To learn more about any of the below events or community outreach programs, please contact the Conshohocken Police Department directly at 610-828-4032.
Active Shooter Training for Businesses
The Conshohocken Police Department offers on-site active shooter training to businesses within the Borough of Conshohocken at no cost. Interested businesses should contact the Police Department directly at 610-828-4032 to schedule a training.
Bike Safety Trainings & Helmet Safety Program
The police officers of the bicycle and patrol units initiated a bicycle helmet safety program in 2008, which provides free bicycles helmets to children. Stop by the police station to pick up a free helmet or ask an officer on patrol. The bicycle unit also conducts safety lessons and training on an annual basis at Conshohocken's local schools. If your organization is interested in setting up a bike safety talk with an officer, please contact the Conshohocken Police Department at 610-828-4032.
Christmas Toys for Tots Drive
The Conshohocken Police Department, Colonial Neighborhood Council, Salvation Army, and the Colonial School District help collect and distribute new, unwrapped toys as part of the Toys for Tots Drive. During the holiday season, a collection bin is set up in the lobby of the Borough Hall building to drop off donated gifts.
Medication & Prescription Drug Drop Box
The Conshohocken Police Department accepts unused or unwanted medications throughout the year. Unwanted medications should be deposited in the labeled drop box located inside of the lobby of the Conshohocken Police Station between the hours of 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Medication including prescription pills and patches, over-the-counter medications, vitamins, samples and pet medicine are accepted. We do not accept inhalers, thermometers, needles, medications from businesses or clinics, hydrogen peroxide, ointments, lotions, liquids, or aerosol cans.
National Night Out
Officers of the Conshohocken Police Department participate in our community's local National Night Out event each year. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community.
The Conshohocken Police Department partners with the Mayor to host an annual shredding event each September. This is a free event for the community. Paper materials only are accepted. Paperclips and staples do not need to be removed. We'll accept and recycle up to three (3) file sized boxes per household. All material is 100% recycled.
In addition, a collection bin is available at the Conshohocken Police Station, 400 Fayette Street, Suite 100, Conshohocken, PA 19428 year round for residents to drop off paper materials for shredding. Drop offs must be made Monday through Friday between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm.
Police Association 5k
The Conshohocken Police Associations hosts an annual 5k race, which helps raise funds towards their ongoing community outreach initiatives. The race is usually held the last Saturday in April. More information can be found on the Police Department's social media pages.
Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Drive
Each year the Conshohocken Police Department assists with distributing donated meals to families in need the week leading up to Thanksgiving. Each family is provided a turkey, along with accompanying sides. Please contact the police if you would like to learn more or get involved.
Shop With A Cop
Conshohocken police officers participate in the national Shop with a Cop program each year. Police officers are paired with underprivileged children from Conshohocken Elementary to afford them a better Christmas. Each child is allotted a monetary gift card to purchase gifts for themselves and family members. Officers join the children and their parents at the store to assist them in their shopping spree.
The Shop with a Cop program allows children to view police officers in a different setting and helps build positive relationships. Shop with a Cop is hosted each year by the Conshohocken Police Association and is made possible through generous donations received by our community. All participating police officers volunteer their own time to support the program.
The Conshohocken Police Department offers home security checks to residents away on vacation. Residents must notify the police department and submit a vacation notice form to the police. Please note that security checks will only be made to unoccupied residences for a period not exceeding 10 days.