Indiana Township Police Department

Call 911 for ALL emergencies.

The Indiana Township Police Department is located in the lower level of Town Hall, 3710 Saxonburg Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15238.

While our officers are out in the community most of the time, please call 911 for your non-emergency concerns as well.  

To leave a message for an officer, please call 412-767-5333 x315 or email

ANNUAL FEE SCHEDULE

Other resources for police information

Pennsylvania Driver Services onlinePersons with Disability Parking Placards, Replacement License Plate Application, and Vehicle Services online

Caring Connections Call 211 – Is a community-led initiative that provides access to supports and services to ANY YOUTH, up to age 18, living in Allegheny County as a diversion to the Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare Systems.

Megan’s Law Website

Fingerprinting for Background Checks

RESOLVE Crisis Center – Call 1-888-7-YOU-CAN (1-888-796-8226). A 24 Hour Crisis and Counseling Support line.

CLICK HERE TO START YOUR RECOVERY – 

  1. Find local treatment options vetted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
  2. Filter to find personalized support (including free and low-cost options)
  3. Find support groups and other important non-clinical resources

Police Report Requests

Requests for Traffic Accident, Criminal, or Other Reports/Records must be made by an authorized participant directly involved in the incident.

A valid government issued photo ID is required at pick up.

It is suggested that requests be made via email or call 412-767-5333 x 315 in advance.

See Annual Fee Schedule above for costs.

Employment Opportunities

Apply for a job with the Indiana Township Police Department

Requirements: MPOETC Certified or have completed Act 120 training and eligible for MPOETC certification.

Active Shooter Training

In an effort to continue educating those who live and work in Indiana Township, the Police Department offers active shooter training.  This training offers suggestions on how to deal with an active shooter event.  The training is offered to businesses, religious center, and schools.  If you are interested or would like further information, contact Sergeant Marc Myers via email.

Crime & Injury Prevention

Protecting your loved ones that cannot always protect themselves.

  • Premise Alert Request Form – Indiana Township offers registration for special needs resident in a home in case of emergencies.
  • Project Lifesaver – If you have a loved one who wanders away from his/her residence, consider enrolling in Project LifeSaver through the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office.
  • COMING SOON! – Pet Management System – This database will be used by officers to search for ownership of local dogs and cats.  This is not a public database and will be utilized only when officers encounter a lost dog or cat.
  • Lost Dog or Cat – Contact the Police Department at 412-767-5333 ext. 315. Also contact Hoffman’s Kennels at 724-468-5505 to inquire if they have the dog. Hoffman’s Kennels is contracted by the township for animal control service.

Protecting your property

  • Vacation Watch Form Online Let the police department know when you will be away and how to contact you in case of an emergency. 

Drug crime prevention

  • Prescription Drug Disposal – Safely dispose of unused prescriptions at the Indiana Township Administration Office Lobby, 3710 Saxonburg Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15238

PAYING TICKETS

TRAFFIC TICKETS/CITATIONS

 1. In person or by mail to the District Court Office.  The office address is on the front of the traffic citation.

2. Pay online – PAePay

 TOWNSHIP PARKING TICKETS

1. Checks and money orders may be mailed the the 3710 Saxonburg Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15238

2. Cash or credit card payments can be accepted during normal business hours 8-4 weekdays at the Administration Office on the first floor of Town Hall, 3710 Saxonburg Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15238.  (Enter next to the governor’s drive.)

Frequently Asked Questions

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ABSOLUTELY. This is what we do. Call 911 immediately. We want all our residents to feel safe and secure in and out of their homes. A noise may be made by a person or persons committing a crime to you or your neighbor’s home or vehicle. Call us IMMEDIATELY.

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Contact the Police Department at 412-767-5333 ext. 315. Also contact Hoffman’s Kennels at 724-468-5505 to inquire if they have the dog. Hoffman’s Kennels is contracted by the township for animal control service.

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All children under the age of 12 years must wear an approved helmet while riding a bicycle on the public roadways. A parent can receive a fine if they permit their children under the age of 12 years to ride a bicycle without a helmet.

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The Detective Division of the Indiana Township Police Department includes specially trained officers who conduct follow up investigations for crimes such as thefts, robberies, burglaries, sex crimes, and vandalism. The detectives help identify suspects or gather information following an initial police report. Once a police report has been filed, a detective will take charge of collecting evidence, questioning witnesses and suspects, and performing other investigative tasks to solve the crime.

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The Indiana Township Police Department has several officers trained in handling cases involving illegal drugs. They are members of a countywide task force known at DANET. Residents wishing to make a report of illegal drug activity should call the police department and ask to speak with a DANET officer. Callers can remain anonymous.

 
 
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You can report traffic problems by calling the police department at 412-767-5333 ext. 315 at any time or by e-mailing your concerns to traffic@indianatownship.com .  Officers will gather the information and attempt to correct the problem by increased enforcement, contacting a specific violator, or contacting other agencies for items such as additional signage. If the traffic problem is an emergency or urgent such as a road rage incident, please call 911 immediately.