|Programs & Services
Bicycle Safety - Bicycle safety demonstrations & information is provided for children.
Community/Public Safety Seminars - Seminars can be conducted on personal/home safety, gang awareness, drug awareness and neighborhood watches, etc.
Drug Investigations - The Franklin County Drug Task Force offers their assistance to the Waynesboro Police Department in drug investigations and making arrests.
Fingerprinting of Civilians - The Waynesboro Police Department will fingerprint civilians (for employment, adoption, military, etc.) Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. There is no cost for borough residents. The cost for non residents is $15.00 for up to three cards. Please call in advance to make sure an officer is available to assist you: 717-762-2132.
Healthy Kids Day - This event is sponsored by the YMCA and is a day set aside to enlighten children on ways to build lasting habits of good health. This event is held in April and is open and free to the public.
National Night Out Program - The National Night Out Program is a community awareness program. Each year the Waynesboro Police Department holds an information and display night. Local fire departments, ambulance squads, The Medic II, Waynesboro Hospital along with various other agencies in Franklin County set up displays to bring neighborhoods together with public safety personnel to help fight drugs, violence and help promote crime prevention.
Station Tours - Tours are available for groups by appointment only. The tour includes the police vehicles, station, cells and booking center.
Waynesboro Hospital Health Fair - Once a year the Waynesboro Hospital holds a health fair open and free to the public. The Health Fair is held one Saturday in March from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the Waynesboro Senior High School Gymnasium.
Neighborhood Watch Program - Neighborhood Watch Programs have been found to be an efficient and effective way of preventing crime and reducing the fear of crime in a community. Participation in neighborhood watch programs can aid in forging bonds between residents, businesses and the police who serve the community. Educating and encouraging residents and community leaders to participate in crime prevention and development of solutions to neighborhood problems is the foundational cornerstone of the program. For additional information, please call the police department at 762-2132.