It is the policy of the Beaver Police
Department to work closely with the community in
order to combat the problem of motor vehicle theft
in Beaver Township. The Catch Auto Thieves (CAT)
Program provides a way for residents of Beaver
Township to voluntarily register their motor
vehicles with the Beaver Police Department as a
means of detecting and deterring motor vehicle
thefts by pre-authorizing investigative stops of
their registered vehicles if observed being operated
between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.
– Motor vehicle owners who reside in Beaver Township
may voluntarily participate in the CAT Program by
registering their motor vehicles with the Beaver
Police Department’s Administrative Assistant.
All required identifying information
on the registered owners, motor vehicles, and
authorized drivers must be completed on the CAT
Program application form. In addition, the
registered owners must agree and attest to the rules
governing the program and the statement of consent
to stop the motor vehicle(s) without separate
probable cause or reasonable suspicion if they are
found being operated between the hours of 1:00 a.m.
and 5:00 a.m. on any day of the week.
Upon receipt, verification, and
approval of the completed application and consent
forms, the Administrative Assistant will issue a
standard, serialized CAT Program decal to be affixed
to the outside of the lower left corner of the rear
window of each registered motor vehicle.
Wants to Treat You
If you, or a loved
one, is 55 or older; or a victim of Alzheimer's or
other medical condition; and a resident of Beaver
Township, you can become a participant of the CLASS
Officers will make
routine checks on your welfare if you desire
Officers will keep
you aware of scam/con artists working in the area
You will have a
better sense of safety and security, as will your
CLASS Registration Form
Monthly Crime Watch
meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of the month at
7:00PM. Officers provide valuable information on
current crime trends and ways to keep your home and
property safe. Every meeting features a speaker on
safety related topics ranging from home security to
personal safety, both at home and away.
The meetings are
currently held at:
Shepherd of the
301 West Western
Crime Watch Information
Residents of Beaver Township can call
the Beaver Police Department for a "vacation watch"
on their home. Officers will periodically check the
home to make sure it is secure.
We need the following information
from you in order to complete a vacation watch
address and phone number of at least one person we
can call in case of an emergency.
Note: It is best if this person
has a key to the residence.
Descriptions and locations of vehicles left at the
lights left on, location as well as times, if on a
- A phone
number where you can be reached, if possible, in
case of an emergency.
The information can be provided to
the Beaver Police Department by stopping in and
completing a vacation watch form or contacting us by