Monaca Police
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Chief of Police
David Piuri 
Mission Statement
MISSION:

The mission of the Monaca Police Department is to enforce the laws which the people have deemed necessary in the interest of public safety. These laws may be by Borough Ordinance, State Law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and United States Constitutions. 


CRIME HOTLINE

Crime Hotline

 A 24-hour crime hotline is available to serve the Monaca community. Call anonymously to report illegal drug dealing, illegal firearms, prostitution or other criminal activity. Information wanted by police: description and location of activity address or description of location firearms or weapons involved names or descriptions of those involved description of vehicles and license plate numbers Please Call -  (724) 775-3289

To report a crime via telephone anonymous, please call (724) 775-3289 and leave a message on 24-hour Anonymous Crime/Drug Tip Hotline. 
 
This is a mechanism for citizens to provide officers with information relating to crimes, suspicious activity, and illicit drug use and distribution, as well as other issues.

When a citizen calls (724) 775-3289, he or she will hear a taped message explaining that an officer is not presently available. However, speak as long as you like, explaining the activity in as much detail as you can. You do not have to provide your name, address, or telephone number. All information is kept strictly confidential.

Please remember that this is not a replacement for 9-1-1.  If you witness an emergency situation, please call 9-1-1 immediately.
Beaver County Prescription Drug Take Back
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The medication collection and disposal program provides a safe disposal location for citizens to properly dispose of unused prescription and over the counter medications.

K-9 Patrol
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Meet Officer Kazan

Monday, November 18, 2013
Meet Officer Kazan who will partner with Officer Greg Nicol.  While the K-9's primary responsibilities are the safe apprehension of serious criminal offenders, the timely discovery of evidence, the protection of the public and officers, and the search for missing persons; they also serve as a link between the department and the community.