Sewickley Borough Police Municipal Building, Sewickley, PA15143 Sewickley police provide protection in the borough and coverage in Osborne. The department, located on the first floor,…More is comprised of eight full-time police officers, including Police Chief James Ersher, and seven part-time officers. Ersher joined the department in 1986 before taking over as chief in 2007. The department also has a K-9 unit, an officer certified in proper child safety seat installation and a speed trailer that can identify problem areas and educate the public on speed limits.
Leet Township Police Department 198 Ambridge Ave, Ambridge, PA15003 The Leet Township Police Department consists of four full-time officers, including Police Chief Bill Wanto and four…More part-time officers. The department provides mutual aid to other departments in the Quaker Valley area. Leet takes a personal approach in assisting citizens.
Edgeworth Police 301 Beaver Rd, Sewickley, PA15143 The Edgeworth Police Department consists of four full-time police officers, including Police Chief John English and 10…More part-time officers. The department also includes a half dozen dispatchers and a couple crossing guards. The department maintains family census information to help protect borough homes. Police also enforce an 11 p.m. curfew for underage youth and maintains a key system for most residents. Keys are used for lockouts or alarm calls, for which the department maintains a registry of alarm systems.
Ohio Township Police Department 126 Lenzner Ct, Sewickley, PA15143 The Ohio Township Police Department consists of 12 full-time officers, including Police Chief Norbert Micklos, as well…More as 19 part-time officers and two police clerks. In addition to Ohio Township, the department patrols Aleppo Township, Sewickley Hills Borough, Emsworth Borough, Neville Township, Ben Avon Borough, Ben Avon Heights Borough and Kilbuck Township. The department is located on Lenzer Court above Mount Nebo Road.