Changing will have to be negotiated with the Officer’s Association because it will not be the exact same benefit; some of the co-pays are higher. M. Bollinger stated the next step is for the Negotiation Committee to meet and review the new insurance. The Negotiating Committee comprises of B. Whyland, B. Hilt, L. Miller and R. Shearer.V. Nickell reminded the Board members that she needs their Financial Interest Statements by the next meeting. So far she has received them from R. Whyland and B. Hilt.Motion by L. Miller second by M. Bollinger to approve the Negotiating Committee holding a meeting with the Police Officers Association concerning health insurance changes. Motion carried unanimously.D. Schmidt asked if Chief Bean has been using the “Next Door” app. Chief explained it is a social networking app that people use to chat about things going on within their neighborhood. He thinks this is a very good venue to enable discussion back and forth with our residents. D. Schmidt explained it is a free service that he used in Maryland, you sign up by municipality. Sgt. Greene monitors the app and keeps the Chief updated.An Executive Session was to be held, but Chief said he can address the issue through a memo to the Board at a later time. R. Shearer stated that he thinks we need an Executive Session to discuss personnel. R. Whyland stated that he does not want the Annual Report distributed until the correction has been made. W. LeFever asked if the Board could share the 2020 budget proposal that NCT turned down.   R. Whyland stated that is not complete, there are other things that need to be done as we work through it, but they weren’t going to do that until NCT accepted it. The proposal resulted in a 25% reduction in cost to each municipality, as well as a reduction in hours of service.   It included the health insurance savings – which is a moving target.
  7. Meeting adjourned into executive session at 8:28 pm.
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V. Nickell

Police Administrator

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February 2019

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE

CALLS FOR SERVICE – TRAFFIC – ARRESTS

                                                February, 2019

 

CALLS FOR SERVICE:

 

North Codorus                                                                                                             147

Heidelberg                                                                                                                      58

Manheim                                                                                                                        40

Spring Grove                                                                                                                64

Outside Jurisdictions                                                                                                         1

Total Calls for Service:                                                                                             310

 

 

OUTSIDE JURISDICTION DETAIL:

 

West Manheim Township                                                                                                 1

 

TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT:

 

North Codorus

Tickets                                                                                                                           21

Written Warnings                                                                                                          37

 

Heidelberg

Tickets                                                                                                                             7

Written Warnings                                                                                                            11

 

Manheim

Tickets                                                                                                                           32

Written Warnings                                                                                                           24

 

Spring Grove

Tickets                                                                                                                            6

Written Warnings                                                                                                              8

 

ARREST CHARGES:

 

North Codorus                                                                                       22 (11 Offenders)

Heidelberg                                                                                                  6 (5 Offenders)

Manheim                                                                                                     2 (2 Offenders)

Spring Grove                                                                                              2 (2 Offenders)

 

 


 

ARREST CHARGES DETAIL:

 

North Codorus – (4) Theft; (4) Receiving Stolen Property; (4) DUI; (1) Fleeing & Eluding; (2) Possession/Drugs; (1) Possession/Paraphernalia; (1) Forgery; (1) ID Theft; (2) Harassment; (1) Leaving the Scene of an Accident; (1) Failure to Render Aid

 

Heidelberg – (1) Indecent Assault; (1) Corruption of Minors; (2) DUI; (2) Disorderly Conduct

 

Manheim – (1) Possession/Paraphernalia; (1) Disorderly Conduct

 

Spring Grove – (1) Possession w/Intent to Deliver; (1) Public Drunkenness

 

TIME COUNTING (as of 02/22/2019):

 

Hours Since 1/1/2005:

 

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus            180,272.79             180,367.44           +0.05% (Over 94.65 Hrs)

Heidelberg                    68,041.10               68,035.58           -0.01% (Under 5.52 Hrs)

Manheim                      62,512.85               62,483.35          -0.05% (Under 29.50 Hrs)

Spring Grove                60,600.26               60,540.63          -0.10% (Under 59.63 Hrs)

 

2019 Hours:

Allocated Hrs.           Hrs To-Date                 % (+) or (-)

 

North Codorus                 2,027.39                2,080.13          +2.602% (Over 52.74 Hrs)

Heidelberg                          768.10                    683.31            -11.039% (Under 84.79 Hrs)

Manheim                            682.81                   724.29           +6.074% (Over 41.48 Hrs)

Spring Grove                      707.70                 698.27           -1.332% (Under 9.43 Hrs)

 

Patrol Time YTD          Investigative Time YTD

 

North Codorus             64.3978%                    35.6022%

Heidelberg                    65.0834%                    34.9166%

Manheim                      60.3220%                    39.6780%

Spring Grove                54.4889%                    45.5111%

 

Patrol Time ’09-‘19      Investigative Time ’09-‘19

 

North Codorus             59.5010%                    40.4990%

Heidelberg                    59.9112%                    40.0888%

Manheim                      59.1358%                    40.8642%

Spring Grove                51.0295%                    48.9705%

 

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February 2019 Minutes

SOUTHWESTERN REGIONAL POLICE BOARD

February 13, 2019 – 7:00 PM

 

Meeting called to order by Vice-Chairman L. Miller at 7:00 pm. The following were in attendance:

  1. Shearer, Rick Lint – North Codorus Twp. (NCT)
  2. Schmidt – Heidelberg Twp. (HT)
  3. Miller (Vice-Chairman), S. Stambaugh (Secretary) – Manheim Twp. (MT)
  4. Hilt, R. Whyland – Spring Grove Borough (SGB)
  5. Bean – Chief of Police
  6. Nickell – Police Administrator
  7. Tilley – Solicitor

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: M. Muir, MT resident and Supervisor had the following comments and questions:

  • Who wrote the letter from the Police Association?
    • Chief stated he had not seen the letter, he only knows that the Police Association wanted to inform the community that a conversation was going on.
    • Sgt. Stalcup (in the audience) stated that he did not personally write it, but it was reviewed by the Association’s legal counsel.
  • The letter is addressed to MT residents, and states that MT is thinking of withdrawing from the department due to costs. M. Muir asked where the figures used in the letter came from (annual cost, cost per resident per day, etc.).
    • Sgt. Stalcup replied that due to the fact he was not directly involved in writing the letter, he cannot say. He pointed out that at last month’s meeting Officer Lindenmuth spoke during Public Comment and stated the cost per resident per day for each municipality, so he was involved in putting calculations together.
  • M. Muir stated that the MT Supervisors have never stated that they were withdrawing from the department because they are paying too much. Their question has always been what the department and budget will be without NCT.  They asked this question back in September/early October and still have not received an answer from the Chief, other than the price will remain the same and the service will be cut in half. M. Muir asked Chief to verify some of the items listed on the letter as facts; since the letter came from the department.
    • Chief replied that he had nothing to do with the letter, and has not even read it so he cannot verify anything listed in it. The letter came from the Police Association, not him. M. Muir was incredulous that a letter could come from the officers and the Chief would not be aware of it. Chief stated that he cannot speak to any of the numbers contained in the letter; he has been spending all of his time trying to keep the four (4) municipalities together. He has not addressed what the department would look like without NCT because he is hoping they don’t leave.
  • M. Muir stated he understands, but the letter states as a fact that MT would pay $334,000 a year for 24-hour service if NCT pulls out – is that correct? Chief Bean replied that he personally told M. Muir that would not be the case when they met one-on-one previously.
  • M. Muir stated that he personally has received phone calls from residents stating that officers are driving through their township soliciting people to talk to their supervisors because MT is thinking of pulling out because they are paying too much. A business owner told him that he called into the department to ask a question about an on-going police matter and the officer on duty told him he needs to go to a township meeting to see what his supervisors are up to. These phone calls are what prompted him to meet with the Chief one-on-one. At that time he told Chief in no uncertain terms that MT was not considering withdrawing because of budget concerns; they approved $350,000 for police coverage in the MT budget; and the letter that went to the residents is not factual and basically lying to the residents. At that time Chief denied knowing anything about the letter or the phone calls; M. Muir has a hard time believing this because one of the residents stated they received an e-mail from the Chief stating the same facts. Chief replied when residents ask him for information he gives it to them and it is done independently from anything the Police Association does.
  • M. Muir stated that if anybody asks why MT is considering to withdraw, the answer is and always has been – what does the department look like when NCT leaves? Chief had told him he would speak with the officers, and then a week later the letter went out to the residents. He has seen the Chief on the news a couple of times, stating that he is disappointed that MT may withdraw due to cost concerns, M. Muir states this is not true. Does MT have any recourse for misinformation coming from the Police Association/ Department? He stated that MT is losing trust in the Chief, as the same things keep happening over and over. Chief doesn’t have time to get back to them, but he has time to be interviewed for the news media.
    • Chief replied to M. Muir, stating that when residents ask what is happening he responds to them in detail through e-mail. He offered to show the e-mail to M. Muir when they met one-on-one, and M. Muir declined to look at it. (M. Muir stated that he saw the e-mail.)
    • Addressing officers “campaigning” on-duty, Chief had asked M. Muir who was doing it so he could address the issue; M. Muir declined to tell him who it was. Chief wants to address any issues that any of the municipalities have, but he cannot do so if he is not provided complete information.
    • He is doing everything he can to keep all four (4) municipalities together. When anyone from the media asks him questions, it is his duty to provide them with information. Informing the people is the responsibility of any government entity.
    • When he spoke with Fox 43 (at their request, not his) he said that Manheim Township is concerned about North Codorus withdrawing and that is why the conversation is occurring – this is what M. Muir asked him to tell the media.
    • He doesn’t understand why he is being depicted at the bad guy, he is doing everything the Police Board has directed him to do and he is trying to keep the four (4) communities together. He sees the department as a strong value to the 18,000 residents the department serves, and he is trying to make sure it continues.
    • The Police Board has directed him to cut costs; he has done everything he can to formulate cost-cutting measures.
    • It was not his idea, nor would he even suggest, that we send out letters to the residents.
  • M. Muir stated that L. Miller had reached out to two of the Police Board members in early November to discuss the NCT intention to withdraw and he was told that the solicitor told them they could not discuss it. This was cleared up in January, and they have since met to discuss it. The MT residents have never been informed that if NCT leaves they will be paying the same and receiving half the amount of service. Anyone he has told has responded with “why would we do that?”.   This is the information that

needs to get out; not that MT was complaining about the budget. He is very disappointed that this is what people are hearing from the Chief and the officers.  L. Miller assured M. Muir that the Police Board would be discussing the matter.

 

  1. LeFever, NCT resident, thanked the Officers’ Association for the letter they sent, stating it was concise and easy to understand. She appreciates their efforts to keep residents informed. She is confident in the Police Board to resolve this issue to everyone’s satisfaction; she was extremely encouraged after the January Police Board meeting. She believes if everyone is willing to give a little we will be able to retain our local police department, even if it means receiving less hours of service.  R. Shearer responded to W. LeFever, stating that the letter sent out by the Officers’ Association says NCT is taking away the local police department.  He said NCT never said they were taking local police away, and he doesn’t know what that letter meant by that.  W. LeFever stated that Southwestern Regional is their local police department, and if NCT withdraws they are taking away their local police.  R. Shearer asked if they hire another police department wouldn’t they be considered local?  He stated that he has said many times that they are getting prices from at least two (2) other police departments and having conversations with the State Police.  He stated that they are not taking away local police – W. LeFever stated the residents’ perception is that they are, and this was the perception before the letter was sent by the Officers’ Association.

 

MINUTES: Review of the minutes of January 9, 2019.  Motion by R. Whyland, second by S. Stambaugh to approve the minutes as presented.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

TREASURER’S REPORT: (Attachment A) Treasurer’s Report was presented. L. Miller asked why the overtime for January was high – over $5,500.  Chief stated he will look into the cause (maybe due to holidays) and e-mail everyone with his findings. L. Miller stated he was shocked that County Court was almost $1,000.   B. Hilt asked if the taser sent for repair was one of the new ones purchased last year.  Chief replied yes, it is still under warranty but we had to pay the shipping.  She then asked what “blue gun training tasers” were.  Chief explained it is training with a “dummy” taser, in response to the accidental shooting incident at Santander Bank in May of 2018.  A check was written for towing a stolen vehicle – will we get reimbursed for this?  Chief replied yes, usually the car insurance will reimburse us.  Motion by L. Miller, second by R. Whyland to approve the Treasurer’s Report pending the question on overtime being answered. Motion passed with one opposed (R. Shearer).

 

CHIEF’S REPORT:

 

Chief stated there were 347 calls for service in January, 181 traffic stops and 18 criminal charges were filed on 11 offenders. There weren’t any questions regarding the crime stats.

 

An incident occurred in SGB involving a father going to a residence looking for his adult son. He forced his way into the home and punched the homeowner in the face.  He then left, as his son was not there.  Offender was arrested at his home.

 

Chief’s Notes (Attachment B): The Chief’s Notes were presented as attached with the following additional comments:

 

    • Southwestern Regional Cuts Crime In Half – We have been looking at a lot of information in the quest to cut costs, and realized that since our first full year of service (2003) to December 31, 2018, Part I and Part II crimes have been reduced by 47%. We actually had twice the number of incidents we had expected in the beginning, mostly due to the fact that residents realized they had a 24/7 police department and called things in that they previously wouldn’t have.
  • Reinventing the Department Update – We are looking into reducing staff by two (2) officers. Doing so would drop our cost to $108 per resident and give us 0.6 officers per thousand residents. In comparing with other regional police departments in York County we would still be the least expensive, and the highest comes in at $214 per resident with 1.3 officers per thousand residents.
  • Gun Ownership Classes – To-date we have conducted classes for NCT and SGB residents; MT has had 48 people signed up for the class being held February 26, HT class is scheduled for March 12th. All classes are conducted here at 6:30 pm.Press Releases – There were eight (8) Press Releases this past month. One involved the school bus wreck pictured on the Chiefs Notes. The bus looks heavily damaged, but thanks to the design of the seats (high backs) nobody was injured.L. Miller asked if crime stats are down in part because crimes are changing, i.e., those that call for an ambulance where Narcan is administered cannot be criminally charged. Chief replied that he thinks it is because people are calling before small things become a crime. For example, people are more inclined to call 911 regarding a domestic when they feel comfortable calling for police, thereby preventing a possible assault with the timely arrival of an officer. Crime has been trending down across the country, and that is probably a contributing factor also.OLD BUSINESS:

 

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Administrative Pay Raises – Chief Bean explained that due to the fact that the Police Board did not approve a budget for 2019 there haven’t been any raises for the administrative staff. Officers received a 3% raise per the CBA.  He offered to forgo his raise, but feels the other two administrative employees should receive theirs.  The total would amount to $2,066.  Motion by R. Whyland, second by R. Shearer to table this until next month.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

NEW BUSINESS:

 

Personnel Committee Report – R. Whyland reported that he and B. Hilt have spent a good deal of time in trying to formulate a 2020 budget with less personnel. They have tried to look at it in the context of hours of service instead of number of personnel.  Presently with 14 officers the cost for service is $85 an hour.  They are setting goals and putting a timeline together, expecting final action by May.  They requested an Executive Session to discuss specific personnel issues.

 

Peoples Bank Dormant Account Fee – V. Nickell reported that Peoples Bank is going to begin charging $5 per month on the Sick Leave & Vacation bank account because there hasn’t been a deposit made in two (2) years. This fee can be avoided if we make a temporary transfer into that account, but she is requesting Board approval to do so.  Motion by S. Stambaugh, second by R. Whyland to make a temporary transfer into the Sick Leave & Vacation bank account in order to avoid the Dormant Account Fee.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

OTHER ITEMS:

 

  1. Nickell distributed the annual Statement of Financial Interests form and requested Board members return it at the next Board meeting, as they now have to be mailed to the Ethics Committee instead of being held by the Department as in previous years.

 

The Board recessed into Executive Session to discuss personnel issues and cost savings at 7:45 pm, with action expected upon reconvening.

 

Meeting reconvened into Public Session at 9:20 pm. Motion by L. Miller, second by B. Hilt to authorize the Personnel Committee to assemble a new budget and work with the Chief on the staffing plan and schedule.  The budget and plan will be reviewed by the Board in Executive Session to decide whether to submit it to all municipalities for review and comment.  If so, the municipalities will decide if the Collective Bargaining Agreement proposals in the plan are authorized to be negotiated by the Police Board.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Motion by B. Hilt, second by S. Stambaugh to authorize the actuary to begin an actuarial study of the pension to determine if early retirement benefits can be offered to senior employees. Motion carried unanimously.

 

Meeting adjourned at 9:23 pm.

 

Submitted by:

 

V. Nickell

Police Administrator

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02/04/2019 – 02/17/2019

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/04/2019 05:10

LEHMAN

Disabled vehicle at 5300 blk of Lehman Rd

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/04/2019 06:55

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

 

PUBLIC

02/04/2019 06:59

KEENEY

Police information at 3200 blk of Keeney ct

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

02/04/2019 07:13

LAKE CLUB

Business alarm at 2000 blk of Lake Club Ln

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC

02/04/2019 09:52

CANNON

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

02/04/2019 10:55

 

CANNON

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/04/2019 11:21

DAYS MILL

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

02/04/2019 15:24

CEDAR

 

 

 

 

 

NARCOTICS-POSSESSION-MARIJUANA,ETC.

02/04/2019 15:52

Drug investigation, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/04/2019 18:05

GITTS RUN

 

Assault report in the 600 block of Gitts Run Rd.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

 

02/04/2019 19:57

JACOBS MILLS

Hit and run, struck mailbox in the 1500 block of Jacobs Mill Rd.

 

 

 

 

DRUG INVESTIGATION

02/04/2019 20:15

Drug investigation in North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/05/2019 01:09

N PINE

 

Ambulance assist in the 400 block of N Pine Ave

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/05/2019 04:28

 

PATRIOT

Intoxicated driver struck 2 parked vehicles on Patriot St.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/05/2019 06:36

SOUTH EAST

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

02/05/2019 08:46

EAGLE RIDGE

 

 

 

 

ASSAULTS – OTHER ASSAULTS (SIMPLE)

 

02/05/2019 09:00

THIRD

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

02/05/2019 09:51

 

N MAIN

 

 

 

NARCOTICS-SALE-MARIJUANA, HASHISH,

02/05/2019 19:00

E THIRD

Derek Lee Jackson of Spring Grove arrested for Possession of a Controlled

Substance with the intent to deliver.

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

 

02/05/2019 21:50

YORK

Disabled tractor trailer on York Rd

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

02/06/2019 05:56

STOVERSTOWN

Struck deer in the 2200 blk of Stoverstown Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-MISCELLANEOUS

02/06/2019 12:00

N MAIN

 

Service call in the first block of North Main Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

ASSAULT-OTHER DANGEROUS WEAPON

02/06/2019 15:35

 

JUNCTION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/07/2019 07:15

YORK

 

Disabled vehicle reported on York Road in the area of Gitts Run Road,

Heidelberg Township.

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

 

02/07/2019 07:36

YORK

Reportable crash in the 5700 blk of York Rd, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/07/2019 09:30

COLLEGE

Suspicious circumstances in the 100 block of East College Avenue, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/07/2019 09:40

MANHEIM

 

Traffic problem in the 6600 blk of Manheim Rd, Manheim Twp.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/07/2019 10:21

 

N PINE

Assist person in the 300 blk of N Pine Ave, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/07/2019 11:53

INTERSECTION

Alarm in the 7300 blk of Intersection Rd., Manheim Twp.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/07/2019 13:04

SECOND

 

Assist EMS in the 200 blk of Second Ave, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

 

02/07/2019 13:10

WALTERS HATCHERY

Assist person in the 4700 block of Walters Hatchery Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

ALL OTHERS – PROTECTIVE ORDERS

02/07/2019 13:25

INTERSECTION

Domestic issues in the 7300 Intersection Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/07/2019 14:00

LITTLE JOHN

 

Assist person on Little John Drive, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/07/2019 15:07

 

SALEM

Disabled vehicle in the area of Salem Rd and Joseph Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/07/2019 16:02

JAMESTOWN

Assist EMS in the 1900 blk of Jamestown Ln, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

02/07/2019 16:45

MESSERSMITH

 

Domestic custody issue in the 3500 block of Messersmith Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

02/07/2019 18:25

PATRIOT

Suspicious circumstance in the 1900 block of Patriot St.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/07/2019 23:09

SOUTH MAIN

EMS call in the 200 block of S Main St.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/08/2019 00:42

SMITH STATION

 

Dispute in the 2100blk of Smith Station Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/08/2019 07:16

 

ALDINGER

Disturbance in te 3600 block of Aldinger Rd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/08/2019 08:47

INDIAN ROCK DAM

Disabled vehicle on Indian Rock Dam Rd

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-WIRES, TREES AND POLES

02/08/2019 13:29

  1. JOHNS

 

Down tree at 7200 blk of St. John Rd

 

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-FROM BUILDINGS

 

02/08/2019 13:59

WEST HANOVER

Theft of a vape pen in the 100 block of W Hanover St. The vape pen was

recovered.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

02/08/2019 14:06

PORTERS

Child custody at 1200 blk of Porters

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/08/2019 16:11

LINEBORO

 

Traffic complaint in the area of Lineboro Road at the Maryland line, Manheim

Township.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

02/08/2019 17:06

 

PORTERS

Child custody issue in the 1300 block of Porters Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/08/2019 18:19

HOKES

Vin verification int he 7400 block of Hokes Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/08/2019 20:14

  1. THIRD

 

Assisted ambulance in the first block of East Third Avenue, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL – FIELD CONTACTS

 

02/08/2019 21:13

WEST HIGHLAND

Field contact in the area of W Highland Ave near W Jackson St.

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-ST. LIGHT OUT, ST.

02/08/2019 21:40

CHERRY

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/08/2019 23:33

COPENHAVER

 

Disorderly subject report in the 4700 block of Copenhaver Rd.

 

 

 

PUBLIC

02/09/2019 01:57

 

FISHEL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DRIVE UNDER

02/09/2019 02:17

STOVERSTOWN

 

 

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-ST. LIGHT OUT, ST.

 

02/09/2019 04:00

SEVEN VALLEYS

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/09/2019 06:47

SEVEN VALLEYS

Suspicious vehicle on Seven Valleys Rd near Grothey

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-911 HANG UP

02/09/2019 15:50

PACKINGHOUSE

 

911 Hang up in the 500 block of Packing House Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/09/2019 17:50

 

FAIR

Alarm in the 3600 block of Fair Lane, North Codorus Township.

 

 

NON-CRIMINAL-OTHER INVESTIGATIONS

02/09/2019 18:17

INTERSECTION

Domestic issue in the 7400 block of Intersection Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

 

02/09/2019 20:54

MESSERSMITH

Domestic disturbance in the 3500 block of Messersmith Rd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/09/2019 22:49

N MAIN

 

Assisted ambulance in the 100 block of North Main Street, Spring Grove Borough.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/09/2019 23:01

 

HOKES

Supicious vehicle in the 7000 block of Hokes Rd.

 

 

 

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – ALCOHOL

02/10/2019 00:31

YORK

DUI in the area of York Road and West Longview Drive, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

 

02/10/2019 02:24

BLOOMING GROVE

 

 

 

 

DRIVE UNDER INFLUENCE –

02/10/2019 02:24

 

BLOOMING GROVE

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-BUSINESS

02/10/2019 11:03

SEVEN VALLEYS

Business alarm in the 1300 block of Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/10/2019 14:15

YORK

 

Suspicious circumstance reported on York Rd near Jefferson Rd

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/10/2019 14:16

 

SALEM

Disabled vehicle at 4000 blk of Salem Rd

 

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-FROM BUILDINGS

02/10/2019 14:45

WALTERS HATCHER

Theft of a gun in the 5000 block of Waltershatchery Rd

 

 

 

 

DEATHS – UNATTENDED

02/10/2019 15:15

TUNNEL HILL

 

Unattended death investigation in the 3500 block of Tunnel Hill Road, North

Codorus Township.

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/10/2019 16:55

 

SOUTH WATER

Domestic in the 1st block of S Water St

 

 

 

 

MENTAL HEALTH

02/10/2019 19:55

THIRD

Mental health in the Spring Hollow Apartments.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/10/2019 20:47

LIECHEYS CHURCH

 

Suspicious person in the 5600 block of Liescheys Church Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

 

02/10/2019 21:08

WEST HANOVER

Suspicious persons in the first block of W Hanover St.

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/11/2019 01:14

SLAGEL

Suspicious circumstance in the 2100 block of Slagel Rd.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/11/2019 07:33

INTERSECTION

 

Alarm in the 7300 blk of Intersection Rd, Manheim Twp.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/11/2019 08:27

 

N EAST

Dispute in the 100blk of N. East St, Spring Grove

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/11/2019 08:49

YINGLING

Assist EMS in the 2000 blk of Yingling Dr, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/11/2019 09:27

GLENVILLE

 

Reportable crash on Glenville Rd near Willow Ln, Manheim Twp

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

 

02/11/2019 11:25

INDIAN ROCK DAM

Reportable vehicle accident in the area of Indian Rock Dam Rd and Smsyer Rd,

North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/11/2019 13:00

SPRING FORGE

Traffic complaint in the 400blk of Spring Forge Ct, Spring Grove

 

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/11/2019 13:52

 

N MAIN

Dispute in the 100blk of N. Main St. Spring Grove

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/11/2019 16:35

SPRING FORGE

Alarm in the 400blk of Spring Forge Dr. Spring Grove

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/11/2019 21:31

OLD HANOVER

 

Disabled vehicle in the area of Old Hanover Road and Menges Mill Road.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

 

02/12/2019 01:52

OLD HANOVER

MVA in the 6500 block of Old Hanover Road.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/12/2019 06:10

YORK

Disabled vehicle in the area of York Rd and Lehman Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/12/2019 07:30

BLUE HILL

 

Single vehicle reportable crash in the 5900 block of Blue Hill Road, Manheim

Township.

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

02/12/2019 14:30

 

GIER

Disabled vehicle on Gier Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/12/2019 14:43

OAK RIDGE

Assist person in the 1700 blk of Oak Ridge Dr, North Codorus Twp.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/12/2019 15:25

YORK

 

Reportable crash at the intersection of York Rd and Porters Rd, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

 

02/12/2019 15:55

COLONIAL VALLEY

Domestic in the 5900 block of Colonial Valley Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/12/2019 17:14

INTERSECTION

Disturbance in the 7300 block of Intersection Road.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/12/2019 18:29

PATRIOT

 

EMS call in the 1900 block of Patriot St.

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC

02/12/2019 21:48

 

BLUE HILL

Domestic in the 7100 block of Blue Hill Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/12/2019 23:52

SMITH STATION

Non reportable vehicle accident in the area od Smith Station Road and the

Sailboat Launch, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/13/2019 00:17

NOSS

 

Suspicious person in the 2000 block of Noss Rd.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

 

02/13/2019 02:22

SMOKETOWN

Assisted ambualnce in the 3200 block of Smoketown Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/13/2019 05:01

BLOOMING GROVE

Single vehicle accident with property damage at 6500 blk of Blooming Grove.

 

 

 

 

ACCIDENT INVOLVING NONINJURY

02/13/2019 05:01

BLOOMING GROVE

 

Single vehicle accident on icy roadway at 6600 blk of Blooming Grove Rd

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/13/2019 07:18

JAMESTOWN

SUPPLEMENTAL 02/13/2019 13:17 – 26   OFFICER JOSHUA RUMMEL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – OTHER

02/13/2019 09:32

CLAYAMA

 

Animal complaint at 1400 blk of Clayoma

 

 

 

FORGERY

02/13/2019 14:30

WALTERS HATCHER

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/14/2019 00:25

DRY BRIDGE

Verbal domestic in the 4200 block of Dry Bridge Rd

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/14/2019 07:49

SMITH STATION

 

Traffic complaint at Smith Station Rd @ York Rd

 

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/14/2019 09:00

 

SOUTH MAIN

Assist person at 100 blk of S. Main St

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/14/2019 10:00

HIGHPOINT

Residential alarm at 1600 blk of High Pointe Ln

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/14/2019 11:08

MOULSTOWN

 

Assist person at 1300 blk of Moulstown Rd N

 

 

DISTURBANCES-DOMESTIC-CHILD CUSTODY

 

02/14/2019 20:12

PATRIOT

Custody dispute 1898 Patriot St

 

 

 

 

RUNAWAY – TRUANCY – FEMALE (JUVENILE)

02/14/2019 20:40

SEVEN VALLEYS

Two run a ways were apprehended in the 1400 block of Seven Valleys Rd

 

 

 

 

DRIVING UNDER THE

02/14/2019 21:30

STOVERSTOWN

 

Fleeing to elude and DUI in the 1900 block of Stoverstown Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/15/2019 09:03

GITTS RUN

Suspicious person in the area of Gitts Run Rd and York Rd, Heidelberg Twp.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/15/2019 09:24

MARKLE

 

Assisted ambulance in the 3100blk of Markle Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST OTHER POLICE

 

02/15/2019 10:52

THOMAN

Assist PD in the 6100 blk of Thoman Dr, Heidelberg Twp

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC & PARKING PROBLEMS

02/15/2019 12:24

PARK

Traffic problem in the 2500blk of Park Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/15/2019 15:40

SUNNYSIDE

 

Suspicious circumstance in the 1400blk of Sunnyside Rd, North Codorus Twp

 

 

 

SUSPICIOUS

02/15/2019 20:15

 

PORTERS

Suspicious vehicle in the area of Porters Road and York Road.

 

 

ANIMAL COMPLAINTS – STRAY ANIMALS

02/16/2019 08:49

 

Report of a loose dog on Iron Ridge Road, HT

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ALARMS-RESIDENCE

02/16/2019 11:06

IRON RIDGE

 

Burglary alarm in the 800 block of Iron Ridge Road, MT

 

 

 

ALL OTHER OFFENSES – LITTERING

 

02/16/2019 12:00

PORTERS

Illegal dumping in a private dumpster in the 1400 block of Porters Road, HT

 

 

 

 

DISTURBANCES-OTHER

02/16/2019 13:36

WALTERS HATCHERY

Neighbor issue in the 4400 block of Walters Hatchery Road, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

 

DRIVE UNDER INFLUENCE – DRUGS

02/16/2019 20:12

STOVERSTOWN

 

DUI and drug arrest located in the North Codorus Township Park, North Codorus

Township.

 

 

HARASSMENT

 

02/16/2019 21:46

SOUTH MAIN

Harassment in the 100 block of S Main St.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HARASSMENT

02/16/2019 21:46

SOUTH MAIN

 

 

 

 

DRIVING UNDER THE

02/17/2019 00:52

YORK

DUI arrest in the area of York Road and Gitts Run Road, Heidelberg Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST MOTORIST/DISABLE

 

02/17/2019 03:00

PORTERS

Abandoned vehicle in the area of Porters Road and York Road.

 

 

 

 

THEFT-UNDER $50-ALL OTHER

02/17/2019 07:21

WALTERSDORFF

Theft of signs in the 5300 block of Waltersdorff Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/17/2019 08:26

LEHMAN

 

Medical emergency in the 4900 block of Lehman Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/17/2019 11:14

 

DUBS CHURCH

Medical emergency in the 1900 block of Dubs Church Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE CALL-ASSIST AMBULANCE

02/17/2019 12:38

N WATER

Assisted ambulance in the 100 block of North Water Street, Spring Grove

Borough.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

02/17/2019 14:11

MYERS

 

Non reportable accident involving property damage in the 2700 block of Myers

Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

THEFT-$50 TO $200-FROM BUILDINGS

 

02/17/2019 14:45

SINSHEIM

Theft in the 1600 block of Sinsheim Road, Manheim Township.

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACC. INVOLVING PROPERTY

02/17/2019 15:00

GREEN VALLEY

 

Non reportable vehicle accident involving property damage in the 4400 block of

Green Valley Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

PUBLIC SERVICES – ASSIST PERSON

02/17/2019 16:07

 

STOVERSTOWN

Assisted person in the 2000 block of Stoverstown Road, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

THEFT-$200 & OVER-ALL OTHER

02/17/2019 18:00

THOMAN

Theft in the 5900 block of Thoman Drive, North Codorus Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE – ALCOHOL

 

02/17/2019 22:09

OLD HANOVER

DUI in the area of Old Hanover Road and Menges Mill Road.

 

 

 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY

02/17/2019 22:09

OLD HANOVER

 

MVA in the area of Old Hanover Road and Menges Mill Road.

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