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...
Child Safety Seats

SAFEKIDS.ORG (website)

 

CHILD SAFETY SEAT LOANER PROGRAM

The Alburtis Police Department is proud to be a qualified loaner in the CHILD PASSENGER RESTRAINT LOAN PROGRAM (CPRLP).  The CPRLP is made possible by the Child Passenger Restraint Fund, which was established in the PA Vehicle Code.  The Fund consists of fines collected from child passenger safety law violations, federal grant funds, and donations, and is used solely for the purpose of purchasing Federally-approved child restraint seats and booster seats and making them available to qualified loaner programs.

On April 29, 2015, Alburtis PD received its first shipment of car seats from Evenflo Company, Inc. through PennDOT.  

If you are in need of a car seat-infant, convertible, combination, high back belt positioning booster, or backless belt positioning booster-please contact Officer Chris Lubenetski.

To obtain a car seat, the receiver must watch a safety video on installation, install the car seat with assistance from Officer Lubenetski, complete the car seat registration card, and complete any other paperwork required by the program.  the car seats will be available for free to those needing them-parents and grandparents-with the stipulation that they are returned to the police department when they are no longer needed.

 

Pennsylvania’s Occupant Protection Law for Children

ü All children from birth to age 4 must be secured in a car seat anywhere in the vehicle.

ü Children younger than age 2 must be secured rear-facing, until they outgrow the maximum weight and height of the car seat.

ü All children 4 years of age and older, but less than 8 years, must be secured in a seat belt and an appropriate booster seat anywhere in the vehicle.

ü All children 8 years of age and older, but less than 18 years of age, must be secured in a seat belt system anywhere in the vehicle.

ü All drivers are responsible for securing children in the appropriate car seat, booster seat, or seat belt.

 

KIDS CAN LIVE WITH IT (PDF FILE)
Information on Child Passenger Safety Seats and what seats are appropriate. 

 

WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT BOOSTER SEATS (PDF FILE)

 


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