Right to Know Policy Information
Pennsylvania Right to Know Law Public records will be available for inspection and copying at the Lower Pottsgrove Township Police Department during normal business hours.
Please review the Right to Know Policy (PDF).
Submitting a Request
Please submit a completed Right to Know Request Form to the Lower Pottsgrove Township Police Open Records Officer.
If you prefer to mail or hand deliver this request, please utilize the following copy of the form and return it to as directed below:
Right to Know Request Form (PDF)
Lower Pottsgrove Township Police Open Records Officer
2199 Buchert Road
Pottstown, PA 19464
Fees for the copies may be charged at the rate specified in Lower Pottsgrove Twp. Resolution# 453--Q(A) January 24, 2019.
All appeals of right to know law denials must be submitted in writing to:
Deputy District Attorney Robert Falin
RTK Appeals Officer
District Attorney’s Office
PO Box 311
Norristown, PA 19404
Additional information regarding the right to know law and records request may be obtained by contacting the Pennsylvania Office of Open Records as follows:
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Office of Open Records
333 Market Street, 16th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17101-2234
Email Open Records
Under the Right-to-Know Law, investigative reports are exempted from the definition of a public record, therefore any such request will be denied.
Criminal history information is not accessible under the Right-to-Know Law but may be obtained through the submission of a Request for Criminal History, Form SP 4-164 (PDF), which is available on the Pennsylvania State Police website.
The Lower Pottsgrove Township Police do not possess or retain investigative or administrative information for other state or local agencies; therefore, such requests will be denied.