About The Mount Union Police Department
The Mount Union Borough Police Department is responsible for the safety and protection of The Borough of Mount Union, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, 17066. Our primary mission is service to the public. We are a full-time police department staffed by full-time and part-time police officers who are committed to the safety, protection, and security of the residents, visitors, and businesses of the Borough. The Police Department patrols the incorporated areas of the Borough of Mount Union consists of approximately one and one half square miles located in Central Pennsylvania on the border between Huntingdon and Mifflin Counties, along the banks of the picturesque Juniata River. As of the census of 2000, there were 2,504 people, 1,166 households, and 684 families residing in the borough which the police department serves.
The Department is also fortunate to have several specialized units, including a K-9 Unit consisting of a certified dual-purpose patrol/narcotic dog as well as a SCUBA team that is responsible for evidence recovery from underwater.
Please click on the officer's name for a brief biography:
|Corporal||Robert K. Lippmann|
|Corporal||Mark E. Ewald|
|Full-Time Officer||Brian Becker|
|Full-Time Officer||Mary Persing|
|Full-Time Officer||David Buseck|
Equipment and Vehicles
- Mount Union Police Department Deploys
Tasers - July 9, 2009
- The Mount Union Police Department recently purchased Taser X-26 Electronic Control Devices (ECDs). The Taser is another "tool" in the Law Enforcement Officer's "Toolbox" that will allow officers to safely control situations.
- Unit 601: 2009 Ford Crown
Victoria Police Interceptor
- This is the department's primary patrol car that was placed in service in late May, 2009. The vehicle is equipped with LED emergency lighting, and a specially designed rear passenger seat that improves officer safety during the transport of prisoners.
Unit 602: 2004 Ford Explorer - Used primarily for prisoner transports and during periods of inclement weather, the department's 4-wheel drive vehicle serves many purposes including incident support and as a back-up vehicle when needed.
Unit 603: 2000 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor