On behalf of Chief of Police Raymond J. Barry III and Mayor John H. Hartman, we welcome you to the Cleona Borough Police Department web site. We hope that our web site's content gives you enough information about our department and services that we offer to the public and residents of the Borough of Cleona. The Borough of Cleona is located in Lebanon County, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, approximately 3 miles west of the City of Lebanon. The Borough was incorporated in 1929 and according to the 2000 census, our population is 2, 148 in a 0.9 square mile area with a total of 30 miles of local and state roadways. The department was established in 1956 and is currently comprised of 4 fulltime police officers including a Chief of Police, a Sergeant, two Patrolman, and a school crossing guard. The departments mission is the protection of life and property, the maintenance of order and public peace, the preservation of individual, human and constitutional rights, the prevention and repression of crime, the enforcement of laws through the detection, identification, and apprehension of law violators and providing a professional service to the public and residents of the Borough of Cleona.