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The North Fayette Police Department consists of 23 sworn officers (2 detectives), 6 public safety dispatchers and a secretary. Our Police Department operates its own dispatch center that is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
CivicReady Emergency Notification System
This is a registration-based notification system that enables us to reach you via phone, email, or text depending on the types of alerts you wish to receive. If you would like to receive these alerts, please click here to be redirected to the CivicReady site. If you were previously registered with our SwiftReach alert system, your information has been migrated to the CivicReady system for you, but we do suggest that you take a moment to review your preferences and make any desired changes. You may opt-out of this service at any time and there is no charge to residents, though message and data rates may apply depending on your mobile service provider.
Many are not aware, businesses and homeowners can be issued state citations for having too many false alarms. False alarms are deemed as alarms that have occurred as a result of an illegitimate purpose (improper code entry, accidental activation by employee(s) etc.). The Pennsylvania Crimes Code Section 7511 indicates that the owner can be cited after 3 false alarms within a 12 month period. There is a need for this violation to be addressed as the number of businesses/households which are equipped with alarms is extensive along with the need to have emergency personnel respond when a false alarm occurs taking them away from being able to respond to priority calls for service.
In North Fayette, we have expanded upon the PA Crimes Code and permit 6 false alarms per year prior to any citations being issued. Therefore a citation is not issued until the 7th false alarm and every additional alarm thereafter. If the alarms are a result of improperly working systems and proof of service is provided, the number of false alarms can be adjusted.
The purpose of enforcement is to ensure proper training of alarm use, to have faulty devices repaired and save unnecessary response to multiple false alarms so that emergency services can be utilized properly where necessary.
Title 18 Section 7511 can be located at the Pennsylvania General Assembly website.
Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program (MCSAP)
Learn more about Commercial Vehicle information on our website.