The Green Tree Police Department has ten full-time officers and one administrative secretary and takes pride in having one of the most professional, highly educated and trained police departments in the area. The police force consists of a Chief of Police, one lieutenant and eight patrol officers.
The department has two NRA firearms instructors, three officers trained in accident reconstruction, and several members that are available as speakers for civic groups on such topics as crime prevention, firearms safety, identity theft, etc. The police department interacts on a regular basis with Federal and State authorities and is an active member in the South Hills Drug Task Force. It participates in Animal Control's Lost Pet Project assisting in reuniting lost pets with their owners.
The Green Tree Police Department has four officers certified to perform car seat installation and inspections. Call the station to make an appointment at 412-921-8624. It's a free service for Green Tree residents. Our officers will make sure your car seat is correctly and securely installed in your vehicle.
GTPD provides security services to Green Tree residents with their "Vacation Home Checks" and "Key Vault" program. If you contact the department prior to your vacation, officers will provide outside inspection of your home regularly while you are away to ensure that it is safe and secure. The Key Vault Program keeps records of registered residents' emergency contacts to notify if there should be an emergency at your residence while you are are away. Residents may also supply the GTPD with a key to their premises, if they wish, to allow emergency entry to their homes if a situation arises. You can call the department during their regular business hours, Monday-Friday, 7:00-3:00 p.m. to register or for more information, or enroll electronically.
Green Tree businesses are also encouraged to register in the GTPD's Commercial/Business Emergency Contact Information Program. Similar to the key vault program, but for businesses, business owners provide contact information so the police can get in touch with them in case of an emergency.
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