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The Old Orchard Beach Police Department is offering a text message alert to any member of the community interesting in receiving alerts on Parking Bans and/or School closings.
To subscribe, please e-mail us at email@example.com and provide us with the following information.
- Specific alert message would you like to receive (parking ban/school closing or both).
- Cell phone number.
- Cell phone carrier (AT&T, Verizon or other)
The Old Orchard Beach Police Department, in partnership with the community will work together to ensure that all laws are fairly and equitably enforced, treat all of the town's inhabitants with courtesy and respect, and strive together to create a safe place to live for our residents and guests.
Message from the Chief
On behalf of the men and women of the Old Orchard Beach Police Department, I would like to welcome you to our web site!
Old Orchard Beach is a coastal resort community located in Northern York County and has a year round population of 10,000 residents that can swell to as many as 100,000 during the busy summer season. Our staff of 18 sworn Police Officers,45 seasonal officers and 2 non sworn personnel, provides a full range of law enforcement services to our residents and guests.
Our devoted and exceptional staff serves with pride and values the partnerships that we have developed within our business, school and residential communities. Our vision of the service that we provide is reflected in our mission statement, “A Community in Partnership”. We rely heavily upon on and care about our community and its interaction with the department. We believe that interaction and communication among all town departments and our citizens is vital for a healthy relationship and of benefit to the entire community.
It is our hope that you will enjoy this web site and find it a useful and informative resource. If you have any questions, suggestions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call at 207-934-4911.
- Chief Dana Kelley