Police Department

The Franklin Park Police Department and the Borough of Franklin Park have a new website! Now users can visit one site to engage with the police department, parks and recreation, the road department and the borough. Also users can create an account /sign up to receive information about community events, activities, alerts and borough news.

In order to receive notifications you will have to create a user account by clicking the “Sign In” feature in the top right portion of the page.

After you create an account, hoover the mouse over “How Do I”, and then click on the “Notify Me” section or following the link “Sign up for Police Alerts” on the police departments page: https://www.franklinparkborough.us/165/Police-Department

Fill out your profile, including how you would like to receive notifications (email and/ or text) and which notifications you would like to receive. Remember to select your method in the “Alert Center” in order to receive emergency alerts such as police activity, road closures or important information that could affect your community or commute.

Franklin Park Borough is excited about the website and new ways to interact and communicate with our residents! So check out the site and create an account to start receiving your notifications.


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The mission of the Police Department is to provide leadership to promote individual responsibility and a commitment to improving the community's quality of life through crime control and public safety while serving all people with fairness and respect.


The Police Department was established in 1952 with one part-time police officer. Today, twelve full-time and three part-time police officers protect and serve the Borough's 13.6 square mile community. To learn more about the Departments history, visit our History page.


Two important goals to the Franklin Park Police Department are:

  1. Innovative use of the newest technology
  2. Timely and open communication

As you navigate through our website, you will see different elements which we use to achieve those goals. The site gives you access to up-to-date safety tips, while also illustrating different histories of the Franklin Park Police Department and its officers.


During office hours the following services are available with fees:

  • Accident Report Copies: $15 for each copy
  • Fingerprinting Services: $15 and for borough residents only
  • Police Report Copies: $15 for each copy