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233 Miller Road, Rochester, PA 15074

724-774-2473                     

In an emergency call 911!

 

     The New Sewickley Township Police Department is proud to announce that we have received a grant in the amount of $10,984.00 from the United States Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.  In the spring of 2022 the New Sewickley Township Police Department applied for funds from the School Violence Prevention Program and we were advised this week that we had received the grant.  These funds will be utilized to place cameras at the entrances of the Freedom Area School District campus.  We would like to thank the Freedom Area School District administration, staff, and school board as well as the New Sewickley Township Supervisors for their support and assistance in the acquisition of this grant

 

     The New Sewickley Township Police Department is proud to announce that we have received a grant in the amount of $5,343.77 from the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association.  This grant will specifically provide the police department with a Nikon camera kit that will allow our officers to better document crime scenes. 

 

 

     On August 10 and 11, 2022 the New Sewickley Township Police Department, Chippewa Township Police Department, and Command Excellence hosted a threats-based training for law enforcement officers and school administrators at Highland Middle School in Chippewa Township.  This training focused on school and school bus related incidents.  Training instructors from Command Excellence, New Sewickley Township Police Department, and Chippewa Township Police Department instructed law enforcement officers, school resource officers and school administrators from numerous police departments and school districts in Beaver and Allegheny Counties.  We would like to thank the Blackhawk School District, McCarter Transit, and Beaver County Behavioral Health for providing us with the location, school busses, and assistance during the training as we continue to strive to provide the best service to our communities.

Forensic Grant Award

The New Sewickley Township Police Department has been notified that our department has been selected as one of eight law enforcement agencies in Pennsylvania to be awarded a Forensic Equipment Grant Award from the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association and the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency.  As a result of the grant award, the New Sewickley Township Police Department will be receiving a Latent Evidence Fingerprint fuming chamber valued at approximately $5,800.  This chamber will assist the officers of the New Sewickley Township Police Department with obtaining fingerprint evidence from items that are being processed as evidence from crime scenes.

No Cost Naloxone

Did you know that anyone can obtain Naloxone at no cost in Pennsylvania?  Naloxone can be obtained at a local pharmacy or through Pennsylvania’s mail to home naloxone program.  For more information, please refer to the Naloxone Program Overview flier by clicking on the link below.

Naloxone Program Overview

 

Is the paint peeling off of your license plate?  Did you know that you can obtain a replacement license plate at no cost if your plate in unreadable?  Simply complete the MV-44 form and bring it to the police department for an officer to sign.  Our officers will forward these forms to Representative Jim Marshall’s office to assist you in receiving a new registration plate.  You can then mail the form to PennDOT to receive the replacement license plate.  You can obtain the MV-44 form by clicking on the link below.

MV-44 Form and Directions

Office Telephone number: 724-774-2473

Non-emergency Dispatch: 724-775-0881

Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation 

The New Sewickley Township Police Department has become the first Accredited police department in Beaver County.

The New Sewickley Township Police Department is proud to announce that we have become the first Accredited Law Enforcement Agency in Beaver County.  On Tuesday August 4, 2020 members of the police department attended a meeting with the Pennsylvania Chief’s of Police and the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Board.  The members of the police department have worked long and hard to meet the standards of policing which are required for a law enforcement agency to be approved and accredited.  

Did you know that there are approximately 1,120 Law Enforcement Agencies in Pennsylvania?  Of those 1,120 agencies, approximately 10 % or only 120 agencies meet the Pennsylvania Chief’s Of Police Standards for Professional Law Enforcement practices.   Obtaining the approved accredited status does not simply mean that a department has policies and procedures which meet the standards.  The agency must also prove that they meet and practice these standards on a daily basis.

WHAT IS ACCREDITATION???

 The Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association introduced the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Program to the Commonwealth in July 2001.  Since then, over 300 agencies have enrolled and 120 agencies currently have attained accredited status.

Accreditation is a progressive and time-proven way of helping institutions evaluate and improve their overall performance. The cornerstone of this strategy lies in the promulgation of standards containing a clear statement of professional objectives. Participating administrators then conduct a thorough analysis to determine how existing operations can be adapted to meet these objectives. When the procedures are in place, a team of independent professionals is assigned to verify that all applicable standards have been successfully implemented. The process culminates with a decision by an authoritative body that the institution is worthy of accreditation.

The Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Program was designed and developed by professional law enforcement executives to provide a reasonable and cost effective plan for the professionalization of law enforcement agencies within the Commonwealth. The underlying philosophy of the program is to have a user-friendly undertaking for the departments that will result in a “success” oriented outcome.

The Benefits?

  • Establishes a credible framework for evaluating agency practices and procedures

  • Reduces agency risk and exposure to lawsuits

  • Decreases some liability insurance expenditures

  • Improves law enforcement – community relations

  • Increases employee input, interaction and confidence in the agency

  • Enlarges the outlook and viewpoints of managers, officers and employees

  • Identifies and highlights the capabilities and competence of the agency

  • Furnishes a solid foundation for the agency to build upon for further progress

  • Provides reliable methods to improve essential management procedures

  • Extends agency accountability to the public and elected officials

  • Enhances planning and innovative activities by all agency personnel

  • Develops improved methods for providing services to the community

  • Encourages problem-solving activities within the agency

Right to Know Requests

     Are you looking for a copy of an incident report or an accident report?  Please complete the form below and it will be processed on the next regular business day.

     You have two options in your effort to obtain the report of a motor vehicle crash or call for service report that was investigated by the New Sewickley Township Police. You may make a request in-person by coming to the police station during normal business hours or you may use this convenient and time saving on-line submission request form. Once the Right-to-Know officer receives your request it will be completed within 5-7 business days. You will be notified by telephone or email when the report is completed and ready for payment and pick up at the police department. You will be notified by telephone or email if the crash report is not completed at the time of your request.  Upon completion of the crash report, you will be notified that the report is completed and ready for payment and pick up at the police department

 

     The New Sewickley Township Police Department Right-to-Know Officer is Chief Ronald Leindecker.  Chief Leindecker can be contacted at 724-774-2473 or by email at rleindecker@newsewickley.com. 

   Appeals of Right-to-Know decisions may be made to District Attorney David Lozier.  District Attorney Lozier may be contacted at 724-773-8550 or by email at districtattorney@beavercountypa.gov.

Please complete the form below to submit an online right to know request.

  • MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Be clear and concise. Provide as much specific detail as possible, ideally including subject matter, time frame, and type of record or party names. RTKL requests should seek records, not ask questions. Requesters are not required to explain why the records are sought or the intended use of the records unless otherwise required by law. Use additional pages if necessary.
    RTKL requests may require payment or prepayment of fees. See the Official RTKL Fee Schedule for more details.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

 

*There is no limit to the number of reports which may be requested by anyone.

**There is no requirement to disclose any reason for requesting a report from the New Sewickley Township Police Department.

Protection From Abuse Orders

If you are in need of a Protection From Abuse Order, the current process for obtaining a PFA is included in the link below.  Additionally, there are instructions for completing the application for a PFA online.  If you have questions or need assistance, contact the New Sewickley Township Police Department at 724-774-2473 or 724-775-0881.  In the event of an emergency, dial 911.

PFA Intake Instructions

Message from the Chief of Police

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Mission Statement of the New Sewickley Township Police Department

We, the members of the New Sewickley Township Police Department, envision the New Sewickley Police Department as the benchmark of professionalism and leadership, not only in Beaver County, but also throughout Pennsylvania. By taking an aggressive stance against criminal activity, and by using traditional and progressive means of performing our duties, we assist in creating a safer, more productive township. Through working together with citizens and businesses, we contribute to the economic development of New Sewickley Township and help to make it a truly vibrant community.

Officer and Staff Contact Information

New Sewickley Police Department 724-774-2473

 

 

     Chief Ronald Leindecker

     724-774-2473 Extension 207

     Email: rleindecker@newsewickley.com

 

 

     Administrative Assistant Christine Ziter

     724-774-2473 Extension 212  

     Email: cziter@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

    Sergeant Timothy Gatehouse

    724-774-2473 Extension 221

     Email: tgatehouse@newsewickley.com

 

 

   

     Sergeant Daniel Swab 

     724-774-2473 Extension 222         

     Email: dswab@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

 

     Corporal Gregory Carney                             

     724-774-2473 Extension 224

     Email: gcarney@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

     Corporal Timothy Sovich

     724-774-2473 Extension 226

     Email: tsovich@newsewickley.com

 

 

   

      K9/Patrolman Keith Haburjak

      724-774-2473 Extension 223

      Email: khaburjak@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

 

 

     School Resource Officer Thomas Liberty                 

     724-774-2473 Extension 225

     Email: tliberty@newsewickley.com

 

 

     School Resource Officer Richard Jones                   

     724-774-2473 Extension 229

     Email: rjones@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

     Detective Gregory Pullen                     

     724-774-2473 Extension 233

     Email gpullen@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

     Crime Watch/Patrolman James Kopaz

     724-774-2473 Extension 231

     Email: jkopaz@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

 

     Patrolman Jeff Lizzi                                 

     724-774-2473 Extension 228

     Email: jlizzi@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

     Patrolman Samantha Vinson         

     724-774-2473 Extension 232

     Email: svinson@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

 

   

      Patrolman Ethan Fuchs

      724-774-2473 Extension 236

      Email: efuchs@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

         Patrolman Alexandra Lizzi

         724-774-2473 Extension  234

         Email: alizzi@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

   

   Patrolman Markus DeNapoli

   724-774-2473 Extension 235

   Email: mdenapoli@newsewickley.com

 

 

 

 

Check back often for the most recent New Sewickley Township Crime Alerts

The police department has received several reports from residents regarding an email scam that is being circulated.  Residents have been receiving emails where a demand has been made that the residents pay $2,000.00 in bitcoins to the sender or the sender will email and share nude photographs of the residents.  This is a scam! You should never send money in any form to anyone via the internet or mobile applications if you do not personally know who you are sending money to.  

On Tuesday April 21, 2020 the New Sewickley Township Police Department responded to a missing child call.  The child was located and found to be unharmed, but very cold.  We would like to thank the Big Knob Fire Department, Pine Run Fire Department, Economy Borough Fire Department, Beaver County Sheriff’s Department, Lawrence County K-9 Tracking team, Beaver County Emergency Services, Harmony EMS, Pennsylvania State Police, and the child’s neighbors for their assistance with the search and location of this young child.  The professionalism and teamwork shown during these times was outstanding!

If you have not done so, please sign up for the SWIFT 911 notification system so that we can make emergency notifications during this type of critical incident.  You can sign up for the SWIFT911 system by clicking the link below:

SWIFT 911

COVID-19 Stimulus Check Scams

Please be aware that there are several current scam attempts taking place regarding the COVID-19 Stimulus Checks.  No one from the IRS is going to call and ask for your banking information! Please click on the link below to learn more about the current scams we are seeing.

Covid-19 Stimulus Check Scams

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, we ask that all residence continue to practice social distancing.

 

NARCAN

Due to the nationwide opioid epidemic, Narcan has become a live saving tool utilized by law enforcement.  All of the New Sewickley Township Police officers have been issued Narcan which is carried in their patrol cars while on duty.  In the event of an opioid related overdose call 911 IMMEDIATELY.  The timely administration of Narcan can and does save lives on a regular basis.

Did you know that immunity is available for anyone reporting an overdose?  If you report an overdose, stay with the individual overdosing and cooperate with law enforcement, you can receive immunity.  To learn more, read the Pennsylvania Department of Health “Good Samaritan” Drug Overdose Immunity Laws below:

PA Overdose Good Samaritan Laws

New Sewickley Township Crime Statistics

October 2022 Calls for Service

Calls for Service 236.
Accidents 16.
Arrests 8.
Citations Issued 89.
Investigations 66.

September 2022 Calls for Service

Calls for Service 237.
Accidents 15.
Arrests 4.
Citations Issued 39.
Investigations 61.

August 2022 Calls for Service

Calls for Service 249.
Accidents 14.
Arrests 16.
Citations Issued 119.
Investigations 75.

July 2022 Calls for Service

Calls for Service 279.
Accidents 14.
Arrests 13.
Citations Issued 39.
Investigations 61.

June 2022 Calls for Service

Calls for Service 231.
Accidents 19.
Arrests 19.
Citations Issued 46.
Investigations 56.

May 2022 Calls for Service

Calls for Service 285.
Accidents 19.
Arrests 16.
Citations Issued 31.
Investigations 71.

April 2022 Calls for Service

Calls for Service 230.
Accidents 17.
Arrests 15.
Citations Issued 59.
Investigations 57.

March 2022 Calls for Service

Calls for Service 246.
Accidents 14.
Arrests 22.
Citations Issued 120.
Investigations 71.

February 2022 Calls for Service

Calls for Service 233.
Accidents 22.
Arrests 12.
Citations Issued 40.
Investigations 54.

January 2022 Calls for Service

Calls for Service 268.
Accidents 30.
Arrests 10.
Citations Issued 64.
Investigations 50.

2021 Total Calls For Service

Calls for Service 2708.

2021 Year End Statistics

Accidents 210.
Arrests 212.
Citations Issued 855.
Investigations 1226.

2020 Total Calls for Service

Calls for Service 2938.

2020 Year End Statistics

Accidents 196.
Arrests 215.
Citations Issued 1040.
Interviews 355.
Investigations 1120.

2019 Total Calls for Service

Calls for Service 3170.

2019 Year End Statistics

Accidents 252.
Arrests 215.
Citations Issued 1334.
Interviews 361.
Investigations 1062.

2018 Total Calls for Service

Calls for Service 3190.

2018 Year End Statistics

Accidents 227.
Arrests 223.
Citations Issued 1344.
Interviews 264.
Investigations 1010.

2017 Total Calls for Service

Calls for Service 3217.

2017 Year End Statistics

Accidents 217.
Arrests 244.
Citations Issued 1190.
Interviews 250.
Investigations 1112.

2016 Total Calls for Service

Calls for Service 3305.

2016 Year End Statistics

Accidents 300.
Arrests 273.
Citations Issued 1570.
Interviews 280.
Investigations 1447.

2015 Total Calls for Service

Calls for Service 3214.

2015 Year End Statistics

Accidents 247.
Arrests 247.
Citations Issued 1280.
Interviews 224.
Investigations 1076.

National Night Out 2021

New Sewickley Township’s National Night Out is held on the first Tuesday in August at Green Valley Park.  National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.

School Resource Officers

Freedom Area School District

The New Sewickley Township Police Department employees School Resource Officer’s Tom Liberty  and Rick Jones, who are assigned to the Freedom Area School District.  The officers of the New Sewickley Township Police Department regularly participate in Active Threat scenario training in cooperation with the Freedom Area School District, the Beaver County Emergency Services Center, and neighboring police departments.  The officers of the New Sewickley Township Police Department also participate in and instruct training with the staff and administration of the Freedom Area School District.  We would like to thank the staff, administration and school board members of the Freedom Area School District for their continued cooperation and support of the New Sewickley Township Police Department.

 

Officer Liberty is detailed with the duties of a School Resource Officer at the Freedom Area Senior High School and is tasked with overseeing all School Resource Officer activities within the Freedom Area School District.

 

Officer Jones is detailed with the duties of a School Resource Officer at the Freedom Area Middle School and Elementary School.

Both of our School Resource Officers enjoy time spent educating and making sure all of the students, staff, administration, and visitors to the schools have a safe, fun, and education experience while at school.

New Sewickley K-9 Program

The New Sewickley Township Police Department K-9 program has been successfully operating since 2015.  K-9 BENY and Officer Haburjak are a valuable asset to the residents and police department. BENY is used in deterring crime, finding missing persons, apprehending criminals, preventing crimes, locating narcotics and making our community safer.  The K-9 program is part of the police department’s plan to curb vandalism, thefts, narcotics and burglaries.

In addition to police work, the K-9 team will conduct demonstrations at schools and special events.  The New Sewickley Township Police Department utilizes donations and fundraisers to offset the ongoing costs of the program.  Donations to the K-9 Program can be made in the form of a check made payable to: New Sewickley Township Police K-9 Program and sent to the New Sewickley township Police Department, 233 Miller Road, Rochester, PA   15074.  To request a demonstration or program for your organization, please contact Patrolman Keith Haburjak at khaburjak@newsewickley.com or by calling 724-774-2473.

New Sewickley Traffic Safety

     The New Sewickley Township Police Department has received the AAA Platinum Award for Traffic Safety Enforcement in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019.  The AAA Platinum Award is the highest level of award for Police Departments that participate in Traffic Safety Programs.  During these years we have noticed a significant decrease in the amount of serious and fatal motor vehicle accidents in the Township.  We continue to strive to keep the occurrences of accidents low.

     The New Sewickley Township Police Department participates in Aggressive Driving, Buckle up Pennsylvania, and Driving Under the Influence Checkpoints to ensure the continued safety of the residents of New Sewickley Township.  Patrolman Richard Jones heads up the these traffic safety programs.  If you have a traffic issue in your neighborhood, contact Patrolman Jones at rjones@newsewickley.com.

Child Car Seats and Installation

The New Sewickley Township Police Department encourages everyone to insure that their children are properly seated in their child car seats. Officer Tim Sovich is a child car seat technician, and is able to assist in teaching the proper installation and inspection of your child’s car seat. Appointments can be made with Officer Sovich by contacting the New Sewickley Township Police Department, 724-774-2473.  Information on Child Car Seat safety and any upcoming Car Seat Checks can be found at website: www.patechs.com

When requesting an appointment for a Child’s Car Seat Inspection, please have the following information available at the time of the inspection:

  • Owner’s manual for the car seat

  • Owner’s manual for the vehicle

  • Current Height/Weight of the Child

  • Complete Seat.  To complete an inspection, the entire seat needs to be viewed, not just the detachable base.

  • Please bring the child with you, so proper harness fit can be tested.  If an expecting family is making a request, proper techniques will be taught for harnessing an infant.

When requesting an inspection, please be aware that the entire inspection will usually take between 30-60 minutes.  During the inspection, proper techniques will be taught to install Child Car Seats, and the person making the request will install the seat at the end of the appointment to insure they are confident installing the seat, inspecting the seat, and checking for proper harness and fit.

NEW SEWICKLEY

CRIME WATCH

     Patrolman James Kopaz is the head of the New Sewickley Township Police Crime Watch Program.  Patrolman Kopaz conducts crime and police related programs for various groups in the community.  The Crime Watch program also cosponsors the yearly Trick or Treat Trail at Green Valley with the New Sewickley Township Recreation Board.

     Patrolman Kopaz can conduct a program for your group.  If you are interested in having a program, please contact Patrolman Kopaz at the police department at 724-774-2473 or send him an email at jkopaz@newsewickley.com.

Field Training Officer Program

 A field training officer (FTO) is an experienced or senior member of an organization who is responsible for the training and evaluation of a junior or probationary level member.

     The New Sewickley Township Police Department Field Training Program is overseen by Sergeant Daniel Swab.  Corporal Sovich, Detective Pullen, Patrolman Jones, and Patrolman Kopaz have received specialized training and administers the Field Training Officer Program to newly hired police officers.  A newly hired police officer will spend approximately three months in training status with these officers.  During this time, the newly hired officer will learn the operations of the police department and become familiar with the policies and orders relating to all aspects of the operation of the police department.

 

 

 

The New Sewickley Township Police Department offers Fingerprinting for residents.  Fingerprinting is offered Monday through Friday 7:00 am to 3:30 pm.  If you are unable to make these times, appointments can be scheduled by calling the New Sewickley Township Police Department at 724-774-2473.

The New Sewickley Township Police Department requires a current, valid and unexpired photo identification ID for fingerprinting.

Please have available when you come to the station for fingerprinting.

    • State Issued Photo Driver’s License

    • Fingerprinting Order

  • Passport is acceptable for a Photo ID

The cost of fingerprinting is $15.00.

False Alarm Enforcement

On September 3, 2019 the New Sewickley Township Board of Supervisors enacted Ordinance # 216.  This ordinance addresses false alarms at homes and businesses.  As of January 1, 2020 the New Sewickley Township Police Department began enforcing this ordinance.  Please be aware that after three false alarms in one calendar year, any resident or business will be cited under this ordinance.  A copy of the ordinance is attached below.

 

False Alarms New Sewickley Ordinance # 216

In 2019

New Sewickley Police responded to 172 False Alarm calls

Drug Return and Unused Medication Disposal

Citizens looking to dispose of excess and expired prescriptions and over-the-counter medications can now visit the safe and secure permanent Take-Back Drug Box, located in the lobby of the New Sewickley Township Police Department.  The collection site is open Monday thru Friday 7 am to 3 pm.  Drugs can be dropped off with no questions asked.

Take back Box

When disposing drugs at the Take-Back Box:

  • drugs need to be in a sealed container, such as the original bottle or a zip-lock bag.

  • liquid pharmaceuticals should remain in the original container

  • personal information should be removed or blotted out with a permanent marker

Items Accepted:

  • perscription and over-the-counter solid medication

  • tablets and capsules

  • pet medicines

Items Not Accepted:

  • intravenous solutions

  • injectables, such as, syringes or needles No EpiPens

  • hydrogen peroxide

  • asthma inhalers

  • iodine – containing medication

  • thermometers

  • alcohol & illicit drugs (marijuana, heroin, LSD, etc)

Have you been the victim of identity theft or a scam?

The police department regularly receives reports of scams or attempted scams.  Some of the most common scams can be found below from the USA.gov website.  Click on the link below to see the most common scams.

Common Scams

The police department has received several reports from residents regarding an email scam that is being circulated.  Residents have been receiving emails where a demand has been made that the residents pay $2,000.00 in bitcoins to the sender or the sender will email and share nude photographs of the residents.  This is a scam! You should never send money in any form to anyone via the internet or mobile applications if you do not personally know who you are sending money to.  Additional information regarding this scam can be obtained by clicking on the link below.

FBI Scam PSA

Know your rights as a victim of Identity Theft!  Below are some helpful links if someone has stolen your identity.  We urge all residents of New Sewickley Township to contact the police department if you have fallen victim to one on the many scams or if someone has stolen your identity.

Attorney General Information

Identity Theft.gov

Experian Identity Theft Services

Consumer.gov

COVID-19 Stimulus Check Scams

Please be aware that there are several current scam attempts taking place regarding the COVID-19 Stimulus Checks.  No one from the IRS is going to call and ask for your banking information! Please click on the link below to learn more about the current scams we are seeing.

Covid-19 Stimulus Check Scams

 

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) are committed to protecting the public and ensuring that the rights of victims are carefully observed.  HSI administers the Victim Notification Program which allows eligible victims and witnesses to obtain reliable and timely information regarding a criminal alien’s release from custody.  However, victims and witnesses are required to register with HSI and ICE in order to receive notification of criminal notification of criminal alien’s release.
To register, go to this website:  http://www.ice.gov/victim-notification/

New Sewickley Township Text Alert System

The New Sewickley Township is now utilizing a Text Message Alert System for incidents and information relating to New Sewickley Township.  If you would like to receive these text alerts, complete the form below and you will be added to the New Sewickley Township Text Alert System.

Text Alert Addition

Vacation Watch Request

Are you going on vacation?  The New Sewickley Township Police Department, can conduct extra patrols of your residence while you are away.  Please complete the form in the link below and return it to the police department or email it to Administrative Assistant Ziter at cziter@newsewickley.com

 

VACATION WATCH FORM

 

 

Animal Control

New Sewickley Township utilizes the services of the Beaver County Humane Society and their own specialized Humane Police Officer for animal control issues.  If we pick up a lost dog or cat and we are unable to identify the owner, the animal will be transported to the Beaver County Humane Society.  The humane society information is available on the link below:

 

BEAVER COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY 

Solicitors in New Sewickley Township

     During these times, residents often have concerns regarding legitimate solicitors knocking on their doors.  New Sewickley Township does permit soliciting when a vaild permit is obtained from the township office. The police department has a copy of every permit issued by the township and we are able to verify the legitimacy of solicitors or cite those who have not obtained a permit. To obtain a permit, contact Township Manager Walter Beighey Jr. at the New Sewickley Township Building.  The Township offices are located on the top floor of the Township Building at 233 Miller Road, Rochester, PA 15074.  The Township offices are open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday.

A copy of the Township Ordinance can be viewed here:

Solicitation Ordinance

      If you are a resident of New Sewickley Township and wish to have solicitors not stop at your residence, you can add your address to the Do Not Knock List.  Simply complete the form below and either mail it to Manager Beighey or email it to manager@newsewickley.com.

Do-Not-Knock-Form

Beaver County Crime Solvers

Beaver County Crimes Solvers is a non-profit organization dedicated to solving crimes in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. Since 1981 Crime Solvers has helped to solve hundreds of crimes. When a crime goes unsolved for any amount of time, local police departments contact Crime Solvers to help generate new leads. Beaver County Crime Solvers aids local law enforcement by providing a confidential portal for citizens to report crimes. To reach the Crime Solvers website, click on the link below.
Beaver County Crime Solvers

Pennsylvania Megan’s Law

On November 24, 2004, Governor Edward Rendell signed into law Senate Bill No. 92, which made significant changes to Megan’s Law. Most notably, information on all registered sex offenders now will be available to the public through the Internet. Additionally, out-of-state offenders will be subject not only to the same registration and notification provisions of their state of conviction in Pennsylvania but will be subject to the registration and notification requirements of Pennsylvania’s Megan’s Law.

Simply click on the Megan’s Law image above for access to Pennsylvania’s Megan Law website.  Within the website, one can explore Megan Law registrants in your community as well as in neighboring communities.  The website now has a new electronic notification system that once signed up, users can monitor a maximum of five Pennsylvania addresses on your smart phone or computer.

Internet Safety

 

Are you buying or selling something on Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, Letgo, OfferUp, or another internet based platform?  Utilize the parking lot of the New Sewickley Township Police Department as a safe and secure location to meet with potential buyers or sellers.  The parking lot of the police department is monitored by video surveillance cameras 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 

Pennsylvania is offering citizen’s access to a program called AlertPA.   AlertPA delivers emergency and weather alerts, amber alerts, health notifications, tax notifications, building alerts and updates to steer, guide and warn you on all your devices.  Simply go to https://alert.pa.gov and sign up! Within the website, users can chose which alerts and notifications they would like to receive and which device they would like to receive them on.

Do you need a copy of your Pennsylvania Driving Record?

If you are in need of a copy of your driving record, use the link below to access the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation website:

PA Driving Record Request

Disability Placard

Are you in need of a disability placard or do you have questions about the process of obtaining a disability placard?  Click on the link below for more information and to apply for a placard.

Disability Placard

Coaching or Volunteering?

Do you plan on coaching youth sports this season or volunteering with youth activities?  Do you have the necessary clearances for your organization?  Click on the links below for the appropriate websites to obtain the clearances you may need. 

PA ACT 34 Clearance

PA ACT 151 Clearance

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New Sewickley Township Police Department

233 Miller Road, Rochester, PA 15074

Phone: 724-774-2473

Fax: 724-774-2464

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