Here is a list of various websites that may be useful in providing information for various public services and other information regarding public safety and community awareness.
Delayed Accident Report
If you have an accident and it is not reported to Police, but later found to be “reportable” (injury or tow required), you may complete and file this document with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
A Guide to Avoiding False Alarms
A free online guide to assist homeowners in reducing false alarms from their home security systems. Our guide aims to show people the cost associated with false alarms, the most common causes of false alarms, and tips for preventing them.
The Red Guide to Recovery
Resource Handbook for Disaster Survivors
United States Drug Enforcement Administration
The Public Database for the National Take Back is now open
Are You a Safe Driver?
Through Drive Safe PA, PennDOT aims to make sure that all motorists in Pennsylvania are safe drivers. With nearly 1,500 people losing their lives in traffic crashes in Pennsylvania each year, Drive Safe PA encourages motorists to avoid life-threatening behaviors.
Pennsylvania’s Attorney General
The Attorney General’s Office protects children from Internet predators, pursues con artists who target our seniors, targets drug trafficking and gun violence in our neighborhoods and fights fraud and scams that can be financially devastating to families.
Pennsylvania Alert System
AlertPA delivers emergency and weather alerts, health notifications and updates to steer, guide and warn you on all your devices
The central point of contact for aging-related services connects you to services such as senior center activities, care management, home health and many others.
PA Criminal History Search for Civilians
Purpose is to better enable the public to obtain criminal history record checks.
Administrative Office of Pa Courts Criminal Court Docket Information
This feature is useful to find when and where a case event will be heard without having to call or visit the courthouse
Allegheny Chiefs of Police Association
The Allegheny Chiefs of Police Association providing a directory of services provided by Allegheny County.
National Do Not Call List
On November 18th cellphone numbers were released to telemarketing companies. It blocks your number for five (5) years.
Allegheny County Sheriff
COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS way to supply the Sheriff’s Office with information on fugitives.
Allegheny County District Attorney
Trial units to handle crimes such as child abuse, elder abuse and domestic violence, allowing prosecutors to take a more hands on approach to these crimes.
US Attorney’s Office
Collaborative effort between federal, state and local law enforcement. These group initiatives, called task forces, are designed to target criminal activity in a particular geographical area.
Jurisdiction over violations in more than 200 categories of federal law. They generally fall under our three national security priorities and five criminal priorities.
The agency is mandated by Congress to carry out dual missions: protection of national and visiting foreign leaders, and criminal investigations.
PennDot District 11 (Allegheny County)
To report road maintenance concerns call 1-800-FIX-ROAD.
Allegheny County Emergency Management
Emergency Management is a comprehensive, integrated program of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery, for emergencies/disasters of any kind.