The Lower Moreland Police Department is a participant in the nationwide MedReturn program. The program aims to provide a safe, secure and environmentally friendly way for communities and law enforcement agencies to collect unwanted or expired household medications, including prescriptions, over-the counter drugs and unused pharmaceuticals. Since the program's inception, over 18 pounds of medication have been collected.
The MedReturn collection unit is located in the police station lobby (lower level) located at 640 Red Lion Road. Residents are encouraged to dispose their over-the counter drugs and unused pharmaceutical items by dropping them into the green metal unit. Drop off is available while the police station lobby is open. For more information regarding the MedReturn program, visit www.medreturn.com.
Results from Entry-Level Patrolman Exam
Click here to view the results from the entry level patrolman's examination that was given on 9/21/13.
Wawa Hoagie Building Contest
To celebrate the Grand Opening of Wawa this past Friday, the LMPD participated in a hoagie building competition against the Huntingdon Valley Fire Company. Both participating groups recieved $1,000 to give to the charity of their choice. The LMPD chose Mission Kids, a child advocacy center.
Pictured (l-r): Officer Francis Cattie, Lieutenant Kevin Dillon, Detective Sergeant John MacDonald, Chief of Police Peter C. Hasson, Sergeant Sandra Severson, Officer Edward R. Miller, Officer Sean McCoy, Officer Kevin Inman
Pictured (l-r): Officer Edward R. Miller, Sergeant Sandra Severson, Detective Sergeant John MacDonald, Lieutenant Kevin Dillon, Chief of Police Peter C. Hasson