The Butler Township Police Department is managed by Chief John Hays and consists of a lieutenant, four patrol sergeants, three detectives, twelve full time patrol officers, one part time dog law enforcement officer, and two full time clerical support staff.
The police officers are continuously participating in advanced training and the police vehicles contain the latest equipment to aid in law enforcement, such as video recording devices and mobile data terminals.
Here at Butler Township Police, we believe that “working with you, we can make a difference!
In 2019, Butler Township Police were dispatched by the Butler County Emergency Management Center (911) to over 6,900 incidents. Butler Township Police are an active member of the Butler County Drug Task Force, participating in various community policing activities, including the Officer Phil Elementary School program.
Common Police Department Requests.
- For answers to commonly asked questions, see the Police’s FAQ.
- For Information about commonly requested services, see Police Services
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Butler Township Police Department
BTPD is a full service department that employs 21 full time Officers.