No vehicle shall be parked upon
any public street within the limits
of the Borough for a period longer
than 30 minutes between the
hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
436 Grant Street - Courthouse, Room 111 - Pittsburgh, PA 15219
412-350-4700 24 Hour Warrant Hotline 412-350-4714
kekgoNONYMOUS TIP SHEET
In an effort to continue to make for a more efficient Sheriff's Office, we have created this interactive "tip sheet" for citizens of Allegheny County to contact our office with information on wanted fugitives. The new "tip sheet" is a COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS way to supply the Sheriff's Office with information on these featured fugitives. Please feel free to fill in as many fields as possible, as the more information supplied will help in the apprehension of the named fugitives. Please click the link below to access the interactive "tip sheet."
PLEASE NOTE: The Sheriff's Office still would prefer that information is provided over the phone or in person, so that the tip is immediately in the hands of a detective. In the event of a serious matter in which a suspect is in a certain location at a specific time, please contact the Sheriff's Office at 412-350-4714 so that a detective can attain as much information as you may be able to provide. Detectives will continue to maintain the anonymity of tipster whether it is transmitted electronically or over the phone. Thank you.
SHERIFF WILLIAM P. MULLEN - ALLEGHENY COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED - 2017
For information on person's registered under Megan's Law click on the link below.
Do you have a loved one who wanders away from your residence?
If you answered "yes" then your loved one may be eligible to be enrolled in PROJECT LIFESAVER.
PROJECT LIFESAVER is being sponsored by Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala and is free to residents of Allegheny County.
Please click the link above and if you wish to enroll or have questions contact the ALLEGHENY COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE at 412-350-4401
How to Guard Against Utility Imposters
All too often you hear about someone being victimized by thieves posing as utility company workers. You can prevent utility imposters from targeting you by taking precautions to protect yourself.
Individuals claiming to represent a utility company approach the resident and use a variety of excuses to enter the home. For example, they claim to be checking a service outage. Once in the home they divert the home owner’s attention.
It is rare for utility workers to show up at a customer’s home without an appointment. If they do, be sure to ask for and check their identification. If you are still unsure and have suspicions about the individuals identification call 9-1-1 immediately.
!!! CRIME PREVENTION ALERT !!!
The Pleasant Hills Police Department would like to remind residents to lock their vehicles and not keep valuables like purses, wallets, laptops etc. in plain sight.
We periodically have, as we just had, instances where unknown actors enter UNLOCKED vehicles and steal valuables and money. To prevent this and not become a victim residents are urged to make sure your vehicles are locked and valuables not left in them. If you must keep valuables in your vehicle keep them out of plain sight.
Please dial 911 to report any suspicious persons or activity in your neighborhood
The Pleasant Hills Police Department would like to remind residents of potental Phone Scams. Recently, scammers have tried to extort money by claiming a relative has been taken hostage or has been in an accident and money has to be sent to resolve the issue.
There have also been calls from persons claiming to be from Microsoft Corporation. The say that your computer has been emailing Microsoft and that it has a virus they need to remove. They then ask you to type a command into your computer that will give them remote access to your computer.
If you receive a phone call you feel is suspicious hangup and dial 911.
Have you been a victim of internet crime?
Then contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA). Its mission is to serve as a conduit to receive, develop, and refer criminal complaints regarding cyber crime. IC3 has developed direct contacts with industry representatives such as online retailers, financial institutions, Internet service providers, and parcel delivery companies to assist in increasing the flow of information to all parties involved with cyber crime. Complaints can be submitted at www.ic3.gov/default.aspx by anyone who believes they are a victim of Internet crime, or is aware of an attempted Internet crime. Once a complaint is filed, trained analysts will review and research each complaint, disseminating information to the appropriate federal, state, local, or international law enforcement or regulatory agencies for criminal, civil, or administrative action, as appropriate. The following types of fraud can be reported to IC3:
Auction Fraud Non-delivery/Non-payment
Escrow Service Fraud Counterfeit Checks/Money orders
Credit Card Fraud Foreign Lotteries
Spam Internet Extortion
Pharming Investment Fraud
Debt Elimination Nigerian Letter or "419"
Parent/Teen Driving Agreement
Learning to drive can be both stressful and exciting for parent and teen alike. In order to make the process a little less stressful and safer, the Pleasant Hills Police Department is offering Parent/Teen Driving Agreements. The agreement comes on a wallet sized card and has responsibilities for the new driver and parent as well. The agreements are available at the police department so please stop in and get one even if your teen has been driving for a few years. And remember to always buckle your seat belt.
A Child is Missing Alert Program
The Pleasant Hills Police department would like borough residents to be aware of a program called A Child is Missing. The program gives law enforcement one of the best resources in locating lost children. Our residents!
The alert program works like this. An officer contacts a technician from A Child is Missing and provides a physical description of the missing child and the time/place last seen. The technician then records an alert message which is phoned out to the area where the child was last seen. Once activated, a 1000 phone calls a minute can be placed.
A Child is Missing operates 24/7 and can only be activated by law enforcement. For more information on A Child is Missing please visit their website: www.achildismissing.org