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Chief of Police - Jeffrey L. Kennedy
Police Department Secretary - Patricia Reaghard

1 Veterans Way, Carnegie, PA 15106




Borough of Carnegie to utilize CodeRED Emergency Notification system
Carnegie, PA - December 5, 2017 - The Borough of Carnegie has contracted with OnSolve to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system provides the Borough of Carnegie and Pennsbury Village officials the ability to quickly deliver messages to targeted areas or the entire municipality. Steve Beuter, Carnegie Borough Manager, cautioned that such systems are only as good as the telephone number database supporting them . . .
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Need-to-Know Information

County Police Again Participating in Prescription Drug Take-Back Initiative April 30 Event Provides Safe Disposal of Unwanted, Unused, Expired Prescription Drugs. Click Here for more information

Warning for Senior Citizens: Suspicious Phone Scheme For an update on the recent phone scheme that was received by a Carnegie resident please check this WPXI Article / KDKA Radio

Pennsylvania Texting While Driving Ban Listen to Chief Jeffrey Harbin, Larry Richert and John Shumway on the newly enacted texting while driving ban. KDKA News

Carnegie Police announce the addition of a certified
"Child Passenger Seat Technician"

A Bicycle is NOT a Toy! Whether used for recreation or transportation, a bicycle is subject to Pennsylvania Vehicle Code Section 3501-3509 Click Here

HOME ALONE: Is your child ready? Will your child be safe? This brochure from The Allegheny County Department of Human Services will help you decide if your child is ready. Click Here

Center for Victims - Have you or someone you know been a victim or witness of crime or violence? Are you being abused by someone close to you? Have your or your child been sexually assaulted? Do you or someone you know have concerns about safety? Click Here

Suspect Your teen is Using Drugs or Drinking? A brief guide to action for parents from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Click Here


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 online 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 Borough has been selected to receive funding from the Law Enforcement and Corrections BWC PIP Grant. Awards were announced by PCCD. Recipients are required to work with the BJA-funded BWC training and technical assistance (TTA) provider as part of the policy development process. Agencies must demonstrate appropriate policy development and internal law enforcement adoption prior to BWC procurement and implementation.

Click Here for Carnegie Police Department's Body Worn Camera Policy

Statement of Non-Discrimination



"Do the right thing
In the right way
For the right reasons"


Courage - We will meet the demands of our profession when it is hazardous, dangerous, demanding, or otherwise difficult without regard for our own personal safety or consequences.

Professionalism - We will conduct the business of our profession in an honest, compassionate and efficient manner, while adhering to a higher standard of personal conduct and decency.

Dedication - We will hold true to our oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America and the laws and ordinances of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Borough of Carnegie.

Cruising on the Main
2022 ~ TBA


  Keeping Our Kids Drug-Free
Facts and Information for Parents, Teens, and Community Organizations

The office of National Drug Control Policy's National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign is a historic initiative created to educate and enable America's youth to reject illicit drugs. The Media Campaign invites you to visit these drug drug education websites for youth, parents, & other concerned adults.

For Youth

For Parents
www.LaAntiDroga.com (Spanish)

For Teachers and Coaches

For Community Organizations


Media Campaign Information: 1-800-788-2800
En Espa
ñol: 1-877-SIN-DROGAS (1-877-746-3764)

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