The physical agility and written tests for the position of Mt. Lebanon Police Officer will be conducted on April 25, 2015 at Keystone Oaks High
Mt. Lebanon’s spring deer management program, which was to have run through March 31, has ended, and the corrals have been removed from five local
CALL 9-1-1!!! An important reminder from Chief Coleman McDonough…. As a relative newcomer to Mt. Lebanon (I’ve only been the Chief of Police here for
The Mt. Lebanon Police Department is accepting applications for Substitute School Crossing Guards (multiple positions available). Uniform and paid training provided. $13.24 per hour. Plus $5.25 a
The Mt. Lebanon Police Department, in an ongoing commitment to increase safety and communication, is introducing a new anonymous text message system. If you see
The MLPD’s Crime Prevention Unit offers nearly 600 lessons each year to students of all ages. In preschools and early elementary, lessons tend to focus on: avoiding strangers, safe walking, and dialing 911 Later elementary | Read More »
What do I do about my neighbor’s barking dog? What are the rules on dogs | Read More »
The Mt. Lebanon Area DUI Task Force helps keep impaired drivers off the roadways. In | Read More »
MLPD currently utilizes one canine (K-9) officer in the patrol unit of the operations division. K-9 | Read More »
The goals of the MLPD Bicycle Unit are to prevent and deter crime in the | Read More »
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