Community Outreach

Bike Rodeo

 

Saturday, May 13, 2017

On Saturday May 13, 2017 the Shaler, Etna, and Millvale Police Departments with Shaler EMS and WalkBikeShaler will host our 10th Annual Bike Rodeo.  Last year's Bike Rodeo had over 70 kids participate, despite on and off rain and cool temperatures throughout the event. Those who braved the elements received a free bicycle helmet and were fitted properly for the helmet. Their bikes were inspected by volunteer bike mechanics and they were instructed on safe riding and "rules of the road" as it related to safe bike riding.  All kids were entered into the free raffle for a new bicycle.  Through participation of many partners we were able to give away 12 new bikes. Everyone was treated to refreshments throughout the day.

Thank you to all the Bike Rodeo Partners.




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Presents From Police

The Shaler Township Police Department, in conjunction with several other area departments, participates in the Presents from Police program that was initiated by Officer Dave Nemec, of the Aspinwall Borough Police Department, in 2010. Every year, the program has grown and officers’ volunteer and transport donated gifts to Children’s Hospital and interact with the children. It is a truly heart warming event for all involved.

For more information, or If you are interested in donating, please visit Presents From Police or contact Lt Sean Frank.

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COPS vs. KIDS


Once a year, several Shaler Township officers, along with officers from Etna, Millvale, and Indiana Twp, come together in Etna for the annual Cops vs Kids basketball game.  Area children get to test their skill against their hometown officers.

​Prescription Drug Take Back Box

The Shaler Township Police Department now has a Prescription Drug Take Back Box available in the lobby of the Police Department.   Residents may now drop off prescription drugs or over-the-counter medications.

Regular Collection is 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Arrangements may be made for after-hours by calling 412-492-2222.

The following stipulations apply for the use of the box.

  • Medications, whether prescription or over-the-counter, from households are accepted.
  • Medications may be disposed of in the original container or in a sealed plastic bag.
  • Liquids must remain in the original container.
  • No needles, syringes or lancets shall be placed in the drop box.

The box was provided thanks to the PA Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP). 




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