You can also find more information in the Police Department section of this website under Township Services.
Contact the Pennsylvania Traffic Injury Prevention Project at 1-800-227-2358.
You can go to Penn Dot’s driver license and vehicle registration site at www.dmv.state.pa.us.
Online: Hatfield Township Police uses CrashDocs.org (powered by CarFax). Please visit https://www.crashdocs.org and have your name, accident date, and report number ready.
In-Person or Mail: You or your insurance company may obtain a copy of the report through the mail or in person at Hatfield Township Police Department by submitting a check for $15.00 made payable to Hatfield Township. If done by mail, you must include the blue card that you were given at the accident or the accident report number. Also include a self-addressed stamped envelope. Please note that, due to the complexity of some accidents, the accident report might take anywhere from 3 business days to three weeks to process.
All drivers are responsible to secure children from birth to age four in an approved child passenger restraint system. The fine is waived if driver shows proof of a car seat. All drivers are responsible to secure children from four to eight years of age in a seat belt system and an appropriately fitting child booster seat.
All drivers are responsible to secure all children from eight to 18 years of age anywhere in the vehicle in a seat belt system.
Pennsylvania Law requires the Sheriff of Montgomery County to process all Applications for License to Carry Firearms.
Please visit the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office webpage for more information: http://www.montcopa.org/401/Gun-Permits
Two District Justices serve Hatfield Township and Hatfield Borough:
District Justice Andrea Duffy 38-1-18
601 Bethlehem Pike Bldg. D Suite 100
Montgomeryville, PA 18936
District Justice Edward Levine 38-1-28
430-440 Pennbrook Parkway
Lansdale, PA 19446-2007