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Records can be obtained at the Shaler Township Police Office, 300 Wetzel Road, Glenshaw PA 15116 Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. The office is closed between the hours of 12:30 and 1 p.m. If you are unable to request the record in person, mail requests will be honored. A check must be included with the request for information. When making the request for a police report, please have the following information available: case number or report number, name of complainant, date and location of incident.
Please fill out the Request for Police Records form. Cost is on the form. Visit the
Magisterial District Judge Daniel Konieczka, formerly known as the "Magistrate," serves the citizens of Shaler, Reserve, Millvale and Etna by issuing arrest and search warrants and summons, establishing bonds and bonding out citizens who have been arrested. The Magisterial District Judge also issues temporary PFA orders, holds summary and preliminary hearings. The Magisterial District Judge also accepts payment for all traffic and non traffic fines. He also handles civil complaints. His office is located at 1007 Mt. Royal Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15223, or call 412-487-7630.
Persons or businesses going door to door to sell goods or request donations must obtain a solicitor's permit from the Township. Please ask anyone that knocks on your door to see their permit. Soliciting is permitted Monday through Saturday, 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Soliciting is not permitted on Sundays and national holidays,
Political, Religious and non-profit organizations with 501(c)(3) status are exempt and may solicit without a permit.
A non-solicitation list is maintained by the Township and provided to all solicitors. Sign up for the No Solicitation list: No Solicitation Sign Up.
Should a person be soliciting without a valid permit, they are subject to fines and/or arrest. If a solicitor does not have a permit or appears fraudulent, contact the police department by dialing 911. For safety's sake, never pay or donate cash or valuables to a door to door solicitor, whether they appear legitimate or not.
The Township will issue a Solicitor's Permit to all qualifying organizations and vendors provided certain criteria is met by all applicants.
In any emergency – Dial 9-1-1
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