Thank you, Downtown Bethlehem for the exposure of our free smartphone app.

The City of Bethlehem Police Department has partnered with WiredBlue to offer a free smartphone app to anyone with an iOS or Android device.  Through the MyPD App, users can direct dial or email a list of police contacts, view their latest tweets and Facebook posts, Commend an Officer, Submit a Tip, or ask questions directly to the Bethlehem Police Department. The News and Alerts section brings the user directly to the police blog where even more information is available.

My Police Department or MYPD (The official app name) is used by our police force to enhance services, provide information and allow you to easily send messages to your police department on a variety of topics. All of the available police contact forms can be sent to the department anonymously, but you’re encouraged to include your own contact information.

We talked to Bethlehem Police Chief Jason Schiffer about bringing this app to our…

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Bethlehem Police announce arrest of female for two armed robberies

Bethlehem, PA

The Bethlehem Police Department investigated two similar in description Armed Robberies over the weekend, both in the 2900 block of Linden Street, Northampton county. Continue reading

Missing Person: Endangered – Pablo Cruz

Bethlehem, PA
UPDATE: Missing man has been located and reunited with his family through the help of a helpful and very observant citizen. Thank you!

We have a report of a Missing Person, 59 y/o Pablo Cruz who resides in the 1000 block of Mechanic Street.  He is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.  He was last seen around 2:30 pm in the vicinity of Rt 378 in South Bethlehem.

He is described as wearing tan pants, a striped shirt and a blue baseball hat with a “Mitsubishi car” on the front. If seen please contact Bethlehem Police (9-1-1) or 610.865.7187 immediately.

Pablo Cruz

Plymouth Township Police Officer Killed in Line of Duty

Plymouth Township Police Officer Brad Fox was shot and killed on the evening of 13 September 2012 while attempting to apprehend a suspect in a hit and run accident.   Officer Fox served his community of Plymouth Township for seven years.  Prior to that, he served two tours of duty in Iraq as a U.S. Marine.

Officer Fox leaves behind a young daughter and his wife who is pregnant with their second child.  Brad Fox would have turned thirty-five years of age tomorrow, 14 September.

Officer Fox, thank you for your faithful service to our country.  Your sacrifice will not be forgotten and will never be in vain.  Those you leave behind will never stop the work that you have started.

Police Need Help Finding Violent Gunman

Del Robyn Fenty



Allentown, Pa

As has been reported in the local media, the above man, who is approximately 5’7″tall and 140 lbs, shot at Allentown Police officers who were responding to a call.

If you see him or have knowledge of his whereabouts immediately call the police wherever you are.