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Montgomery County District Court 38-2-02
8:30 am to 4:15 pm, Monday to Friday
District Justice Catherine Hummel-Fried
80 H Gravel Pike, Suite 100
Red Hill, PA 18076
Fax: (215) 679-7561
How do I get a copy of a police report?
Complete the Right-To-Know Request Form and return it to
Marlborough Township Attn: Right-To-Know Officer.
More information on Right-To-Know can be found on the Township Website.
Fees apply for Right To Know. Police reports $15.00.
How do I get a local police check for a conceal weapon permit?
Complete the conceal permit application and appear at the police station during normal business office hours, Monday to Friday from 9:00AM to 2:00PM, with valid driver's license, completed form and $15.00 payment. Further information appears on the cover sheet of the application form on link provided.
How do I get a copy of a driver manual?
You can pick one up from our station during normal business hours or visit the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation website to view or download available manuals.
How does the Pennsylvania Point System work?
Check out the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Fact Sheet.
How do I request a copy of my driver history?
You can request a copy through Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Online Service Center. On this site you can also renew your license and reqistration, correct your address and more.
How do I request a copy of my criminal history?
You can request a copy through the Pennsylvania State Police website.
How can I file a protection from abuse action?
You can contact the Women's Center of Montgomery County at 1-800-773-2424. The Women's Center's legal advocates are available to assist and accompany you through all the steps of this process, from filling out the paperwork to meeting with the Judge.
Free Child Safety Seat Inpections
Click here for list of locations and the contact information to schedule an appointment.
The Marlborough Township Police Department is a collection site for medications. For more information see flyer. Stop into the Police Department normal business hours.
The Marlborough Township Police Department is pleased to announce the availability of free gun locks to local residents. These locks were made available to the police department through Project Child Safe and work on all types of weapons by locking the chamber in an open and safe mode. To obtain a free lock(s) for your gun stop into the Police Department or Township office during normal business hours.