Lancaster Police Stations Archive

Buy Lancaster Police Station ‘Grant St.’ Now

Lancaster Police Station ‘Grant St.’

The original watercolor painting can be purchased for $400.00. There is only ONE original. The print image size is 9-7/8" x 10-1/8". There are 500 signed and numbered prints ($30.00), 50 artist proofs ($35.00), and open-edition prints ($10.00-$20.00) available to purchase.

Lancaster's Grant Street Police Station was located on Grant Street in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The building was demolished and in its place is the Lancaster County Courthouse property. Take notice of the 'man in handcuffs, and the police car styles

Buy Lancaster Police Station ‘West’ Now

Lancaster Police Station ‘West’

The original watercolor painting can be purchased for $400.00. There is only ONE original. The print image size is 8-5/8" x 11-3/8". There are 500 signed and numbered prints ($30.00), 50 artist proofs ($35.00) and open-edition prints ($10.00-$20.00) available to purchase.

The Bureau of Police is located at 39 W. Chestnut Street in downtown Lancaster, and consists of approximately 147 sworn officers and 46 civilian employees. The Bureau of Police operates out of twelve sectors, or districts, and operates in four divisions, including Patrol, Criminal Investigative, Administrative Services, and Contracted Services. The Bureau also remains the largest law enforcement agency in Lancaster County. I got a grand tour of the facility which was quite an eye-opener.

Buy Lancaster Police Station ‘East’ Now

Lancaster Police Station ‘East’

The original watercolor painting can be purchased for $400.00. There is only ONE original. The print image size is 7" x 15". There are 500 signed and numbered prints ($30.00), 50 artist proofs ($35.00), and open-edition prints available to purchase.

Lancaster's Police Station (East) was Lancaster's second police station. The new police station is one block west of this building I asked to ride with a cop for one night after signing the appropriate paperwork. It was the longest four hours of my life. Take notice to the police officer on the sidewalk and his police cruiser.