Upper Moreland Police
The Upper Moreland Police Benevolent Association is a law enforcement labor union that was established in 1997 to represent the active and retired Police Officers of the Upper Moreland Township Police Department.
While mainly being the sole collective bargaining agent for contract negotiations, the Upper Moreland Township PBA also supports the community through various activities throughout the year, including hosting and attending public events, supporting the community, and providing donations to families in need.
Upper Moreland PBA Announcement
The Upper Moreland PBA would like to announce that we will once again be providing two separate scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each. To be eligible to receive the scholarship the applicant must be a resident of Upper Moreland Township and be graduating from high school in June 2020 and entering college in the Fall of 2020.
The scholarships will be awarded based on the applicant’s interest in Criminal Justice or their involvement in community service.
Please read the applications carefully. All submissions must be postmarked or e-mailed by May 1, 2020. The applications will also be available at the Upper Moreland High School and the Eastern Center for Arts & Technology.
The documents can be opened in Microsoft Word by clicking the link below the photo.
Upper Moreland PBA Safety Tips
The Upper Moreland PBA would like to remind parents to continue to monitor your child’s cellphone use. Free apps can be easily downloaded and may appear to be harmless, such as for posting pictures or chatting with friends. What many do not realize is that these apps can be used for illegal or harmful activities, such as, posting and/or exchanging explicit photos, videos, and language. Some apps may even document the users cellphone location without the user’s consent.
ServPro Donates Check To The PBA
The Upper Moreland Police Benevolent Association would like to thank ServPro for donating $5,000 to the organization. ServPro, of Blue Bell/Abington, recently ran a Corn
Upper Moreland Police Participate in April Drug Take Back Day
On April 24, 2021, the Upper Moreland Police participated in the April Drug Take Back Day. The location of the event took place at the
PBA Donates To Family After Fire
The Upper Moreland Police Benevolent Association recently donated gift cards and food to assist the Dan Williams family, residents of Upper Moreland Township. On Thursday,
Support The PBA
Every Upper Moreland Township resident will receive a mailer that will provide an opportunity to send a donation through the mail. Each year we receive incredible support from our community. The PBA is truly appreciative to all who take the time to send in donations.
Additionally, if you would like to donate directly to the PBA, please use the “Donate” button below.
If you do not receive a mailer and would like to contribute to the Upper Moreland PBA, please send your donation to the following address:
Upper Moreland Police Benevolent Association
PO Box 325
Willow Grove, PA 19090
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Contact The PBA
For any questions or concerns pertaining to the PBA, or to send a friendly message, please use the form below. If you would like to inform us about a family in Upper Moreland Township who may be in need of assistance, please let us know. We would be happy to see what we can do!
If you have an emergency, please dial 9-1-1!