Bristol Township Police

Chief Robert A. Coulton
Address 2501 Bath Road
Bristol PA 19007
Phone 215-785-4052


It is the mission of the Bristol Township Police Department to serve all people with respect and integrity, while enhancing their quality of life. The department is committed to service through efficient and effective policing by working in partnership with the community, and in accordance with constitutional rights, to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, reduce fear, and provide for a safe environment.


The Bristol Township Police Department can trace its roots back to 1948. Joseph Seader was the first Bristol Township Police Chief and for awhile, its sole Police Officer.  He was joined in the early 1950’s by three additional officers. In 1952, the Department swelled to 15 officers as William Levitt began building his vision for the community of Levittown. The department headquarters was actually located at Bolton Mansion from 1952 up until 1967 when the Bristol Township Municipal Building was opened.

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