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Taser FAQ
State College Police and Penn State University Police have announced the joint implementation of Tasers for trained police officers. Tasers, which use an electrical impulse to briefly immobilize violent or resisting suspects, provide a safer option for arresting individuals who are clearly at risk of harming themselves or others.

Taser Frequently Asked Questions

CrimeReports
Use the map below to check on crime in the Borough of State College and the Townships of College and Harris. The State College Police Department uses CrimeReports to auto-publish crime information from our records management system onto a map. At the click of a mouse, citizens can review reported crime by date range over the past six months, type of crime, and the location by street and block number.

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State College
Police Department

Thomas King
Chief of Police
243 South Allen Street
State College, PA 16801
(814) 234-7150
(814) 235-3324 (fax)
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Penn State and State College police add standard tool for campus and community safety
Penn State University Police and State College Police have purchased and trained police officers on Tasers, devices that use an electrical impulse to briefly immobilize violent or resisting suspects that provides a safer option for arresting individuals. Read on...
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