Safest Pennsylvania Cities
Penn Township ranked as one of the '50 Safest Cities in Pennsylvania' according to SafeWise — a community-focused security organization, which provides home security tips and tools, the most recent news in the safety industry, and helps homeowners compare security providers, so they can protect themselves and their homes.
SafeWise ranked cities based on the most recent FBI crime data from 2011, population, and other ranking factors — like unique safety initiatives and security programs implemented within the past few years. From the hundreds of cities chosen in Pennsylvania, SafeWise narrowed the list down to 50 and assigned rankings according to how the township met the criteria.
“It’s refreshing to see so many caring communities working together to make sure their towns are safe," SafeWise security analyst Rebecca Edwards said. “Most of these Pennsylvania cities have crime rates far below the national average, which is a testament to the difference conscientious citizens can make.”
Emergency Management Coordinator
Emergency Management Coordinator Position Opening
Qualified applicants must submit a letter, which documents their training and familiarity with the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Services Code, 35 Pa. C.S. § 7101 – 7515, including submission of copies of all related training records.
This is a volunteer position, but mileage and out of pocket expenses are reimbursed. The appointment must be approved by a majority vote of the Penn Township Commissioners for recommendation to the Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Submission of letters and records should be to Bruce Light, Penn Township Manager, 2001 Municipal Court, Harrison City, PA 15636 or emailed to: email@example.com
The position will remain open until a candidate is successfully appointed.