The Malvern Police Department is charged with the responsibility of providing a full range of law enforcement services to the citizens of the Borough of Malvern, twenty–four hours per day and seven days per week. The Department is currently staffed by five full–time Officers, several part–time Officers and one Administrative Assistant.
All Calls For Police Assistance must be made through 9-1-1.
The Malvern Police Department does not have in-house dispatching capabilities.
“The Mission of the Malvern Borough Police Department, through a partnership with the Community, is to fairly and impartially enforce laws of the State and Ordinances of the Borough. We shall provide a sense of safety and security by preserving public peace and order, preventing and detecting crime, and by offering services that improve the quality of life for all Members of the Community.”
2021 Alarm Fee
Please be advised that if you have a monitored alarm system on your home and/or business, it must be registered with the Malvern Borough Police Department.
In accordance with our Borough Ordinance (https://www.ecode360.com/11229205?highlight=alarm&searchId=35466095760603190#11229205), there is a $25.00 per year fee which is due in January of each year.
If you have any questions or need additional info, please contact Corinne Badman at email@example.com or 610-647-0261.
Malvern Borough Police Department
1 E First Ave
Malvern PA 19355
Non-Emergency (Police Admin Office): 610-647-0261
The Police Department is organized into three functioning components:
Louis Marcelli, Chief of Police: firstname.lastname@example.org
Corinne Badman, Administrative Assistant: email@example.com
David Burton, Mayor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Non-Emergency Phone: 610-647-0261
The task of managing the day–to–day operations of a small police department consume a large part of the administrative services provided. These services are primarily provided by Louis Marcelli, Chief of Police: email@example.com, and Corinne Badman, Administrative Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone: 610-647-0261. Services include fiscal management, personnel and training, planning, research and public information.
Patrol services are the most visible aspect of the Police Department, and primarily provided by Patrol Officers. Strong emphasis is placed on promoting a proactive attitude toward the responsibilities of the Patrol Officers, to include community relations and crime prevention.
The Police Department also provides criminal investigations when necessary. A criminal investigation consists of a lawful search for people and evidence useful in reconstructing the circumstances of an illegal act or omission and the mental state accompanying it. It is the probing from known to unknown, backward in time and its goal is to determine the truth to the maximum extent possible.