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York County police turn to online reporting for non-emergency calls during coronavirus

Ron Musselman
York Dispatch
York City is the latest police department to turn to online reporting for non-emergency calls during the coronavirus crisis.

York City is the latest police department in York County to turn to online reporting for nonemergency calls during the coronavirus crisis.

Officers said examples of such crimes in York City would include thefts, vandalism and fraud.

To make a report, go to https://york.crimewatchpa.com/yorkpd/8395/report. If you are reporting an emergency, call 911. 

According to CrimeWatch, other police departments using its online reporting system for nonemergencies in York County include:

  • York Area Regional Police Department. Click here.
  • Spring Garden Township Police Department. Click here
  • Newberry Township Police Department. Click here.

— Ron Musselman can be reached at rmusselman@yorkdispatch.com or via Twitter at @ronmusselman8.

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