112 Township Drive, Tannersville, Pa. 18372

Contact Info

Hours of Operation:

Administrative Secretary Office Hours:
8:00 am to 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm 
to 4:30 pm
Phone: (570) 629-7200
Dispatch: (570) 992-9911
(570) 629- 7323
Fax: (570) 629-1501
After Hours Phone: (570) 992-9911
Emergency Numbers: 911
110 Township Drive 
Tannersville, PA 18372

Mission Statement

To serve and protect our community with integrity, professionalism, and dedication. We are committed to upholding the law, safeguarding lives and property, and fostering a safe and inclusive environment for all residents. Through collaboration, transparency, and ethical conduct, we aim to build trust and partnerships within our community, ensuring that our actions reflect our values of justice, respect, and accountability.

The current Police Department consists of twenty one (20) full-time officers, one (1) Chief, one (1) Patrol Sergeant, one (1) Sergeant of Detectives, one (1) Detective, four (4) Corporals, twelve (12) Patrolmen and two (2) full-time administrative staff.

Department Roster

James Wagner
Chief of Police
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Eric Rath
Patrol Sergeant
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Laura J. Fluegel
Administrative Assistant
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Jill Kozic
Administrative Assistant
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Detective Division

Earl Ackerman
Sergeant of Detectives
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Michael Scicutella
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Patrol Division

Douglas Smith
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Aaron Anglemyer
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Austin Anglemyer
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James Scott
Acting Corporal
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Christopher Gupko
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Marc Iannazzo
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Larry Miller
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Ryan Melley
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Joseph Bianchi
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Raymond Kuehner
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Christopher Chiusano
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Thomas Moser
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Devin Dehart
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Liam Rebetje
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Alex Bagley
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Kylie Tausendfreundt
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"We Care" Program

Anyone who lives alone in Pocono Township may sign up to participate in a special security program. The Community Policy We Care program is designed to provide added personal security to the elderly, disabled or ill, who live alone.
The Pocono Township Police Department will maintain a list of the individuals, emergency numbers, contact persons, key holders and other information. Each day between 9:00AM and 11:00AM the participating person is to call the Police Department and check-in so that the Police know everything is fine and they are well. If no call is received by 11:00AM, the Police will call them. If no response is obtained, an officer will be dispatched to the residence to check on their well-being. Download We Care PDF

Drug Collection Unit

Pocono Township has a Drug Collection Unit located in the lobby of the Police Department and will provide residents with a safe and environmentally responsible way to dispose of unwanted, unused or expired medication, including controlled substances.

The lobby of the Police Department is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in which accepted medications can be dropped off with no questions asked. We do ask that medications are placed in a zip top type bag. Should you have any questions please contact the Pocono Township Police Secretary at (570) 629-7200 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

The Pocono Township Police Department is committed to providing a safe, simple, secure and environmentally friendly way to help law enforcement agencies and communities collect unwanted or expired household medication, including prescriptions, over-the-counter drugs and unused pharmaceuticals in locations throughout the U.S.A.

Vacation Property Checks

The Pocono Township Police Department offers township residents vacation property checks.  If you wish to take advantage of this service, please complete the form below or contact our office from 8:00 to 4:00 pm at (570) 629-7200:

Right To Know Request

Anyone in need of a copy of a police records report needs to complete and submit the Right to Know Request Form linked here.

Right To Know Officer: Laura Fluegel

Phone: (570) 629-7200 x 234

Email: [email protected]

Alternate: Jill Kozic

Email: [email protected]


Under Pennsylvania’s motor vehicle laws, a vehicle is considered abandoned if:

  • Left on a highway or public property in inoperable condition for 48 hours or longer
  • Left illegally on a highway or public property
  • Left on a highway or public property for 48 hours or longer and does not have a valid license plate, inspection sticker, or VIN number
  • Left on private property without owner’s consent for 48 hours or longer

If you have a complaint regarding an abandoned vehicle, contact an officer via Pocono Township’s non-emergency phone listing, (570) 629-7200.

A Police Officer will respond and evaluate the situation. If the vehicle can be classified as abandoned, the vehicle will be removed.

The Monroe County Central Booking Center, located at the Correctional Facility in Snydersville, provides employment and applicant fingerprinting to the general public.

Generally, the Central Booking Center provides this service during regular business hours, Monday through Friday. However, they will attempt to accommodate individuals that need fingerprinting services outside of these hours on a case-by-case basis.

The cost for this service is $25 payable by check or money order to the “County of Monroe”. You must present a photo identification when fingerprinted.

To schedule an appointment, please contact the Monroe County Central Booking Center at (570) 992-6643.

There are several ways that you can make an official police report:

  • In an Emergency or Hazardous situation, Dial 911. A police officer will be dispatched to the location you specify.
  • For non-emergencies, Call 570-992-9911. A police officer will be dispatched to the location you specify.
  • You may take a report in person by coming into the police station located at 110 Township Drive, Tannersville.

If you need a copy of a police report you we need to  complete a right to know form and return it to the police department.  The cost of an incident report is $0.25 per page

In person – Reports are available at the following times at our office:

Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Right to know Form linked here.

If you need a copy of an accident police report please follow this link: https://secure.crashdocs.org/

The cost of each report is $15.

Yes, all burglar alarm system must be registered with the Police Department at the time of installation

All alarm registrations are $15. 

Please complete the alarm registration form and bring the form along with the registration fee to the Police Department during normal business hours.

Alarm permit form PDF

Magisterial Court 43-3-03

3361 Route 611
Suite 4
Bartonsville, PA 18321

Phone: (570) 629-1460

Take I-80W to Exit 302 – PA 611/Bartonsville.
Turn left off of the exit to PA611 North.
Follow 611N for 1 mile.
Court is located in the Bartonsville Commons – Suite #4.