- What number do I call to see or speak to a Police Officer?
- How do I report a crime?
- How do I request hearing or pay a Traffic Citation?
- How do I request hearing or pay a Parking Ticket?
- How do I get a tour of the Police Department for my group?
- How do I fill out a vacation card so the police know where I will be?
- How do I find out about the Megan’s Law Website?
- How do I obtain a permit to solicit for my business?
- How do I obtain a permit to have amusement devices in my establishment?
- How do I get permission to park a vehicle on the street over night?
- How do I schedule to have a block party on my street?
- I am having an alarm system installed in my house, do I need a permit?
- How do I get a copy of a police report?
- How do I get fingerprinted for my job application?
- How do I get assistance installing a child safety seat?
What number do I call to see or speak to a Police Officer?
Call 911 whenever you need to see or speak to a Police Officer. MLPD no longer utilizes a “non-emergency” phone number for contact with our Officers. MLPD does not have the luxury of having an Officer by a phone at the Police Station at all times. For several years, our community has relied on the Allegheny County 9-1-1 call center to answer our requests for service, triage & prioritize these calls and dispatch our Officers appropriately. Even if you would only like to speak to an Officer by phone, call 9-1-1 to initiate contact. The call taker will record your information and an Officer will be contacted to return your call. Please never hesitate to call 9-1-1. MLPD would rather be called to investigate without delay, then find out after the fact that a crime has already occurred and the actors are no longer on scene.
How do I report a crime?
To report a crime, dial 911 from your phone, and advise the dispatcher of what is occurring. They may give you specific instructions to follow to keep yourself safe, or will advise of police response and where to meet them.
How do I request a hearing or pay a Traffic Citation?
Be sure to completely review all of the instructions listed on the lower or back portion of your copy of the traffic citation. Specific instructions are listed for how to respond to the citation. For questions, please call District Justice Blaise Larotonda’s office at 412-561-4415 or visit the court located at 680 Washington Road, Suite B-103, Pittsburgh, PA, 15228. Hearing requests or payments for traffic citations will not be accepted at the police station.
How do I request a hearing or pay a Parking Ticket?
Payments for parking tickets are accepted in person at the Tax Office located on the lower level of the Mt. Lebanon Municipal Building, 710 Washington Road, Pittsburgh, PA, 15228 during regular business hours. Payments by mail can also be sent to the Tax Office at the Municipal Building. Additionally, payments may be made by placing the total fine amount into the ticket envelope and depositing it into one of the marked yellow payment receptacles scattered throughout town. Lastly, online payments are accepted by visiting the “My Lebo” portion of the municipal website at this link: https://mylebo.mtlebanon.org, in the section titled “Pay a Parking Ticket”. If you plan to appeal a parking ticket, visit District Justice Blaise Larotonda’s office at 680 Washington Road, Suite B-103, Pittsburgh, PA, 15228. For general questions related to parking enforcement, call the Mt. Lebanon Parking Enforcement Supervisor, Mark Quealy at 412-440-2035.
How do I get a tour of the Police Department for my group?
If you belong to a group and would like a tour of the Police Department and Public Safety Building, you can call the Crime Prevention Unit, 412-343-4068, to schedule the tour. Tours last about 40 minutes. You can also arrange for a tour with the fire department to coincide with the police department tour.
How do I fill out a vacation card so the police know where I will be?
You can come to the police department records desk, 3rd floor of the Public Safety Building, and request a vacation card.
How do I find out about the Megan’s Law Website?
You can go to the Pennsylvania State Police Website, http://www.psp.state.pa.us/. Click on Megan’s Law Website under the heading of PSP Services. Those who are required to register as a sexual offender, must do so through the Pennsylvania State Police.
How do I obtain a permit to have amusement devices in my establishment?
You can pick up an application for an amusement device permit at the records desk of the police department, 3rd floor of the Public Safety Building.
How do I get permission to park a vehicle on the street overnight?
You can request special permission to park a vehicle on the street during the overnight hours by calling 412-343-4023, between the hours of 6:00 PM and 11:00 PM, prior to parking the vehicle overnight.
You may also request on-street overnight parking online through mylebo.mtlebanon.org. Click the Overnight Parking Request link in the “Miscellaneous Forms" section on the home page. Requests for overnight parking should be made prior to 10:30 P.M. on the evening the vehicle will be parked, so they can be properly approved.
Permission will only be given to those persons who can not park the vehicle in their driveway due to construction, repaving, or an overnight guest when the driveway is currently filled with other vehicles. All off-street parking options must be exhausted prior to requesting on-street overnight parking.
I am having an alarm system installed in my house, do I need a permit?
Yes. You can fill out an application at the fire department, 1st floor of the Public Safety Building. Call 412-343-3402 for more information.
How do I get a copy of a police report?
You can fill out a request form at the police department Record’s desk, 3rd floor lobby of the Public Safety Building. There is a $15.00 cost for most reports. A subpoena is required for reports where an arrest has been made. Under no circumstances will a juvenile’s information be released.
How do I get fingerprinted for my job application?
Fingerprinting for job applications is done on Tuesdays, from 8:30 AM until 10 AM. You must make an appointment with the Investigations Unit, 412-343-4095, prior to Tuesday (space is limited). Walk-ins will not be accepted. You must also provide your own fingerprint card(s). The cost for a resident is $20.00 for the first card, $5.00 for each additional card. The cost for a non-resident is $25.00 for each card. Proof of residency is required. To schedule an appointment, contact the Investigations Unit, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 7:30 AM and 3:30 PM.