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Public Safety : Greenville Police Department
 
 
Public Safety Director
Brian Mazzanti
724-588-4190
 
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The Greenville/West Salem Police Department provides polices services to the residents of Greenville Borough and West Salem Township.  The Police is comprised of 15 sworn officers consisting of 2 Sergeants, 6 full-time, and 7 part-time officers.  The Greenville/West Salem Police Department operates under the direction of the Public Safety Director and the Mayor.  Each officer has a minimum of a high school diploma, and some officers have a college degree, military service, or both.  All officers have completed the Act 120, Certified Municipal Police Officer Training Course.  All of the Greenville/West Salem Police Officers further their training by attending specialized training courses and seminars.  It is the goal of the Greenville/West Salem Police Department to provide the best possible service to the residents of Greenville Borough and West Salem Township.


Greenville/West Salem Police Department

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the requirements for a car seat? Booster seat?

Children under 4yoa. – Any person who transports a child under 4years of age anywhere in the motor vehicle shall fasten the child securely in a child passenger restraint system.

Children 4yoa – under 8yoa. – Any person who transports a child between 4 and 8 shall fasten the child securely in a fastened safety belt system and in an appropriately fitting child booster seat.

There are no set weight limits but exemptions can be made if there are physical reasons why the seats would be impractical.


2. What are the curfew hours during the school year? During the summer?

During the school year the curfew hours are;
Sunday evening – Thursday evening 10:00pm
Friday evening – Saturday evening 12:00am

During the summer when school is not in session;
Sunday evening – Thursday evening 11:00pm
Friday evening – Saturday evening 12:00am

3. How do I speak to an officer if the police station is not occupied?

Dial 911 and advise the county dispatcher that you would like to speak to one of the Greenville/West Salem Police Officers. The dispatcher will then advise an officer to contact you by phone, or to go to your location to speak to you.

4. Who do I contact if I have a civil complaint?

Contact the District Magistrates office at 724-588-3210

If you are not sure if the problem in question is civil or criminal you may contact the Police Department or the District Magistrates office. During normal business hours contact the Police Department.  After business hours contact 9-1-1 for any criminal complaint. 


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