The officers of the Mount Union Borough Police Department are trained, professional individuals who strive to provide a better quality of life to the residents of Mount Union Borough.
Our officers are highly skilled and trained in many aspects of police work, including but not limited to: Criminal and Traffic Investigations, Narcotics Investigations, Handling Citizen Complaints, Crime Reduction, Neighborhood Patrol, and enforcement of the Criminal and Traffic Laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as well as the local ordinances of the Borough of Mount Union.
Remember that there is a person in that uniform... please feel free to approach any of our officers and discuss any problem you may need assistance with... or, just say a friendly "hello".
OFFICERS OF THE MOUNT UNION POLICE DEPARTMENT:
Corporal Robert K. Lippmann
Police Officer David Buseck
Police Officer Justin Inch
Police Officer Corey Stuller
Police Officer Eric Burnett
Equipment and Vehicles
- Mount Union Police Department Deploys Tasers - July 9, 2009
The Mount Union Police Department recently purchased Taser X-26 Electronic Control Devices (ECDs). The Taser is another "tool" in the Law Enforcement Officer's "Toolbox" that will allow officers to safely control situations.
- Unit 601: 2009 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor
This is the department's primary patrol car that was placed in service in late May, 2009. The vehicle is equipped with LED emergency lighting, and a specially designed rear passenger seat that improves officer safety during the transport of prisoners.
Unit 602: 2004 Ford Explorer
Used primarily for prisoner transports and during periods of inclement weather, the department's 4-wheel drive vehicle serves many purposes including incident support and as a back-up vehicle when needed.