Author: PHPD

*FRAUD ALERT* COVID-19 Scams

On behalf of the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office, we want to warn residents about several scams involving the current COVID-19 pandemic.  Unfortunately,

Stay at Home. What does it mean for you?

Please read the “Stay at Home Order” issued by Governor Wolf and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  Full details of the

Sgt. William Schrott & Ofc. Bartley Connolly. End of Watch: 03/25/1972

On Saturday, March 25, 1972, Sergeant William Schrott and Officer Bartley Connolly Jr. were killed in the line of duty while serving with

RETIREMENT ANNOUNCEMENT! Lieutenant Anthony Diulus

Today, Lieutenant Anthony Diulus finishes his career with the Penn Hills Police Department, having served the community for the last

RETIREMENT ANNOUNCEMENT! Sergeant Joseph Blaze

Today, Sergeant Joseph Blaze will finish out his career with the Penn Hills Police Department, having given 28 years of

Canine Joker EOW: 02/02/1987

Today we take a moment to reflect on the passing of Penn Hills police Canine Joker, who loyally served our

Tips for Cops 2020

The Penn Hills Police Department is hosting its fourth annual Tips for Cops fundraiser at Mohan’s Bar & Restaurant on

A Decade Passed. A Legacy Living Strong.

  Sunday, December 6, 2009.  What began as a quiet day in Penn Hills suddenly became everyone’s worst nightmare and

Penn Hills Partners With Savvy Citizen™

Recently, the Municipality of Penn Hills partnered with Savvy Citizen™, a Pittsburgh-based notification program that allows localities to send out

School Bus Safety

We want to take a moment to remind motorists of the laws concerning school buses.  Now that the school year