History of the Eastern Pike Regional Police Department
The Eastern Pike Regional Police Department includes the Borough of Matamoras, and the Township of Westfall, which are located in
extreme end of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Matamoras Borough occupies 448 acres and has approximately 2,312 residents. Westfall Township
occupies 19,456 acres and has approximately 2,430 residents.
The Borough of Matamoras and the Township of Westfall, Pike County, signed a Regionalization agreement on October 4, 2007 to combine their
current police forces. On January 7, 2008 the new department started servicing the two communities. This is to be the first regional police
department in Pike County.
Our Commitment To Excellence
The top priority of every member of the Eastern Pike Regional Police Department is to provide the highest quality of service to the
citizens of Matamoras and Westfall.
We acknowledge the need for maintaining high ethical standards and are committed to professional standards that ensure us a place of
trust and respect within the community.
The Eastern Pike Regional Police Department is governed by a five member Police Commission made up of two members of the Matamoras
Borough Council and two members from the Westfall Township Board of Supervisors, as well as, one member of the community appointed
by the other four members.