Carnegie Police Department
Police protection for the Borough of Carnegie is provided by the Carnegie Police
Department, which also provides protection for the Borough of Pennsbury Village.
The Carnegie Police Department is under the direction of the Mayor of the
Borough of Carnegie and the Chief of Police.
All officers are certified through the Pennsylvania Municipal Officers'
Education and Training Commission and receive yearly mandatory training required
to maintain certification. In addition, the Carnegie Police Department (CPD) has
a comprehensive in-service training program designed to further the individual
skills of police officers and command personnel.
The CPD is also committed to a "Community Policing" philosophy and takes great
pride in community involvement and education, providing an email alert program
and an e-mail daily log report.
The Carnegie Police Department proudly lives by the following words displayed on
the side of the police cruisers: Courage, Professionalism, and Dedication.
Carnegie Volunteer Fire and Rescue Bureau (CVFRB)
The volunteers in the Carnegie Volunteer Fire and Rescue Bureau (CVFRB) have
been serving the Boroughs of Carnegie and Pennsbury Village since 1972 with fire
and emergency medical services.
With the new fire station located at 201 West Main Street, the fire and rescue
bureau volunteers remain on stand-by for emergency calls, as well as for all
hometown sporting events, festivals and other community activities.
In addition to responding to emergencies, CVFRB provides many other services to
the community, such as fire prevention and fire safety classes, CPR and basic
first aid courses. Two advanced life support ambulances are also stationed at
the fire department building.
Annual 5K Walk/Run
will benefit the
Carnegie Volunteer Fire and Rescue Bureau
for 2017 Image Gallery
for 2016 Image Gallery
Carnegie Borough Public Safety Day
2016 Image Gallery