Salisbury Township Police Department
Salisbury Township Police Department

Retired 2019

Allen W. Stiles



Chief of Police Sworn In

Sergeant Donald Sabo, September 13

The Salisbury Township Police Department is extremely proud to announce its new leader, Chief Kevin Soberick. Chief Soberick has proudly served the residents of Salisbury Township since June of 1995. He is a 1987 graduate of Lehigh County Community College where he holds a degree in Applied Science Electronics and Communications and a 1994 graduate of the City of Reading Police Academy.

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Sergeant Donald Sabo, March 19

Please keep an eye out for motorcycles and other activities that will start with the warm weather. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Active Shooter and Stop the Bleed Training

Sergeant Donald Sabo, January 24

Please join us for a Civilian Response to Active Shooter Event and Stop the Bleed training at Salisbury Township Police Department. This well be both classroom and hands on training for the general public at our police station. Please take advantage of this worthwhile training opportunity and help save a life!

Event was created on Facebook for information and details.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fire Inspector Kyle Mertl, December 05

Put a Freeze on Winter Fires
The risk of having a home fire increases during the winter months. To help you spread the message about winter fire hazards and ways to prevent them, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the United States Fire Administration (USFA) are teaming up to promote “Put a Freeze on Winter Fires”. The annual campaign draws attention to the risks of home fires and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Hazardous Materials Incident Update

Sergeant Donald Sabo, October 23

UPDATE FOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT ON I-78. Homeowners and residents in the area of Lanze Road and Woods Lane area: The DEP and other local, state agencies have been on scene since early this morning with a tractor trailer fire. Several chemicals were released into a drain that flows into the creek in the area. We have been able to isolate the creek downstream in Allentown and cleanup crews are ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Salisbury Township Police Department
3000 South Pike Avenue
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18103
Emergency Dial 911
Admin: 610-797-1447
Non-Emergency: 610-437-5252
Fax: 610-797-4733
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