The mission of the Dublin Borough Police Department is to provide leadership to promote individual responsibility and a commitment to improving the community's quality of life through crime control and public safety while serving all people with fairness and respect.
Chief Michael Regan:
Sergeant William Kirk:
Sergeant Wayne Jones:
Officer Dan Gol:
Officer Don Strouse:
Officer Eric Himmel:
Officer Christina Kemmerer:
General Police Department E-mail
Emergency Calls (Bucks County Radio Room): Dial 9-1-1
Non-Emergency Calls (Bucks County Radio Room): 215-453-6011
Police Department Office: 215-249-0272
The Dublin Borough Police Department offers no-cost house checks to residents who are out-of-town. Please fill out the House Check form and submit it at least one (1) week prior to your departure. During your time away patrol officers may periodically perform exterior checks of your house, as time allows. Please note this program is offered as a service to Borough residents and is not a guarantee against criminal activity, fire, or acts of nature. The Borough of Dublin and the Dublin Borough Police Department are not responsible for events beyond their control.
Special Response Team
Dublin Borough Police Department is a member agency of the Central Bucks Special Response Team, a highly trained and specially equipped group of police officers formed from multiple cooperating jurisdictions in central and upper Bucks County that responds to high-risk incidents. The team includes tactical operations officers, crisis negotiators, and a crime scene unit for the collection and preservation of evidence.
Chief Lehman is a member of the Bucks County Major Incident Response Team (MIRT). The MIRT team consists of 100 police officers from throughout Bucks County who respond if needed to natural disasters, riots, protests, or any other major events such as presidential visits. MIRT team members are also trained to respond to chemical / biological incidents as well as terrorist attacks.