The police force of 42 officers answers approximately 16,000 service calls per year. The force includes a Special Operations Division which includes a Criminal Investigations (Detective) Division and Patrol Division.
Police Information & Resident Resources
What To Do When Stopped By Police
Allegheny County Chiefs of Police Association provide an informative pamphlet (PDF) on what to do when the Police stop you.
Concealed Carry Information
View Concealed Carry Reciprocity information at the PA Attorney General's website to find out which states allow concealed carry reciprocity.
Community Watch Vacation Form
Use the Community Watch Vacation Form (PDF) to let the Monroeville Police know when you're going to be away from your residence for an extended period of time, vacation, business, etc. Fill out the form and drop it off at the Monroeville Police Department.
Online Incident Reporting
For all non-emergency incidents, the Monroeville Police Department has launched an Online Non-Emergency Reporting System. If you are reporting an emergency or a crime in progress, do not use this online webform, instead, DIAL 911 immediately.
Police Monthly Statistics
Police Monthly Reports show a breakdown according to call type of the number of Police calls the Monroeville Dispatch Center received for that month. Keep in mind that this reflects all calls handled by the Monroeville Police, whether or not the incident occurred in Monroeville.
The Application Process: Each solicitor must fill out an application and attach a copy of their current driver's license. It takes 2 days for the application to be processed and ready for pick up. The fee may be paid in either cash or check. We do not accept credit cards. No solicitor shall solicit at private residence on Sunday nor before 10 am or after 9 pm or dusk, whichever is earlier.
Access the Solicitation Application (PDF).
Open Records Information and Right To Know Requests
Monroeville, PA has enacted an Ordinance regarding our guidelines for Open Records requests and submitting a Right To Know (RTK) request form for obtaining Open Records information.
For more information, please see our Open Records page.
Monroeville Public Safety Training Center
Advisory Committee Members
- Kenneth D. "Doug" Cole, Monroeville Chief of Police, Director of Public Safety Training Center
- Paul Hugus, Director of Monroeville Public Works, Deputy Director of Public Safety Training Center
- Jason Sonafelt, Chief of Monroeville VFC Number 1
- Todd Cain, Chief of Monroeville VFC Number 3
- Logan Stadler, Chief of Monroeville VFC Number 4
- Ben Rudd, Chief of Monroeville VFC Number 5
- Corye Ramsey, Chief of Monroeville VFC Number 6
Training Center Calendar