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Disability Awareness Stickers now available

Stickers will help communication during emergencies If you or someone you love has autism or an intellectual disability that might not be apparent to first responders, you can now get a sticker to place on your vehicle or home to [...]


24th Annual Mt. Lebanon Police Classic Car Show & Festival

It’s Car Show season!!! The 24th Annual Mt. Lebanon Police Department Classic Car Show & Festival is scheduled for Sunday, July 7th, 2019. We will once again close the roadway in the Washington Business District so owners can showcase their [...]


2019 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics

The Be a Fan Torch Run for Special Olympics PA is a segmented non-competitive run (approx. 150 miles) with 53 segments ranging from a 2.5 mile to 4 miles, beginning on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at 7:00am. The Be a [...]


Now Hiring – Substitute School Crossing Guards

The Mt. Lebanon Police Department is accepting applications for Substitute School Crossing Guards. Job Details Uniform and paid training provided!  The salary for the remainder of the 2017-2018 school year is… Guard I  $14.61 per hour. Plus $5.25 a day for [...]



Mt. Lebanon is a safe place but our streets can be very busy. We continue to work to educate pedestrians, drivers and cyclists on ways to coexist peacefully and safely on our avenues. We all know that our streets are home [...]


MLPD Smart Phone App is Now Available!

Help MLPD fight crime by using your cell phone!  To learn how, watch this short instructional video: For additional information on the MLPD Tip411 Program, CLICK HERE. [...]


CALL 9-1-1! – An Important Reminder

CALL 9-1-1!!! An important reminder from MLPD…. Many Mt. Lebanon residents pride themselves on their welcoming attitude toward strangers, and go out of their way to welcome new people to their neighborhoods. Based on recent events, we can only assume [...]


See Crime. Text It. ANONYMOUSLY

MLPD Tip411 App Installation: 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 crime happening or something seems wrong, please type the letters MLPDTIPS [...]