The Caernarvon Township administration offices will remain open to the public to administer essential functions to the community. Effective immediately, the public areas of the township building (i.e., lobby) shall be closed to the general public. Should you need assistance, please contact us by phone; Police (610) 286-1012 or Township (610) 286-1010, to conduct official business. Visits to the township offices may be scheduled by appointment to limit exposure among visitors.
Welcome to the Caernarvon Township Police Department
Welcome to the Caernarvon Township Police Department's web portal on the CRIMEWATCH Network. We ask that you use the information found on this site responsibly. Working in partnership with the community we can proactively prevent crime, support victim recovery and hold offenders accountable.
The mission of Crime Alert Berks is to encourage citizens of Berks County, Pennsylvania to provide tips to law enforcement officials to help solve crimes and apprehend criminals. If you have information on a Berks County crime, click here, or call 1-877-373-9913.
The Berks County District Attorney's Office has placed a medication drop-box in the lobby of our police station. This is an easy, convenient way to safely dispose of your unwanted prescription and over-the-counter medications. Keep the medications in their original containers and black out personal information, if you choose. No sharps or inhalers can be accepted.
Officers conducted a traffic stop for a stop sign violation. During the course of the investigation it was learned that the driver did not have a valid driver's license. The driver's brother, Willie LAWS, arrived to driver the car when officers found he had an outstanding warrant out of Arkansas...
The Caernarvon Township Police Department would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the men and women of the Sinking Spring Borough Police Department on the passing of Police Chief Lee K. Schweyer. Chief Schweyer passed away this morning, October 8th, at his home. Chief Schweyer served the...
Officers received a report of retail theft that occurred on an early date. As a result of an investigation conducted it was discovered that TORRES was the suspect in 4 additional retail theft cases at Walmart. TORRES was charged with 5 counts of retail theft.
Officers were dispatched to the area of Joanna Rd. and Morgantown Rd. for a possible domestic dispute between a male and a female. As a result of an investigation conducted WETHERINGTON was arrested for the above charges.