Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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WHAT IS AN "SRO" (School Resource Officer)?

A School Resource Officer (SRO) is a law enforcement officer who is assigned to either an elementary, middle, or high school. The main goal of the SRO is to assist in providing a safe environment that will optimize learning.

The SRO position encompasses three major components which allow the SRO to achieve this goal:

  1. School Safety/law enforcement
  2. Informal counseling
  3. Informal teaching

These three components allow the SRO to take a proactive approach to law enforcement. SRO's are not just "cops" on campus. They educate the students by teaching law related classes and other related subjects. An SRO also counsels both students and parents on various topics. The SRO becomes involved in the students' lives as a positive role model.

GOAL OF AN SRO PROGRAM:

The goal of an SRO is to create positive experiences with the student's one that will bridge the gap between juveniles and law enforcement. These positive experiences help prevent juvenile crime and lead to the student's becoming better citizens.

Officer Ronald J. Porupsky (SRO)
PHONE: 412-655-8680 (Ext. 97249) EMAIL: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Alerts

Glenburn Drive between Route 51 and Old Lebanon Church Road will be CLOSED starting Thursday, January 25, 2018 for a sewer line replacement. There will be NO access from Route 51 to Glenburn Drive.  Please use Lebanon Church Road to access Sunrise Drive. Thank you.

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Borough Code 356-26 states that parking on Borough streets is PROHIBITED if there is six (6) inches or more of accumulated snow or ice.  No person may shovel, throw, toss, blow or otherwise deposit snow or ice from their lawn, driveway or sidewalk onto Borough Streets.

ADDITIONALLY, public sidewalks on your property and/or sidewalks in a "right of way" on your property are required to have the snow removed within 24 hours of the snow event.

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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.


Please contact the Borough first if you have a sewer back-up at your home.


2018

OBSERVED HOLIDAYS
MUNICIPAL BUILDING
CLOSED

JANUARY 1st
FEBRUARY 19th
MARCH 30th
APRIL 2nd
MAY 28th
JUNE 14th
JULY 4th
SEPTEMBER 3rd
OCTOBER 8th
NOVEMBER 22nd
NOVEMBER 23rd
DECEMBER 24th
DECEMBER 25th


Before you start a 

HOME IMPROVEMENT
or DRIVEWAY
project, check with
the Building/Zoning
Department at
412-655-5034 to
see what permits
are required.


 

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