Community Programs

The South Fayette Township Police Department offers free community-oriented programs and services on a variety of topics. The department also partners with county and state programs.

To schedule a special program, please call the Police Chief at 412-221-2170 during normal office hours (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.).

  1. Bicycles
  2. Crime Tips
  3. Drugs
  4. Guns
  5. Internet Safety
  6. Missing Persons
  7. Neighborhoods
  8. Outreach
  9. Personal Safety
  10. Schools
  11. Special Needs
  12. Youth

Officer Buchanan patrols the Panhandle Trail on an electric bikeBicycle Patrols

South Fayette officers who are certified as police cyclists patrol the township's 2-mile portion of Panhandle Trail, plus other neighborhood walking and biking trails, parks and neighborhoods. They provide a visible police presence in areas that are not readily accessible by vehicle and provide the officers with a quicker, more flexible response to rural and recreational areas.

In 2017, the department added two electric bicycles, or e-bikes, that boost pedaling power to help officers pedal longer and traverse hilly terrain.

Bike HelmetsPolice and children with bike helmets at Cup with a Cop event

Police offer free, appropriately sized bicycle helmets to children at various community events and periodically provide youth bike safety programs.