The Findlay Township Police Department has continued to maintain its elite status as one of our nation's premier accredited law enforcement agencies, which currently represents approximately 25% of America's police agencies comprising approximately 562 law enforcement agencies in the United States.

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Findlay Township became nationally accredited in 1993 by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), and is 1 of only 26 municipal law enforcement agencies in the United States with less than 25 members that have achieved the elite status of full national accreditation. Additionally, Findlay Township became accredited in Pennsylvania by the PA Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (PLEAC) immediately after the establishment of a statewide program in 2003 and has continued to maintain accreditation on both the national and state levels.

Our Team
Our police department, consisting of full-time sworn police officers supported by 7 full-time base operators is divided into 3 components, completing 21 separate functions. We are also proud to be offering the DARE program at the elementary, middle and high school levels in the West Allegheny School District, along with other programs in safety awareness, bullying and harassment education, tobacco education programs, student support team participation, video and fingerprinting programs, girls self defense at the high school in both the 11th and 12th grades and a number of other community service programs.


Additionally, the Findlay Township Police Department conducts business and neighborhood watch programs, a safe house program, vacation home checks, home security surveys, a child safety seat inspection program, scouting liaison activities, fingerprinting services for citizens and truck safety inspections. The department also maintains a special needs database to assist persons with special needs during power outages, weather emergencies or other emergency management situations.
Residents of Findlay Township who are in need of emergency services should call 724 695-7777 or 911. If you would like additional information on any of our programs, please feel free to call 724-695-1300. Please browse the remainder of our site which includes applications for several programs that we offer. For more information contact Officer Jamie Sacco.  For information on the Drug Take Back box now located in the lobby of the Municipal Building, click here

Mission Statement

The mission of the Findlay Township Police Department is to fulfill all of our job duties and responsibilities while adhering to the philosophy of safeguarding the rights and liberties of both citizens and fellow coworkers, in recognition of human dignity and the constitutional rights bestowed on all persons. We shall always treat other persons as we would hope or expect to be treated or that we would want our loved ones to be treated under similar circumstances.

Vision Statement

We will continue to be a leader and an example, both professionally and personally, to all law enforcement agencies as we provide an effective service through partnerships built in the schools and the community with the ultimate goal of detecting and preventing crime, while preserving peace, integrity and public trust.

Values Statement (FTPD)

  • Fairness
  • Trust
  • Professionalism
  • Dedication