The Eastern Pike Regional Police Department is launching their new website on December 9, 2013. The new design will allow information, including crime reports and community alerts, to be posted faster and read more easily.
The new eprpd.org features a reactive design, which refits content on the website to match the screen size of each user, making it easier to navigate for both desktop and mobile users, said Chief Chad Stewart.
Along with a fresh new look the site contains a substantial amount of content. It showcases the work of our Police Officers, and Civilian Staff and highlights key news and events from around Westfall Township and Matamoras Borough.
“Like with anything else, the look of the website becomes kind of dated over time if it isn’t improved. So we thought it was time for a bit of a facelift, said Stewart.
The new site allows for better incorporation with the departments social media accounts, including Facebook and Twitter. The new site includes a blog and news release page allowing for more direct contact with the community.
The department plans to provide an area where people can request and pay for accident reports using google checkout. This will allow for easier and timelier access to those records, said Chief Stewart.
Chief Stewart encouraged web users to “like: the department on Facebook and to follow our Twitter account. We also welcome the public to provide ideas on how to improve the website over time to allow for better communication.