DVSCP is proud to present Chief Noah Cline, Perry County Sheriff’s Office, with a 2021 First Responder’s Award. Chief Cline has gone above and beyond this year working with victims of domestic violence. Chief Cline listens to victims with respect, compassion, and empathy. In the fast-paced world of victim services, Chief Cline stands out for all the best reasons.
Pictured is DVSCP’s Ella Leary and Chief Noah Cline
Sheriff David Hammar
2 E. Main Street
P.O. Box 6
New Bloomfield, PA 17068
Phone: (717) 582-5123
Fax: (717) 582-5115
Hours: Monday – Friday 8am to 4pm
It is the mission of the Perry County Sheriff’s Office to protect and serve the citizens and visitors of Perry County with fairness, compassion, and respect. We pledge to work hard daily to achieve excellence in our profession while incorporating the core values of integrity, professionalism, and honor in every phase of our responsibilities. We are committed to maintaining a law enforcement presence in our community, providing security to the courts, assisting other county agencies in times of need/risk, protecting county-owned/leased buildings and property, executing orders of court, and issuing various licenses. Above all, we will remember our sworn oath to protect the constitutional rights of all the people while working together to keep persons free from crime and never forgetting the right to live in a peaceful environment.
- Conducting Real Estate and Personal Property Sales
- Issuing Licenses to Carry Concealed Firearms, Licenses to Sell Firearms and Licenses to Sell Precious Metals
- Serve and enforcement of court orders, writs of summons, complaints, money judgements and injunctions
- Service of warrants issued by the courts
- Providing security to county properties and to the courts
- Providing a law enforcement present to county offices in times of need/risk
- Provide safe and secure transportation of prisoners for court appearances
- Enforce violations of the PA Crimes and Vehicle Code
- Provide law enforcement assistance and support to other law enforcement agencies; including the Perry County Drug Task Force
- Provide education, assistance and awareness to the public through community service programs
- Provide Finger printing services (for a $10.00 fee)
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If you would like more information after reading this, you may contact the Sheriff Dept. at (717) 582-5123. Click here to learn more.