Mission and Values Statement


The mission of the Upper Providence Township Police Department is to safeguard the lives, property, and constitutional protections of the people we serve; with respect, honor, and integrity by providing professional law enforcement services and protection through leadership and partnership with the community.

Values Statement

The members of the Upper Providence Township Police Department are committed to providing the highest level of police services for our residents and community by adhering to the following shared values.  


We are committed to improving the quality of life in our community by providing a safe environment for everyone.

We are dedicated to protecting life and property and developing a partnership with citizens and business community to prevent and solve crimes and/or traffic related concerns.  

Honor and Respect

We pledge to respect and honor the intrinsic dignity of all people and promise fair and equal treatment for all.

We will always perform with the utmost integrity and enforce the laws equally and without bias.


We support individual responsibility for one’s actions as the core of good moral fiber and promise total accountability for our actions.  


We will hold ourselves accountable to the highest principles of personal conduct in every word and action to make certain that we maintain public confidence.  

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    Battle of the Badges Blood Drive

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    Special Awards presented to Officers & UPT Police Department

    Monday, October 17, 2022, was a special evening for our police department at the Board of Supervisors meeting. Several police officers were presented with awards and MCES recognized our agency for supporting their Crisis Intervention Specialist training. Read on...
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  1. Chief Freeman

    U. Mark Freeman

    Police Chief

  2. Police

    Physical Address
    1286 Black Rock Road
    Phoenixville, PA 19460

    Phone: : 610-933-7899
    Fax: : 610-983-0370
    Emergency Phone: : 911

    Non-emergency calls; 610-489-9332

    For information or copies of reports, call 610-933-7899.

    Administrative Office Hours

    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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