Veteran Officer Tony Ligouri has retired from the Police Department effective 12-08-15. Officer Ligouri has served the Township for over 25 years with distinction and will be sorely missed.
CRIME PREVENTION TIPS by Chief Bruni & Public Safety Commissioner Vince DePascale Anyone interested in becoming a Crime Watch Block Captain, contact Jan Thomas, 412-331-2408. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR POLICE DEPARTMENT BY REPORTING ANY SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOR IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. REPORT THE INFORMATION BY DIALING 911. YOU MAY ELECT TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS.
This is a link that people can use if they suspect they may have been a suspect of computer or telephone fraud. www.ic3.gov
BLOCK CAPTAINS FOR CRIME WATCH: Kennedy Township is a Crime Watch community but unfortunately a street cannot participate unless the street has a Block Captain. If you are interested in becoming a Block Captain, please contact Knnedy Township Police Department at 412-331-2408 and volunteer. A Block Captain is to notify residents on their street if a crime has occured. The Block Captain will be notfied by our police department concerning the crime. You can set up a telephone chain whereas you call 3 residents and residents in turn call 3 residents, etc. It does not involve alot of time. The more eyes and ears in the township the better. In this day and age our police officers can use all the help they can get.
VacationNotificationForm Mail or return to Kennedy Police Department, 340 Forest Grove Road, Coraopolis PA 15108 Attention: Jan Thomas
POLICE DEPARTMENT Non-emergency phone: 412-331-2408 Please report street lights that are out or not working properly to the non-emergency police phone number. Emergency phone: 911
Kennedy Township Police Department is comprised of the Chief of Police, Deputy Chief and six full-time officers, two part-time officers, the Police Secretary, two full time police dispatchers and three part-time dispatchers. We are dedicated to ensure the very best law enforcement services. Our officers take pride in giving the community professional service at all times.
Message from the Chief of Police Police Chief: Anthony Bruni – 25 years of service Deputy Chief: Robert Hull – 23 years of service Officer: Joseph Tomchak – 33 years of service Officer: Aaron Dhanse – 13 years of service Officer: Thomas Ficarri – 13 years of service Officer: Michael Conlon-20 years of service Crime Prevention Officer Officer: David Gasparovich-4 years service Officer: Daniel Kidder – hired 12-12-15. Part-time Officers: John Koritski and Pat Carroll.
Kennedy Township Police Department emergency calls are handled by Allegheny County 9-1-1, who immediately forwards your information to the Kennedy Police Dispatcher & officers. WE WANT TO RE-ESTABLISH OUR EMERGENCY CONTACT LIST FOR SPECIAL NEEDS’ PERSONS. PLEASE PROVIDE INFORMATION FOR EXAMPLE, ELDERLY PERSON(S) IN NEED DURING SEVERE WEATHER CONDITIONS.
For non-emergency information, call 412-331-2408.
Police Administration & Dispatch personnel: Police Dispatch Supervisor/Secretary: Jan Thomas – 44 years of service Dispatch: Tom Skepanski – 16 years of service Dispatch: Kathy Dayton – 20 years of service Dispatch: Debbie Spirko -10 years of service Dispatch: Karen Petrosky – 4 years of service
FIRE DEPARTMENT Non-emergency phone: 412-331-6952 Emergency Phone: 911
Kennedy Township Volunteer Fire Department is comprised of thirty firemen who unselfishly volunteer their time and energy to keep Kennedy Township safe. The Fire Chief is Christopher Gutt and Assistant Fire Chief is George Plutto. To rent the fire hall, contact Mike Hand at 412-916-4080.
Chris Gutt, Coordinator 412-331-6952
Justin Gutt, Assistant Coordinator
PREMISE ALERT REGISTRATION FORMS: Kennedy Township Police Department in conjunction with Allegheny County District Attorney’s office, has available Premise Alert Registration Forms. Persons can register their children, parents or siblings with special needs for whom they are acting as caregivers. The forms are completed by the caregivers and given to their respective police department to be faxed to the 911 dispatch center. Information provided by the caregiver will appear before the dispatcher when an emergency call is made from the residence of the caregiver. The 911 dispatcher can then alert first responders as to any pertinent information concerning a special needs resident [whether the person is nonverbal, blind, deaf, where they tend to wander, etc.] Also in the packet given to residents are reflective stickers indicating the presence of a special needs person. These stickers can be placed on or near the front door of homes. The District Attorney’s office also has inexpensive locking devices and alarms, service dogs for autistic persons, as well as Project Lifesaver tracking devices. The more information on a special needs person we have, the better we are to serve and assist. For further information, contact Kennedy Township Police Department at 412-331-2408.