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Car Fax report

Great news — We’ve gone digital!

As part of our participation in the CARFAX Police Crash Assistance program, all crash reports for South Lebanon Township Police Department are now available for purchase online.  You’ll save a trip to the station, postage, or a phone call when you buy from our new online accident report distribution site.  You can access accident reports right online, 24/7, by visiting:

Click here: SOUTH LEBANON TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT

Crash reports from JANUARY 1, 2022 through present are now available.  Only parties with specific interest in the crash (drivers, vehicle owners, insurance companies) will be able to access the crash report and that party must possess the incident number issued by the SLTPD.

And, if you’re an institutional user, you can be automatically billed on a monthly basis for the reports you buy.  No need to write individual checks or make multiple card charges every time you need to access a report.  If you prefer though, you can always pay with a credit card on the spot.

Accident reports for hundreds of police agencies can be downloaded at CRASHDOCS.ORG, so be sure to bookmark the page.

To learn more about CARFAX Police Crash Assistance and CRASHDOCS.ORG, or to set up an account to be billed monthly, please call 1.800.990.2452.


The South Lebanon Township Police Department functions on the Community Policing model with commitment to enhancing the quality of life for those who live, work, and play in South Lebanon Township.  Being a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week full service police provider, we respond to all emergency calls and routine calls for service, conduct criminal investigations, enforce all state laws and township ordinances, and investigate traffic accidents.
 
Department Roster
Chief Kenneth Zimmerman
Sergeant Wade Achey
Corporal David Troxell
Patrolmen: Sean McCarrick
  Jason Marley
  Matthew Rothgaber
  Dominic Juliani
  Daniel Imler
  Christopher Moser
  Donald Rusnak
Administrative Assistant  Stephanie Burris

 
         All Emergency calls should be directed to 911
            Non-Emergency calls should be directed to 717-272-2054

         Administration Office for the Police Department 717-274-0482
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