FROM THE CHIEF
The Perry Township Police Department is committed to protecting and enhancing the quality of life of its residents. We practice community-based policing and value our partnerships with citizens and community organizations. As we develop programs, implement technology and take on new initiatives, know that the Perry Township Police Department regards the Town's residents as its highest priority.
I look forward to leading the Department and working with the community to keep Perry Township safe. The men and women of the Perry Township Police Department are among the very best in the nation, and we will continue to build on our traditions of Honor, Professionalism and Dedication.
- Chief Tim Littleton
The Perry Township Police Department is dedicated to providing the highest level of performance for its citizens. We encourage the public to let us know when a staff member has provided outstanding and professional service. Submit a compliment for a member of the Police Department by clicking here.
MAKING A COMPLAINT
The Perry Township Department is committed to reviewing the actions of all our employees to continually improve the level of performance of the agency.
Complaints may be filed by coming to the Perry Township Police Department during normal business.
Hours Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Request to speak to a supervisor regarding a complaint
If a supervisor is not on site, please leave your information and a supervisor will get in contact with you
Complaints may also be filed by contacting the Perry Township Police Department, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm by phone at (937) 833-5487.
The Perry Township Police Department of Montgomery County is committed to serving with honor to protect all citizens of our culturally diverse community, through a partnership focused on public trust and providing a safe environment for all.
Being devoted/committed to serving the citizens of Perry Township.
Treat everyone not only the community but other members of the department, trustee members the same way you would want to be treated.
Assisting not only the community but other law enforcement officers without personal gain.
Doing what’s right when no one else is looking.
Facing your fears, danger and/or adversity being both physical or moral and overcoming them.