West Manheim Township Police Dept.
2412 Baltimore Pike, Suite 300
Hanover, Pa 17331
West Manheim Township Police Department is committed to providing professional law enforcement services to the community. We strive for excellence in response to the needs of all our citizens while affording equal protection of the law. In an attempt to seek community solutions, foster a sense of security for individuals, and gain public trust, we hold ourselves to the highest standards of performance and ethics. We endeavor to protect life, safeguard property, and preserve peace, order, and safety by seeking compliance to the laws of the Township, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the United States of America.
Message from the Chief:
As Chief of Police, I’m privileged to welcome you to the West Manheim Township Police Department website. It’s my hope that this site provides a convenient source of information on the department, the services we provide and up to date information on crime trends and active investigations.
Our motto “PROUDLY SERVING OUR COMMUNITY”, is reflected in the professional services provided. Any given day officers may be found investigating a serious felony crime or simply helping a stranded motorist. Regardless of the task, officers will perform with the utmost attention to detail accompanied by the highest level of respect and concern for everyone who calls upon them for assistance.
While we regularly engage in proactive patrol, our residents remain a highly valued source of information. Please do not hesitate to report any suspicious activity or concerns without delay by calling York County 911. Patrols are radio dispatched for a quicker, more efficient response.
The overwhelming support we receive from our community is truly appreciated. Our goal is not only to maintain but enhance that relationship as it serves as the foundation for a successful police/community partnership.
In closing, I hope you find the website easy to navigate and a valuable resource. Please return again for updates and additional information.
Edwin J. Schneider
Chief of Police
“I think there’s no higher calling in terms of a career than public service, which is a chance to make a difference in people’s lives and improve the world.” – Jacob Lew
Police Department Personnel
- Chief — Edwin Schneider
- Lieutenant – Derrick Baker
- Sergeant – Justin Seibert
- Corporal – Randy Wagner
- Patrolman First Class
- Joshua Bower
- Dustin Black
- Jacob Broederdorf
- Mason Moyer
- Sean Rosier
- Joshua Rummel
- Derek Schneider
- Clayton Swartz
- Office Assistant
- Mike Lavery
- Lou Sordon
- Motor Carrier Program (MCSAP)
- Speed Enforcement Details
- Traffic Patrol
- Crash Reports
- Criminal Investigation
- Drug Interdiction
- Crime Scene Processing
- Mobile Command Unit (MCU)
- Child I.D. Program
- A Child is Missing (ACIM)
- NationalChild Passenger Safety (NCPS)
- Residential/Business Checks
- York-Adams Center for Traffic Safety (DUI Enforcement)
- York County Drug Task Force
- York County Forensic Team
- York County Quick Response Team – Tech Services
- York County Chief’s of Police Association
- PA Chief’s of Police Association
- PA Criminal Intelligence Center (PaCIC)
- International Association of Property and Evidence
- PA Police Accreditation Coalition