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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 11, 2018
 
Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania State announced today that that the York Station will be reassigned from Troop H to Troop J, effective Saturday, January 13, 2018. The change is mainly administrative; implemented to create greater parity between the staffing levels and coverage areas of the two troops. There will be no change to the services provided by the York Station.
 
“The same troopers who the people of York County rely on to provide professional police services will continue to respond to calls and be a proactive presence in the communities they serve,” said Lieutenant Nicole Palmer, commander of the York Station. “Day-to-day operations of the station will not be affected.”
 
The York Station is home to more than 80 enlisted members and civilian employees. It has been located at 110 Trooper Court since 1993, with a new facility slated to open less than a mile away this summer.
 
After the York Station is reassigned, Troop J will include four stations covering Chester, Lancaster, and York Counties. Troop H will include six stations covering Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Perry, and Franklin Counties.
 
For more information about the Pennsylvania State Police, visit www.psp.pa.gov.
 
MEDIA CONTACT:    Trooper James Spencer, Troop J, 717-290-1996
                                    Trooper Brent Miller, Troop H, 717-671-7601
 
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Agencies: PA State Police