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THE CHIEF OF POLICE

On behalf of the Cecil Township Police Department, I would like to thank you for visiting our website. It is our goal that you will find the information on this site not only informative, but valuable as well.

As Chief of Police, I recognize that our partnership with the community of Cecil Township is an important role for the continued success to provide a safe place for people who live, work and play in Cecil Township. We will always strive to accomplish excellence in policing and foster the highest level of public trust and safety.

We welcome your comments and suggestions concerning ways in which we can better serve you. It is an honor for me to serve Cecil Township as the Chief of Police.


- Chief Shawn F. Bukovinsky

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CECIL: SIXTH SAFEST TOWNSHIP IN PENNSYLVANIA
Where you can enjoy the serene majesty of nature as well as the advantages of a world-class township. Cecil Township is nestled in the northeastern corner of Washington County Pennsylvania. The township offers a mix of residential, agricultural and business uses. In 2011, Cecil Township was voted the safest city in Pennsylvania to live.

In 2019, Cecil Township was voted the 6th safest Township in Pennsylvania emphasizing the great work our police department does on a daily basis to keep our community a great place to live: https://backgroundchecks.org/safest-cities-in-pennsylvania.html. The township continues to grow and thrive. It is no wonder why generations of families and newcomers call Cecil “home”.