Police Department

Dustin D. LeGoullon, Chief
323 N. Franklin St.
814-827-5300 Extension 354 OR
(814) 724-2548 (Non-Emergency)
(814) 827-4219 (fax)

The Titusville Police Department are sworn Police Officers committed to protecting the citizens of Titusville. The Officers are well trained in all aspects of Law Enforcement and diligently strive towards providing the best service possible.

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About the Police Department

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About the Department

The Titusville Police Department is currently comprised of eleven full-time sworn police officers committed to protecting the citizens of Titusville. The officers are well trained in all aspects of law enforcement and diligently strive towards providing the best service possible.

 

Titusville Police Department is dispatched through Crawford County 9-1-1. Call 9-1-1 if you have an emergency or need to speak to a Titusville Police Officer. Officers are in radio contact with the 9-1-1 Center at all times. The 9-1-1 Center contacts the officers on duty by radio and gives them the location and other information of incidents. This information can be for either emergency or non-emergency situations.

 

The department provides 24-hour protection and has lockup facilities on site. The officers patrol the City streets with three cruisers, an unmarked SUV, two bicycles and foot patrols.

 

The School Resource Officer (SRO) position was created in 2020 as a collaboration between the City of Titusville, the Titusville School District and the Titusville Police Department. The SRO provides a safe learning and working environment for students and staff and is responsible for all schools in the district: Titusville High School, Titusville Middle School, Main Street Elementary, Hydetown Elementary, Pleasantville Elementary, and the Early Childhood Learning Center (ECLC). The SRO presents information during various classes, such as Criminal Justice Classes and Drivers Education Classes, and is developing a "Be Safe" program for elementary kids in Grades 4-6. The program will cover everything from gun safety, bus safety, bike safety, bullying and medication safety.  The SRO oversees the crossing guards at the intersections of Main Street & Washington Street and Main Street & Franklin Street.

Personnel

Chief – Dustin LeGoullon
Captain – Glenn Ciccarelli
Lieutenant – Aaron Madden
Sergeant – Jason Bean
Detective – Timothy Russell

Detective – Jeff Prugh
School Resource Officer – David Brooks
Patrolman – Robert Anderson
Patrolman – Andrew Carne

Patrolman - Adam Hamilton

Patrolman - Benjamin Stone

Police Clerk - Gretchen Douglas

 

Programs, Information, & Outreach

24-Hour Parking

No person shall park a registered vehicle on any street of the City for a continuous period of more than twenty-four hours.

Abandoned Vehicles

It shall be unlawful for anyone to store abandoned, wrecked, stripped, or junked vehicles on City streets. All vehicles with expired registration plates or state inspection stickers are considered to be abandoned.

Animal Control

Noise Disturbance: No owner of any dog or cat shall allow or permit such animal to engage in repeated loud howling, crying, or barking. Such noise is hereby declared to be a public nuisance. Complaints should be filed with the Police Department.

Fill out and submit this form to request the police department monitor your home or business for a period of time.

Fill out and submit the Business Contact Information form to Crawford County 911 so they may contact you in the event of an emergency.

Curfew For Minors

It shall be unlawful for anyone under the age of eighteen (18) to be present on or in any public street, park, square or any public place within the City during the period beginning at 12 midnight and ending at 5:00 a.m., unless they are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian having the care or custody of the minor.

Check out the department's Facebook page for updates, information, events, photos, and more.

Haunted House

The Titusville Police Department Haunted House started with a whisper between Officer Prugh and Officer Bean.  The whisper was heard by our then Chief, Harold Minch, who gave the go-ahead for this community event.  The first ever Haunted House at the Titusville Police Department took place in 2016; we had over 1,500 people come to the event that night. So many laughs, so many costumes and just a genuine appreciation from the citizens for putting on this event. The Haunted House was such a hit that we have made it an annual event. 2021 will be our 5th event; each year it proves to be a great time drawing around 900 people each time.

National Night Out

The Titusville Police Department hosted their first National Night Out on October 6, 2020 at the Titusville Police Station. The intentions of this event were to enhance the relationship between the community and first responders. The event included the Titusville Police Department, Titusville Fire Department, Emergycare, and Shambaugh’s Towing. The event was a great success and allowed community members to view parts of the police department as well as several emergency vehicles. It is our hope that the event will have a greater turnout in the following years and continue to strengthen the bond between first responders and members of our community!

Wildlife

Call the PA Game Commission at (814)432-3187.