Emergencies & Non-Emergencies: CALL 9-1-1
Mt. Lebanon utilizes Allegheny County’s 9-1-1 Communications Center for all emergency and non-emergency call taking and dispatching of police, fire and EMS services. Based on the capabilities of the County Communications Center, calling 9-1-1 is no longer reserved for emergencies only. Whenever you need to meet with or talk to a police officer, firefighter or paramedic, please call 9-1-1 and explain your situation to the call taker. The computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system used by the Communications Center personnel will prioritize your call and send it to the telecommunicators for dispatching to the appropriate public safety personnel. Don’t worry…your question about a lost cell phone will not trump a more pressing call that may require a more timely response. As soon as the emergency calls are cleared, an officer will get in touch with you.
For other matters that do not require an immediate response, feel free to use the contact numbers below. Please be aware that these numbers ring to phones located at officers desks. Most of the officers work rotating schedules with a variety of days off, therefore it may take a few days for them to get back to you. Again, if your question or concern requires a more timely response, call 9-1-1 and ask to speak to an on-duty MLPD Officer.
(Requests taken daily from 6 pm to 11 pm)
Or you may request overnight parking online through mylebo.mtlebanon.org
Police Records (copies of reports, permit questions, etc):
Traffic Services Unit:
Investigative Services Unit:
Crime Prevention Unit:
Public Information Officer:
*Guidelines for using the Contact Form*– If you need to speak to a Police Officer immediately, always call 9-1-1. If you would like to provide information about incidents that are not currently occurring, feel free to submit a “Contact Form” by completing the blocks below. Contact Forms may also be used to request information that does not require an immediate response. For follow-up questions or to provide additional information in reference to an investigation that has already been initiated, please utilize the “Staff Directory” to call or email a specific Officer.Please be aware that submitted Contact Forms are often not reviewed immediately, therefore if your question or concern requires a more timely response, call 9-1-1 and ask to speak to an on-duty MLPD Officer. Please do not use the Contact Form for overnight parking requests.