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No. Title 75 § 3746. Immediate notice of accident to police department. (a) General rule.--The driver of a vehicle involved in an accident shall immediately by the quickest means of communication give notice to the nearest office of a duly authorized police department if the accident involves: (1) injury to or death of any person; or (2) damage to any vehicle involved to the extent that it cannot be driven under its own power in its customary manner without further damage or hazard to the vehicle, other traffic elements, or the roadway, and therefore requires towing. (b) Duty of occupant if driver disabled.--Whenever the driver of a vehicle is physically incapable of giving an immediate notice of an accident as required in subsection (a) and there is another occupant in the vehicle at the time of the accident capable of doing so, the occupant shall make or cause to be given the notice not given by the driver. (c) Investigation by police officer.--Every accident reported to a police department required in this section shall be investigated by a police officer who shall provide each driver a signed statement that the accident was reported.
Are you missing your bike? Right now, the Radnor Township Police Department has several “found” bikes in storage. Each one of those bikes was abandoned somewhere in the township, then later recovered by officers. We may have your bike, and we’d like to reunite you with your wheels. You do not need a serial number to get your bike back, but it does expedite the process. Don’t have your serial number? Then how about a sales receipt for the bike? Or, provide a vivid description of the bike, including details about special toe clips, stickers, scratches, dents or any other unique traits your bike might have. For more information, contact Cpl. Walt Sherman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-688-5606 ext. 176.
Yes. There is a fee of $30.00 for the first fingerprint card. Each additional fingerprint card is $20.00. The Police Department conducts fingerprints on Wednesdays, at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m by appointment only (5 appointments per session time) . Please call 610-688-0503, ext. 109 for further details.
Instructions are on the reverse side of the yellow portion of your citation. If you do not have your citation please see below. You need to detach the bottom portion of the yellow citation and return it to the proper district court addressed in box #4. Please sign the remittance pleading either guilty or not guilty. Pleading not guilty will automatically schedule a hearing date at the appropriate district court. Please do not mail the fines to the Radnor Township Police Department.
The department publishes an annual report that provides a complete breakdown of a wide variety of incidents reported to the police. These reports are available at all public libraries and at the Public Safety Building, or online.
Typically an investigator will contact you within 48 hours of an incident (excluding weekends). If you need to speak with someone sooner, please contact 610-688-0503 and ask to speak to the Investigation's unit supervisor.
Request your insurance company contact the police department. Typically, it will expedite the situation if the department deals directly with the insurance company and it saves you time and work.
If you are experiencing abuse of any sort, immediately contact the police by dialing 9-1-1, if it is an emergency. If you need to speak to someone about the situation and it is not an emergency, call 610-688-0500 and request a call from the duty supervisor. Officers will personally assist anyone who is a victim of abuse through the process.
Contact 610-688-0503 ext 107 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Police Officers will be assigned to assist with traffic situations, security or other police related issues at special events. The cost for these services will be borne by the party making the request. Please call at least 10 business days prior to the event. Contact the number listed for a schedule of fees.
Contact 610-688-0503 from 8:00 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. At other times, contact 610-688-0500. Request to speak with the duty supervisor. Please call at least 10 days prior to the event.
Depends. Please see the Pennsylvania Points System Fact Sheet.
24 hours a day, 7 days per week. For counter service (reports, permits, etc.), 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The building is closed for counter service on all legal holidays.
Reports are available at the front counter of the Police Department, Records Room. There is a schedule of fees for various types of reports. Please call 610-688-0503 ext 109 to request the report or additional information.
A traffic citation should be paid within 10 days and mailed to the district court listed on the citation. There are two district courts that serve Radnor Township: Wayne and Newtown Square.
You renew your license and car registration at the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation or online by clicking here
For immediate problems such as road blockages, traffic light malfunctions, etc., contact 610-688-0500. For problems such as speeding, traffic regulations or general questions, contact the Traffic Safety Unit at 610-688-0503 ext 108 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
§ 104-7. False alarms. A.For the purpose of defraying the cost to the township for responding to false alarms, the owners and/or users of an alarm system as defined by this chapter shall be subject to the following schedule of fines: (1)For the second false alarm per calendar year: fifty dollars ($50.) for each alarm. (2)For the third and subsequent false alarms per calendar year: one hundred dollars ($100.) for each alarm. B.Following the third false alarm, the Chief of Police shall have the authority to temporarily revoke the registration of any alarm system within the township. The person to whom the alarm system is registered shall be notified by both certified and regular mail of such action and be provided with the effective date of the revocation. No further response to an alarm system shall be provided until such time that the Chief of Police has received a certification from a licensed alarm supplier describing the basis for malfunction and also certification that the alarm system is free of defect. If no report or certification is received within forty-five (45) days from the effective date of revocation, the registration for the calendar year issued shall be considered void and the alarm system shall be disconnected. Where determined necessary in the opinion of the Chief of Police, an annual maintenance agreement shall be required as a condition for reinstatement of the registration. § 104-8. Violations and penalties. EN Any person violating any provisions of this chapter shall, upon conviction thereof by a District Justice, be sentenced to pay a fine or penalty of not more than six hundred dollars ($600.), plus costs of prosecution, and, in default of payment of such fine and costs, to imprisonment in the county jail for a term not exceeding 30 days.