Borough of New Brighton, 610 Third Avenue, New Brighton, Pennsylvania 15066 ~ (724) 846-1870
The New Brighton Area Police Department provides residents of the Borough of New Brighton and its visitors with superior service in order to ensure safety and maintain quality of life. With a police-community partnership philosophy, the Department has implemented and expanded programs that promote collaborative efforts in taking a proactive stance and addressing crime reduction and prevention.
The New Brighton Area Police Department provides for a safe community, serving citizens with compassion and respect. The Department is fully invested in leading their profession with integrity; building and retaining a highly trained, well equipped, progressive, motivated and cohesive staff consisting of a staff of both full-time and part-time officers. The Department continues to strive to be recognized and respected as a leading agency in the law enforcement community.
The New Brighton Area Police Department is fortunate to be part of a progressive municipal government that is committed to involving its community in the direction the Borough is going.
The Department also serves the geographic areas of Daugherty Township and Pulaksi Township. The Department operates on a 24 hour a day basis with an administrative desk that is open from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
All emergency and non-emergency calls are taken by the Beaver County Emergency Services Center. For all emergencies dial 911; non-emergency callers can dial (724) 846-2270; and to reach the administrative desk dial (724) 846-2277.
The New Brighton Volunteer Fire Department is an all volunteer fire department consisting of 30 members. The fire department provides fire suppression, water rescue, rapid intervention, vehicle extrication, search and rescue, and hazardous material response to the Borough of New Brighton. The department also provides mutual aid to the neighboring townships of Daugherty, Rochester, and Pulaski, the Borough of Fallston, and the City of Beaver Falls.
The New Brighton Volunteer Fire Department also provides public education seminars, fire safety classes for children, and fire safety inspections when requested.
For more information on the New Brighton Volunteer Fire Department, becoming a volunteer, or to schedule a public education seminar, contact Fire Chief Jeff Bolland at (724) 624-1182.
The Borough of New Brighton has adopted and enacted an emergency operations plan
to provide for the protection of persons and property in the event of a natural or
man-caused emergency or disaster. The plan establishes procedures to alert the public
and provide information and appropriate protective action instructions and for coordination
and use of available municipal resources during an emergency.
Potential hazard identified in the plan include fires and explosions, aircraft crash, mass transportation accident, hazardous / toxic chemical accident, railroad accident, electrical power failure, water system failure / shortage, wind storms, nuclear accident, tornadoes, building collapse, civil disturbances, energy shortages, blizzards, floods, flammable liquid vehicle accident, water contamination, and bomb threats and terrorist threats.
The Emergency Management Coordinator, Larry Morley, may be reached by calling (724) 846-1870.
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