The Harmony Township Police Department

Emergencies: Dial 9-1-1
Dispatch: 724-251-2101
General Inquiries: 724-266-2321

The Police Department is located at 2501 Woodland Road | Ambridge, PA 15003.

Established in 1952, the Harmony Township Police Department serves to protect the safety and well-being of the community residents, business owners, and visitors. The Police Department provides twenty-four (24) hour patrol coverage. As always, the Harmony Township Police Department encourages an unwavering commitment to vigilance throughout the community to keep it a great place for all to play, learn, work, shop, worship, and live.

Full-Time Police Officers

Chief: Robert Sivewright
Patrolman: Brian Brooks
Patrolman: Juan Villagomez
Patrolman: Michael Scheers
Patrolman: Doug Edgell

Department Documents

Emergency Contacts

Document Type: Business Emergency Contact Information
Purpose: Provides updated contact information for any emergencies after the normal business hours of operation.
Required Form: Harmony Township Emergency Services Information Sheet
Special Instructions: Update the document annually.
Fee: N/A

The Pet Finder Binder

The Harmony Township Police Department aims to return domesticated animals to their homes faster by identifying them using the resource known as the Pet Finder Binder. Often, the Police Department encounters lost pets without collars and identification tags, and they take them to the Humane Society. The Pet Finder Binder would help to eliminate that possibility.

To participate in the Pet Finder Binder, create a profile of the following information:
Pet Image   |   Pet Name |   Breed   |   Color   |   Address   |   Contact Information

To Mail or Hand Deliver the Pet Profile:
Harmony Township Police Department
c/o The Pet Finder Binder
2501 Woodland Road | Ambridge, PA 15003

Beaver County Crime Solvers

The Harmony Township Police Department enlists the Beaver County Crime Solvers when there is a crime committed with no eyewitnesses and/or suspect information. Beaver County Crime Solvers posts the crime in various media outlets in an attempt to help solve crimes. Calls are made to a tip line with the callers remaining completely confidential. Cash rewards are provided to callers providing information leading to an arrest for a crime committed in Beaver County. Funds are raised through donations, which are tax deductible.

Helpful Links

PA Megans Law:
Beaver County Emergency Services:
PA State Police Criminal History Clearance:
Child Abuse History Clearance:


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