Police protection is provided by the Northern Regional Police Department, an award-winning cooperative, under the direction of Chief Robert Amann.
The Force is currently staffed by a total of 30 full-time officers and one K-9. Road patrol is routinely maintained 24 hours a day with 15 radio, video camera, computer equipped and connected to Harrisburg, patrol cars in use. Residents are encouraged to participate in Neighborhood Crime Watch and Block Parent programs, both of which are coordinated by Officer Scott Rick. Inquiries regarding the programs can be made to 724-625-3157.
Your questions and comments may be directed to the Police Department by e-mail or by calling the non-emergency number at 724-625-3157 during business hours.
CHILD SAFETY SEAT INSPECTION…
CHILD SAFETY SEAT INSPECTION…Due to the increased violations of child seat belt/restraint laws observed within the last year, Officer Wolfe of the Northern Regional Police Department would like to make Marshall residents aware of the child seat belt laws. The following are based on height and weight:
Birth to age 4 must be in an approved child passenger restraint system/seat. (five point harness type seat).
Ages 4 up to the age of 8 must be in a seat belt system (lap & shoulder, and a belt positioning booster seat.
If you are unsure as to proper fit and installation of your child’s safety seat you may call (412-367-5883) the McCandless/Franklin Park Ambulance Authority to make an appointment to have it inspected by a certified technician.
Vacation House Watch
The Northern Regional Police Department offers Marshall Township residents a Vacation House Watch program. Residents may contact the Police Department at 724-625-3157 to have their residence checked daily by the Police Department while they are away.