Chief's Welcome

Be Safe out there this Holiday Season!

As the holiday season is underway please be careful on the roadways and in the shopping centers, always being vigilant for pedestrian traffic and other motorists.  As you do your holiday shopping, remember to always lock your vehicles and place valuables out of sight; preferably in the trunks or in other non-observable areas of your vehicles.

Remember to lock your doors at your homes; do not leave presents out in view from your doors and windows.  Track your packages and bring them in as soon as possible after being delivered or have a neighbor or other family member get them for you.  

And always call 911 if you see any suspicious persons or activity.  

Have a safe and happy holiday season!

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I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Ross Township Police Department website. This site will provide a comprehensive look at the capabilities and quality of the officers of the department. All of our officers are proud of the high level of public service that we provide to the citizens of our community, our businesses and our guests. We are a full service police DSC_0064department and pride ourselves on delivering and maintaining excellent standards. I hope you find the website educational, informative and also learn what an excellent job the officers of the department do on a daily basis.

I encourage you to become active in keeping up to date with occurrences in the township and your neighborhoods. Please take advantage of the services provided here to receive alerts, notifications and other pertinent information put out by your police department.

Also, as a personal safety reminder: When you are out and about driving on the roadways of the Township, please be certain to adhere to all of the rules of the roadway, including stop signs, posted speed limits and traffic signals. Please help to do your part to keep our streets safe for our children, residents and guests.

Thank you,
Chief Joseph A. Ley