Author: PHPD

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

2019 Citizens Police Academy – Fall Session. Now Accepting Applications!

We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2019 Citizens Police Academy – Fall Session

Fundraiser Thank You!

We wanted to take a moment and thank everyone that attended last week’s canine fundraising event at McDonald’s.  The event

2019 “Be a Fan” Law Enforcement Torch Run

On Tuesday, June 4, 2019, several Penn Hills police officers took part in the 2019 “Be a Fan” Law Enforcement Torch

Remembering K-9 Riggs

On May 2, 2019 Officer Ryan Walters lost his partner K9 Riggs to an unexpected bout with cancer. We immediately

Remembering Canine Riggs – A loyal servant and a loving partner.

It is with a tremendous amount of sadness that the Penn Hills Police Department announces the passing of police Canine

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

Celebrating a Milestone and Welcoming the Future of the PHPD!

At Monday night’s council meeting, Chief Burton was recognized for completing what is genuinely a fantastic milestone, fifty years of

2019 Polar Plunge!

On Saturday, February 23, 2019, several Penn Hills police officers, including Chief Burton, participated in the 2019 Polar Plunge, held near Heinz Field in