Citizens are encouraged to use telephone reporting. rather than going to NLCRPD Headquarters or sub-stations to file reports. Telephone reports may be made by calling (717) 733-0965, Daily, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. (excluding holidays). A NLCRPD officer will be available to connect to your call for incident reporting. This service also assists the LCWC 911 Center by providing a decrease in calls for service during the current operational period.
All NLCRPD non-essential employees are working remotely during this period and NLCRPD administrative offices are closed until further notice .
Since public access to the NLCRPD headquarters facility is restricted until further notice, all public access to the Drug Drop Box has been eliminated until the lifting of access restrictions. No alternative drop locations have been identified.
1:25pm update. A PennDOT employee just showed up, this is going to take longer than expected. They need to call in equipment operators to clear this up. We will try to let you know when this is cleared up.
Rt. 30 E is down to one lane of travel between Rt. 441 (Columbia Exit) and Ironville Pk. At least one or two large bales of straw fell off a truck and we are awaiting the arrival of PennDOT for cleanup. Be advised travel may restricted for the next 2 hours.
TRAFFIC ALERT AS OF 11:48 A.M., ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11TH, 2020
The Manheim Township Police Department is on the scene of a two (2) vehicle head-on crash in the 2600 block of Lititz Pike. As a result, Lititz Pike has been shut between Waverly Avenue and Petersburg / Valley Road in the Neffsville area. Motorists should expect delays and try to take alternate routes of travel, if possible. Updates will be given as they become available.
The NLCRPD patrols have cleared the scene of a crash with two vehicles and a horse and buggy combination previously reported in the 900 block of the Lititz Pike in Warwick Township. No persons or animals were injured as a result of the crash. Normal traffic conditions have been restored in the vicinity.
NLCRPD officers are on the scene of an overturned buggy that was dragged by the horse hitched to the rig. The buggy was in the area of the AT&T Store on Route 501 near the Target at the Shoppes of Kissel Hill Shopping Center venue.