Thursday, April 14th, 2022
On Thursday April 14, 2022 from 6pm to 7:30pm residents were invited to stop by the Borough Hall to meet Chief Tony Alsleben. Several residents stopped by and had light refreshments and drinks with t...
Friday, March 4th, 2022
On Friday March 4, 2022 at 8:15am, Tony Alsleben was sworn in as the new Chief of Police for the Borough of Alburtis Police Department by Mayor Kathleen Palmer with retired Chief Robert Palmer and Sen...
Wednesday, August 4th, 2021
On Tuesday August 3, 2021 from 12pm to 9pm, the Alburtis Police Department held its 14th Annual National Night Out Event at the Alburtis Area Community Center's Pool. For the first time this even...
Saturday, July 17th, 2021
The Borough of Alburtis Police Department was sorry to see three part-time police officers leave in 2021. Ryan Geist resigned in February to take a full time position as a police officer out of the c...
National Take Back Day



National Take Back Day was established by the Drug Enforcement Agency to collect expired, unwanted and unused prescription and over-the-counter medications and dispose of them properly, thus helping to reduce abuse of the medications and to help protect our environment. The program was started in Lehigh County in 2010. Alburtis Police Department is proud to be a participant of this program.


The 9th National Take Back Day was held on September 27, 2014 at various locations throughout the United States. In Lehigh County, area police departments collected the following amounts:





Alburtis Police Department


12.5 pounds

Macungie Police Department


15.5 pounds

Allentown Police Department

Giant Supermarket-Emmaus Ave

122 pounds

Allentown Police Department

Walgreen's Pharmacy- W. Tilghman St

130 pounds

Bethlehem Police Department

Westgate Mall

27.5 pounds

Catasauqua Police Department


9 pounds

Coopersburg Police Department

Giant Supermarket-Coopersburg

21 pounds

Lower Milford Township PD


2.5 pounds

Salisbury Township PD

South Mall

31.5 pounds

Slatington Police Department


27 pounds

South Whitehall Township PD


39 pounds

Upper Macungie Township PD


34.5 pounds

Upper Saucon Township PD


25 pounds

Whitehall Township PD


30 pounds

Pennsylvania State Police-Bethlehem


18 pounds






545 pounds


As of December 31, 2014, Lehigh County police departments have collected 1,871 pounds of unexpired or unwanted medications.

If you have any medications you need to dispose of, please contact our department, take them to the MedReturn box located at the pharmacy at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest, or talk to your local pharmacist.


For more information please visit Lehigh County's District Attorney's website.

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