Police Department

Patrick Campbell, Chief of Police

In case of non emergency, contact 911 advise of a non emergency and they will have an officer contact you.

The Munhall Police Department, led by Chief Patrick Campbell, is a department of dedicated professional police officers and civilian personnel committed to providing the highest quality of service and protection to the community. The department continues to strengthen its relationships with the community by effectuating an inclusive collaboration of law enforcement, citizens, community agencies, political leaders, and public information services.

It is the priority of the Department to promote continued education to maximize training opportunities for our officers, command staff, and civilian employees. Technical advancements and the ongoing development of comprehensive data collection programs are also essential for the most efficient delivery of services, improved public safety, and departmental accountability. With a renewed commitment to excellence and a focus on state of the art technology, the Munhall Police Department plans to be well prepared to meet the challenges ahead.

It is the intention of this department not only to provide the reactive services necessary to ensure public safety but also to commit to providing the proactive services that will enhance the unity within our community. By listening to our collective voices, both internally and externally, the Munhall Police Department and the citizens of Munhall will build bridges of trust that encourage mutual respect and positive change in the 21st Century.

2016 Munhall Medication Disposal Day

What is Crime Watch / Neighborhood Watch?

Citizens’ Crime Watch / Neighborhood Watch is a Borough-wide crime prevention program. When neighborhood watch is fully operative, you and your neighbors become the “Eyes and Ears” of the Munhall Police Department, telephoning the police at the first hint of suspicious activity.

Citizens’ Crime Watch is a program that teaches members techniques to reduce the risk of being victimized at home, in their vehicles and in public places. It also trains members the importance of recognizing suspicious activities; evaluate them; and then how to properly report them.

Citizens’ Crime Watch is the telephone repairman, the newspaper-boy, the postman, the elevator operator, the professional, the secretary, the housewife, the merchant, the shopper, the anonymous person who sees but is not seen and who knows what to do when he or she sees something suspicious. Citizens’ Crime Watch is a Borough-wide program that operates most effectively at the neighborhood level.

Get Involved with Munhall Crime Watch

The Munhall Neighborhood Watch along with the Munhall Police Department will be holding meetings to discuss how to implement the Crime Watch on your street and how working together, we can make Munhall a safer place to live.

For more information, or if you cannot attend, please email crimewatch@munhallpa.us

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We are currently monitoring the threat for severe weather over the weekend. At this time, there is a chance for scattered severe thunderstorms on Saturday, in two rounds. The first, would start mid-morning in eastern Ohio; around noon in southwest PA, and the second would be later in the evening. Of course, the second round will be contingent on the lingering effects of the morning precipitation and whether there will be enough time to destabilize. The threat will continue into Sunday. The primary threats will be damaging wind and large hail, though an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. In addition, heavy rain may pose flooding problems. We will update the forecast as needed through the rest of the weekend. Have a plan in place if you are expecting to participate in outdoor activities and remember, when thunder roars, go indoors

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If you have outdoor plans this afternoon and evening, keep an eye to the sky. Severe weather is possible this afternoon and evening with damaging winds, brief heavy rain, and possibly a weak tornado. The graphic below outlines the time frame state by state.

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