The Right-to-Know Officer for CBRPD is Chief Donnelly. The Standard Right-to-Know form can be obtained by clicking the link below. The form may be submited by mail or in person. There is a $15 service fee for each report. Payment should be made if/when the request is approved.
Within five business days of receipt of the request, CBRPD will respond in one of the following ways:
- grant the request and provide the record
- deny the request in whole or in part; cite the
reason for the denial and outline the appeals
- invoke a 30 calendar-day extension
All records in possession of the CBRPD shall be presumed to be a public record, unless:
- the record is exempt under Section 708
- the record is protected by a privilege
- the record is exempt under any other federal or
state law or judicial order or decree
CLICK HERE Right-to-Know Request
Special Event/Parade Application
If you are planning a special event, parade, or block party you will need to print and complete the Special Event Application by clicking on the link below. The application must be presented to CBRPD at least two (2) months prior to the event. All events go through an approval process. Once your event has been reviewed, it may be deemed necessary to contract for police services (i.e., traffic control, crowd control) for the event. The Sergeant in charge of your event will be in contact with you to work out the details.
CLICK HERE Doylestown Special Event Application
CLICK HERE Chalfont Special Event Application
Leaving home for a period of time? Let CBRPD know your plans. Officers, as time permits, will drive by your home keeping an eye out for you while you are away. There is no cost to you for this service. Click on the link below to contact us and include your name, address, phone, departure date, return date, lights on in the house, cars in the driveway, and a keyholder name/phone in the area. Have a great vacation!