Police Department



 Chief of Police

Eric S. Hermick




 Police Department Overview

The Chippewa Township Police Department is a Professional Proactive Progressive Policing agency proudly serving the residents, schools, businesses and visitors of Chippewa Township.  The police department is committed to safety and has enhanced its capabilities and readiness through upgraded technology, equipment and becoming training centric.

Currently, the police department is staffed with the Chief of Police, one (1) Lieutenant, one (1) Sergeant, ten (10) Officers and a police clerk.  There are police officers on-duty at all times and if there is not an officer or clerk on station, there is a phone system outside the police department door that rings directly to the dispatch center who will notify the officers to return to station.

The police department is located on the lower level of the Chippewa Township Municipal Building.  For phone communications, please dial 724-843-8227 or dial 9-1-1 for emergencies.  If you see something suspicious – please notify us immediately.  We welcome citizen insight, comments and concerns so we can continue to improve our service.