Dare Abuse Resistance Education is taught by members of the Falls Township and Lower Makefield Police Departments in local schools. The program has grown into a nationwide effort to reduce drugs and violence involving our youth. Police Officers teach a 10 week lesson to students
Youth Aid Panel
The Borough of Tullytown has specially trained citizen volunteers who assist police with alternative program and dispositions for non-violent first time juvenile offenders. Each case is screened individually to see if the case qualifies for referral to the program.
Juvenile offenders may qualify if they have never been before a panel and the case does not involve a crime of violence. The panel is overseen by the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas Juvenile Division and locally by Officer Edward Wallace.
Town Watch Program
This is a program comprised of a group of residents and / or business owners who are interested in making their neighborhood a safer and more secure place to live and work.
Contact your neighbors to see if there is an interest in starting a local group. Sgt. Andrew Bunda is the Crime Prevention Officer assigned and can be reached at 215-945-0999
Ride Along Program
This program was designed to enhance community / police relations and provides a one-on-one activity for interested citizens who reside in the Borough of Tullytown who wish to witness the Officer’s daily duties.
Participants are requested to sign a waiver. To obtain further information, contact Chief Daniel J. Doyle 215-945-0999
Participation by citizens is at the discretion of the Chief of Police
Police Department Tours
The officers of the Tullytown Police Department provide tours of the police facilities upon request. Anyone interested in arranging a tour should contact Chief Daniel J. Doyle 215-945-0999 during normal business hours.
Holiday Food Drive
Members of the Tullytown Police Department participate in an Annual Holiday Food Drive starting in November every year. Anyone interested in making a donation of non-perishable food items should contact us at 215-945-0999.
Project KidCare and Fingerprint Identification
Project Kidcare program is administered by the Tullytown Police Department and overseen by Chief Daniel J. Doyle. Anyone interested should contact the police station at 215-945-0999 during normal business hours
Community Earth Day Clean Up
The Officers of the Tullytown Borough Police Department volunteer their time to help clean up the community during the annual earth day clean up. You will see Officers as well as Mayor Cutchineal, Chief of Police Dan Doyle and Sergeants Bunda and Kulan sweeping streets and sidewalks and picking up trash.
If you would like a boy scout, girl scout or other community group to assist us or work side by side with our Officers during this event please contact us at 215-945-0999
CPR and First Aid Classes
The police department offers CPR and First Aid Classes free to residents during the year. Please check the website or call the police station at 215-945-0999 for details
Officers assigned to the police department’s bicycle patrol unit have specialized training and are committed to the community policing philosophy. If you see any of the Officers riding by say hello and talk with them
If you are interested in Ride with a Cop please contact the police department at 215-945-0999 and one of the bike patrol Officers will be in touch with you.