Delaware River Port Authority Police Department

Delaware River Port Authority Police Department

The DRPA Police Department is a division of the Delaware River Port Authority. It provides police services on all DRPA properties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, including the Delaware River bridges between Philadelphia and New Jersey and the PATCO Speedline rail line between Lindenwold, Camden County,New Jersey and the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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Delaware River Port Authority Police Department - Fallen Officers
... Since the establishment of the Delaware River Port Authority Police Department, 2 officers have died in the line of duty ... Officer Date of Death Details Police Officer Pascal M ... Grassi Saturday, December 29, 1973 Struck by train Police Cpl ...

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