Dormont Borough Police Department

  • Agency: Dormont Borough Police Department
  • Address: 1444 Hillsdale Ave, Ste 1, Pittsburgh, 15216 PA
  • Chief: Richard M. Dwyer (Chief of Police)

Dormont Borough Police Department is located at 1444 Hillsdale Ave, Ste 1, Pittsburgh, 15216 PA. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard M. Dwyer. The Dormont Borough Police Department phone number is 412-561-8900 Ext 300.

Dormont Borough Police Department News

The found dog was returned to the owner due to help from Facebook. Thank you for sharing. The dog and owner are both very happy!

On 9/10/2017, a citizen brought a diaper bag to the Dormont Police Department. It was found in the Dormont Park in the area of the Castle Playground. We are hoping to return it to the rightful owner!

Please see flyer below for information about Dormont Fall Festival! It's on Saturday 10/28/17 from 1 PM to 3 PM.

We have been asked to post the following information for "National Thank a Police Officer Day". Please see below for information. Official date has been released for National Thank a Police Officer Day. Mark your calendars for Saturday 9/16/17! I am taking on the adoption of the Dormont Police Department. This year the theme is "Send Me". We will collect cards from the schools & make Thank You bags. We are asking $5 to "adopt an Officer" to cover costs of Wooden Flags, bracelets, and any additional bag items that may need to be added to donations from schools. Any additional money left over I would like to donate to the fund for Chief Michael Diebold (Leechburg PD) - his goal is to be able to get back to work (and every day tasks) by getting an amazing BeBionic Prosthetic. Hopefully we can help him reach that goal. Donations can be dropped off at Dormont Police Station attention Jon Sagwitz. Thank you! Kathy Jo Sagwitz National Thank A Police Officer AK-Valley Team-member

Thank you for sharing this information. It is always a good idea to ensure you lock up your valuables. Bicycles that are not secured are easy targets. Also, always ensure you lock your car and house doors.

Niando Construction, Inc. Phone #(412) 242-1888 620 Long Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15235 Fax #(412) 242-1838 ______________________________________________________________________________ July 25, 2017 Dear Residents living in the area of Annex Avenue, Construction Notice Reconstruction of the Asphalt Street On July 26, 2017 starting at 7:30 a.m., Niando Construction, Inc. will begin construction on Annex Avenue from Tennessee Avenue to Wisconsin Avenue. This section of the road will be completely closed until the project is complete on or Friday, August 11, 2017. Please remove all vehicles from the street, driveways and/or garages before 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday July 26, 2017. Annex Avenue will be closed to all vehicles except for emergency vehicles from Tennessee Avenue to Wisconsin Avenue. Residents will not have access to their driveways and/or garages. If you require access to a vehicle parked in your driveway and/or garage you must move it to a location that will be accessible to you during the time that the street is closed. The construction should be completed in approximately two and one half (2-1/2) weeks weather permitting. Please locate and mark the location of any privately owned underground facilities within one (1) foot of the curb line such as heated driveway systems, lawn sprinkler systems, or underground dog fencing. Niando Construction, Inc. can not be responsible for damage to any privately owned underground facilities if we are unaware of their existence or exact location. Thank you for your cooperation and we are sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause. Sincerely, Niando Construction, Inc.

The Dormont Police Department extends its deepest condolences to Trooper Stewart's family and the Pennsylvania State Police.

Thank you to everyone who provided information relating to the assault that occurred in Dormont. The Allegheny County Police, who are conducting the investigation, have let us know an arrest was made.

Well Folks it is getting to be that time of year again, Baby Deer Days! Starting in early May through about mid June the Doe Deer will be giving birth to their Fawns. Females can give birth up to three Fawns and usually they give no thought as to where they perform this task. So as usual Animal Control will be on hand to help move newly born Fawns to little better locations But We Will NOT REMOVE Fawns from the immediate area. These animal are protected by State Game Law. Animal Control also would like to remind residents if they are seeing Deer on a regular basis in their yards to keep alert for the young being born in or around where the family dog may be out and about to do their business. Due to Coyote activity in every community in the South Hills the female Deer will treat your pet as a Coyote threatening their young and the Doe will go after your Dog. So before leaving Furball out in the morning check the area first or stay with your pet while they do their business. Remember when the Fawns are first born their only protection is they have no scent and they use their white dotted coats as camouflage to protect themselves from preditors such as Coyotes. Fawns for the first few days will lay all day in the same spot, until their Mothers return in the evening hours to nurse them. IF a Fawn is found leave it alone, Mommy is not far away and She Can Be a Handful. Residents that may have question can contact Animal Control through County Dispatch on the non emergency number 412 279 6911 or the Pennsylvania Game Commission at Division Headquarters at 724 238 9523. Thank You Roy Hayward, ACO

Don't forget April 3rd starts street sweeping. Please see the previous post for the 2017 schedule.

Please read the following news story about a new scam that is taking place over the phone.

The Dormont Police Department is requesting assistance in identifying this male. He may have been involved in a motor vehicle theft. Please send a message, and all information will be kept confidential.

The Dormont Police Department extends it's deepest condolences to the family of Trooper Landon Weaver, as well as the Pennsylvania State Police.

On Thursday, December 15th, the Municipal Center parking lot, on the Espy Avenue side, will be closed to parking at 4pm. Please have all cars removed by then. You will have access to the Glenmore side through the area.

NOVEMBER 2016 POLICE BLOTTER 11/5/16 – Michael Schlick was arrested in the 3000 block of West Liberty Avenue for Public Drunkenness and Disorderly Conduct. 11/12/16 – Christina Staub was arrested in the 2800 block of Louisiana Avenue for Simple Assault. 11/13/16 – Devon Cherkes and Anthony Longo were cited for Disorderly Conduct for an incident that occurred in the 2900 block of Lima Alley. 11/18/16 – Paul Gray was arrested in the 2800 block of Broadway Avenue for Simple Assault and Disorderly Conduct. 11/19/2016 – Leslie Ranson Jr. was arrested in the 300 block of Washington Road for Loitering and Prowling at Night and Theft from a motor vehicle.

Dormont Residents: On Monday, December 5th, 2016 at 7 A.M. Facchiano Contracting will be milling and paving Potomac Avneue. Work will continue between 7 A.M. and 5 P.M. daily weather depending. Please be aware of the NO PARKING signs for the duration of the project. Facchiano hopes to be finished by Friday, December 9th.

Dormont Residents: On Monday, December 5th, 2016 at 7 A.M. Facchiano Contracting will be milling and paving Potomac Avneue. Work will continue between 7 A.M. and 5 P.M. daily weather depending. Please be aware of the NO PARKING signs for the duration of the project. Facchiano hopes to be finished by Friday, December 9th.