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For more information, visit our webpage about suspicious activity.
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA). Its mission is to serve as a conduit to receive, develop, and refer criminal complaints regarding cyber crime. IC3 has developed direct contacts with industry representatives such as online retailers, financial institutions, Internet service providers, and parcel delivery companies to assist in increasing the flow of information to all parties involved with cyber crime. Complaints can be submitted at the IC3 website by anyone who believes they are a victim of Internet crime, or is aware of an attempted Internet crime. Once a complaint is filed, trained analysts will review and research each complaint, disseminating information to the appropriate federal, state, local, or international law enforcement or regulatory agencies for criminal, civil, or administrative action, as appropriate.
The following types of fraud can be reported to IC3:
The drop-off is anonymous and no questions will be asked and no names taken -- it is completely confidential. The Drug Box will be emptied as often as needed and disposed of in a safe manner. This will help keep dangerous medications out of our landfills, water supply, and out of the hands of unauthorized users.
This service is available Monday through Friday only, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.
There is a $10 per person fee. Individuals must also provide the required fingerprint card and a photo ID.
Questions regarding this service should be directed to the Police Department at 412-486-0400, extension 317.
You must present a picture ID, such as a valid driver's license, military ID, or passport. There is a processing fee of $5 for an incident report and $15 for an accident report.
Copies of the records you requested must be handed directly to the requesting person who must have proper ID. It is a good idea to call first to verify if the report will be released and so that the report will be ready for you when you arrive. Please call the Hampton Police Department at 412-486-0400 with any questions.
You should maintain a detailed description as well as the serial numbers of all appliances, tools, radios, televisions, firearms, and other valuables you own. Whenever possible, inscribe or label your valuables with your driver's license number.
The Township of Hampton Police Department offers programs that provide crime prevention techniques you may implement to help protect you and your home. Police officers can also conduct a security check of your home to make sure it is safe.
For more information about home safety programs or to receive a free home safety brochure, contact the Hampton Police Department between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday located at:3101 McCully RoadAllison Park, PA 15101
Or call 412-486-0400.
District Judge Thomas Swan can be found at: District Court Number 05-3-042060 Saxonburg Blvd.Gibsonia, PA 15044
Or contacted via phone at 724-265-2380.
Next to the Municipal Offices. Tour groups learn about the responsibilities of the station, its personnel, and the assigned equipment through both fun and educational activities. The tour includes computer room, squad room, cell block, Regional Booking Center, police car, weapons room, and other offices. Information is tailored to the group's specific needs and age group.
The department recommends that arrangements should be made at least 3 weeks in advance. To arrange a tour for you or your group, or for additional information, stop by the Hampton Police Department between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, or call 412-486-0400.
Simply give the department your name, address, and vacation dates. Be sure to mention what lights you will leave on in the house, what lights you will have set on timers, and what security devices you have to protect your home. The department will then patrol your home on the dates you have specified. For more information, contact the Hampton Township Police Department located at:3101 McCully RoadAllison Park, PA 15101
Or call 412-486-0400.
You may also send a commendation or compliment via email.
Letters of Commendation from citizens are posted for all department employees to view. The Police Department and its employees appreciate the effort and consideration of concerned citizens who take the time to commend employee performance.
Complaint ProcedureA person wishing to file a formal complaint should contact a supervisor at the Hampton Police Department. The supervisor will give you a Hampton Township Police Department Citizen Complaint Form, or one can be mailed to you. The complainant will be required to return the complaint in person and sign the form in the presence of a department supervisor. You will be notified by the investigating officer as to the progress of your complaint, and you may be required to supply additional information. Once the complaint has been investigated, you will be notified by mail that the investigation has been completed and advised as to the disposition of your complaint. More Information
Should you have a complaint or concern about the amount of noise caused by a construction project in your area, the Hampton Police will respond to the site. Construction projects are not permitted to begin before 7 a.m. and after 10 p.m., Monday through Saturday. If the noise exceeds the maximum allowable noise level for the particular zoning area, the police will issue a citation to the builders. To file a complaint, or for more information, please contact the Hampton Police Department or the Building Inspector at 412-486-0400.
A solicitor's permit is necessary to solicit anywhere in the Township of Hampton, including streets and public buildings as well as private residences. A non-solicitation list will be provided prohibiting solicitation of residences and businesses on that list. Any business or resident can be added to this list upon request of the township. Should a person be soliciting without a valid permit, they are subject to fines and/or arrest. All solicitors are restricted to the hours of 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday. No solicitation is permitted on Sundays. If a violation is deemed to have occurred, a summons may be issued to the violating person and/or business. A police officer does not need to be present at the time the alleged violation occurs; however, a complainant's testimony will be required if the matter is prosecuted in court.
For safety's sake, never pay or donate cash or valuables to a door to door solicitor, whether they appear legitimate or not. If a solicitor does not have a permit or appears fraudulent, contact the Township of Hampton Police Department using 911 to report the complaint.
Hampton Township bills a fine of $50 after 3 false alarms in 1 calendar year. If you believe that you did not have a chargeable false alarm you may notify the Police Department in writing to confirm the number of false alarm responses from your home or business and the dates on which they occurred. You will be notified of this information in writing to confirm our records are correct.
For more information concerning firework regulations in Hampton Township, please contact the Township of Hampton Police Department at 412-486-0400. Should a citizen observe violations of BOCA Code or Hampton Township Ordinance, call 911 for immediate response.
Many years ago Pittsburgh was known around the world as the "Smoky City" due to the extensive emissions from our mills and factories. The pollution was so bad that on some days you couldn't see from one end of the street to another. But, right after Word War II, the City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County passed a number of ordinances to control air pollution, including restrictions on outdoor burning.
At one time open fires in Allegheny County were virtually abolished, but over the years there have been exceptions made to those restrictions at the county and municipal levels.
Unfortunately, there is a great deal of confusion about what is allowed and not allowed when it comes to outdoor fires. To clarify the matter, Township Council has drafted a new ordinance (Number 681) regarding restrictions and regulations on open burning. Visit our open fires / burning webpage for details.
Events or actions may be prohibited if they cause a noise disturbance. These include continuously barking dogs, noisy construction equipment, horns and signaling devices not being used for a danger warning, stereos and televisions, engine repair and testing, or excessive party noise. Violation of this ordinance is a summary offense and can result in fines up to $300.
To receive a copy of the Township of Hampton Noise ordinance #298, or to report a suspected noise violation, contact the Township of Hampton Police Department at 412-486-0400 or 911 for immediate response.
Accidents involving hazardous materials can happen anytime and range from a chemical spill on the highway to groundwater contamination by naturally occurring methane gas to ingesting a household cleaner at home. Hazardous material incidents are accidents which affect a large number of people and, while fairly uncommon, can happen anytime, anywhere. For more information about hazardous material incidents and their likelihood in the Township of Hampton, please call the Township of Hampton Police Department at 412-486-0400. In the event of an emergency, call 911.
Dogs roaming freely are in violation of the Pennsylvania State Dog Law and the Hampton Township Ordinance and are subject to impoundment by the Township of Hampton Police Department. Owners of dogs running freely may receive a summons and/or a fine. To report a dog running loose or for more information about the leash law ordinance, please call the Police Department at 412-486-0400 or for immediate response, call 911.
The Police Department investigates all complaints of barking dogs in the Township of Hampton. To file a complaint or for further information, call 412-486-0400 or 911 for immediate response.
The following action for such cases is suggested:
The Township of Hampton Police Department investigates such complaints; however, if the animal control officers contracted through Hampton Township or the police officer do not witness these violations, they cannot act upon them. As an alternative, citizens can go to the District Magistrate, Thomas Swan, to swear out a complaint and take the offenders to court.
Violation of this ordinance could result in a fine of not less than $75 or more than $300 plus court costs. This is a summary offense and police cannot issue a summons for this violation unless they actually view the offense; however, any citizen who sees this violation can request that the Magistrate issue a summons for the offender. For more information about the pooper scooper law, please call the Hampton Police at 412-486-0400.
The Hampton Township Police Department contracts with Big Daddy Wildlife Removal for these animal control services.
Wildlife or game animal complaints should be referred to the Pennsylvania Game Commission at 724-238-9523.