No. Fingerprinting is not a service offered by the police department.
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Contact the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation or the South Fayette Township Police Department to request an application for a placard.
After it is received, your family doctor fills it out, and it is returned to the Department of Transportation in Harrisburg. If you qualify, the placard is then issued by the Department of Transportation. The completed application also can be processed by a notary.
Visit the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation website for more information.
Yes. Please complete the Vacation Check Request Form and return it to the police station, 515 Millers Run Road, during regular office hours (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.).
Call 412-221-2170 for assistance with the form.
You can mail your request to:
Records ClerkSouth Fayette Township Police Department515 Millers Run RoadMorgan, PA 15064
In your request, include a self-addressed, stamped envelope and a check or money order ($15 for accident reports, or $20 for a complaint or incident report) made payable to South Fayette Township Police Department. Also include the date of the complaint, accident or incident, location, incident number and/or name of the person(s) involved or operator of the vehicles. Also include a telephone number where you can be reached.
Processing time is generally 3 to 5 working days. You may stop at the South Fayette Township Police Department to pick up your report Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please call 412-221-2170 with your request so the report is available upon arrival.
Traffic citations and non-traffic citations (tickets, except for parking tickets) can be paid at the following location:
District Court 05-2-21Judge Maureen McGraw-Desmet295 Millers Run RoadSouth Fayette, PA 15017Phone: 412-221-3353
They can also be paid by mail or in person at the South Fayette Township Police Department, 515 Millers Run Road, South Fayette PA 15064, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
No. In the event of a crime, police officers should respond to the scene and gather information as soon as possible.
If you want to file a late-reported or a hit-and-run accident, you must call 911 to request an officer and then bring your vehicle to the police station. The police department will make a complaint only that you have reported the incident or accident.
The Pennsylvania State Police is the central repository for criminal history information in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The state police website details the steps for obtaining criminal history information.
The South Fayette Township Police Department provides this information to the Pennsylvania State Police for dissemination to the public via their uniform crime reporting website.
Under certain circumstances, Pennsylvania crime victims may receive compensation. For more information, visit the Victims' Compensation Assistance Program website.