Police Department

  1. Dog naming contest being held for new police bloodhound

    Help us sniff out the best name for our new bloodhound, a friendly, floppy-eared female dog who has joined the South Fayette Township Police Department! Read on...
  2. South Fayette Township police sergeant named School Resource Officer of the year

    South Fayette Township police Sgt. Jeff Sgro is the first-ever recipient of the "PA School Resource Officer (SRO) of the Year Award” from PA Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD). Read on...
  3. South Fayette police earn traffic safety award

    The South Fayette Township Police Department has received a AAA Community Traffic Safety Silver Award, which recognizes efforts to reduce motor vehicle injuries and fatalities. Read on...
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About Us
The South Fayette Township Police Department serves the 20.95-square-mile community of South Fayette Township, including the South Fayette School District, around the clock 365 days a year. The department consists of all full-time, sworn officers who answer more than 5,000 calls each year. South Fayette police are active with the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Narcotics Enforcement Team, the South Hills DUI Task Force and Buckle Up PA, including the Click It or Ticket seat belt program and the Pennsylvania Aggressive Driving Enforcement and Education Project (PAADEEP). The police department is involved in both the West Hills Council of Governments and the South Hills Area Council of Governments (SHACOG).

Mission Statement

This department constitutes an organization whose very existence is justified solely on the basis of community service. We shall consider it our duty and privilege not only to protect our citizens from the criminal, but also to protect and defend the rights that are guaranteed to all citizens under our structure of government.

The primary and foremost function of this department is to safeguard the lives and protect the property of all persons within the boundaries of the Township of South Fayette. This department is responsible for the preservation of public peace and the enforcement of laws, statutes and ordinances of the United States, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the Township of South Fayette.
South Fayette Police SUV parked in front of municipal building