POLICE ZONE 3

Police Zone 3

Group photo of Zone 3 constituents and Officer.

Zone 3 Cares

Connecting the Police and the Community

Numbers to Know

911

Emergency Services
Police, EMS, Fire

211

Emergency Services
Talk with a resource specialist for free

311

Non-Emergency Services
Find information about services, make complaints, or report problems.

988

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
Free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources

 

Zone 3 Monthly Crime Statistics (COMING SOON...)

Reports Arrests Homicide Aggravated Assault Arson Burglary Sex Assault Robbery Theft
                 

 

Zone 3 Yearly Crime Statistics (COMING SOON...)

Reports Arrests Homicide Aggravated Assault Arson Burglary Sex Assault Robbery Theft
                 

 

Community Alerts and Upcoming Events

It’s that time of year again! The Citizen Police Academy and the Student Police Academy are now taking registrations. These programs are a great opportunity to learn the roles, training and responsibilities of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police. To register, click the link below and fill out the Online Application. We hope to see you there!

https://pittsburghpa.gov/publicsafety/cpa-spa

Nothing to report at this time.

 

Get to Know Your Officers

Zone 3 | Commander Jeffery Abraham | 830 E. Warrington Ave. | (412) 488-8326

AM Shift: Lt. S. McGuigan

PM Shift: Lt. M. Rush

South Side Entertainment Patrol

  • Sgt. A. Robinson andrew.robinson@pittsburghpa.gov
  • Officer C. Allard
  • Officer G. Bellis
  • Officer D. DuBrosky
  • Officer D. Halaszynski
  • Officer T. Kennedy
  • Officer C. McCaffrey
  • Officer B. Prunty
  • Officer M. Sekerchak

AM Shift: Lt. S. McGuigan

PM Shift: Lt. M. Rush

AM Shift: Lt. S. McGuigan

PM Shift: Lt. M. Rush

AM Shift: Lt. S. McGuigan

PM Shift: Lt. M. Rush

 

 

Community Resources and Groups

Zone 3 Police Department
The Zone 3 Police Department Homepage


File a Police Report
Police reports can be filed by calling 911 or by visiting the Zone 1 Police Department.


Access Domestic Violence Resources
Resources are available to support victims of abuse.


Apply to become a Police Officer
The City of Pittsburgh is accepting applications for the Police Officer position. Apply today!


Find your neighborhood Block Watch
Search for Block Watch Groups in your area.


Megan’s Law Electronic Notification System
Sign up to receive email for the individuals currently registered with the Pennsylvania State Police as active sexual offenders pursuant to Pennsylvania’s Megan’s Law.

ZONE 3 PUBLIC SAFETY COUNCIL

President – Liz Style

Phone Number – (412) 580-2088

Email - zone3psc1@gmail.com

Meetings – 4th Thursday of the month from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. The November meeting will be held on the third Thursday due to the Thanksgiving holiday. There are no meetings in August or December.

In Person/Virtual/Hybrid – Most meetings are held virtually, contact us for more information.

In Person Meeting Location: TBD

The Zone Three Public Safety Council was formed in the late 1970’s as the Zone 3 Police - Citizen’s Council with the mission “to serve as a vehicle for the exchange of ideas, information and advice so communities may work together for solutions to problems of mutual concern; and to develop more effective and efficient communication community and the Bureau of Police. “

Today, with a new name, we continue serve as a bridge between residents and public safety personnel. Working together keeps us that when we work together, we are Safer Together.

We host open, general meetings monthly. Meetings are both informational and solutions oriented.

• Guest speakers address a topic of interest to Zone 3 residents

• Zone 3 police, elected officials, and department of public safety representatives attend to assist in resolving issues.

• Neighbors share their experiences and news about their communities.

• Residents leave meetings with a sense of the services available as well as what next steps are to be taken to resolve the issue.

We support the development of neighborhood public safety groups and activities (i.e. block watches) believing that each community, neighborhood, block or groups of blocks has the responsibility to identify and help maintain quality of life and public safety concerns.

Each year we select a primary project that will benefit all communities in Zone 3, that can be completed with the year, and that is sustainable over time.


ARLINGTON CIVIC COUNCIL

President – Debra Morgan

Phone Number - (412) 481-6408  

Email – 

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Arlingtonciviccouncil/

Meetings – Occurs every first Monday from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

In Person/Virtual/Hybrid: In person only.

In Person Meeting Location: 2400 Elsie St, Pittsburgh, PA 15210

The Arlington Civic Council is a community organization trying to better the Arlington community and surrounding communities.


CARRICK OVERBROOK BLOCK WATCH

President – Donna McManus

Phone Number - (412) 339-0808

Email – carrickcommunitycouncil@gmail.com

Meetings – Meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM (except November due to Election Day we meet on the 2nd Tuesday).

In Person/Virtual/Hybrid: In person only, no live stream.

In Person Meeting Location: Meet in the Concord Elementary School Auditorium, 2340 Brownsville Rd. Pittsburgh PA 15210 except July and August. When facing the building enter through the double doors on the right side of the building.  Street parking and additional parking is permitted in the St Pius X Byzantine Catholic Church next to the school. July and August we will meet at the Carrick Community Pavilion, 1529 Brownsville Rd. Pittsburgh PA 15210.

The Carrick/Overbrook Block Watch is a program of neighbors looking out for each other to promote and overall sense of safety, belonging and pride in our neighborhood. We work with the Zone 3 Community Resource Office to report current crime statistics in our neighborhood to community members. We enlist the active participation of residents to reduce crime by remaining aware, collaborating with police, and reporting suspicious activity, to improve the quality of life in Carrick.  We are working together to identify and solve problems in our community. Please join us!


HILLTOP ALLIANCE

Executive Director – Bill Schimko 

Phone Number – Aimee Mangham, Outreach Specialist – (412) 586-5807, ext 2.

Email – Aimee Mangham, Outreach Specialist – aimee@pghhilltopalliance.org

Meetings – No public meeting schedule, regularly attend other community events.

In Person/Virtual/Hybrid – N/A. 

In Person Meeting Location: N/A

Hilltop Alliance is a collaborative, community-driven organization that is guided by three pillars: Inclusion, Innovation and Impact. We are structured as a collaborative organization comprised of community-based organizations from the following eleven South Pittsburgh neighborhoods: Allentown, Arlington, Arlington Heights, Beltzhoover, Bon Air, Carrick, Knoxville, Mount Washington, Mount Oliver City, South Side Slopes, and Saint Clair, as well as Mount Oliver Borough. We have 4 key program areas including Neighborhood Business District Programs in Allentown & Mt Oliver Borough/Knoxville,  Property Stabilization Program & Support Services, Home Repair Programs and Vacant Property Recycling & Affordable Housing Development Program. See more information about our resources and support here: https://www.pghhilltopalliance.org/


KNOXWATCH

Contact – Joyce Pagan, Chief of Staff, Office of Councilperson Bob Charland (District 3)

Phone Number - 412-255-2130

Email - joyce.pagan@pittsburghpa.gov

Meetings - 3rd Thursday of the month at 11am. 

In Person/Virtual/Hybrid - Virtual, please e-mail for the invitation. 

In Person Meeting Location: N/A

Knoxwatch is a monthly meeting where Knoxville residents have the opportunity to meet with their City Councilperson, the Mayor, multiple City departments, and other community stakeholders to discuss a variety of issues impacting Knoxville with an emphasis on identifying solutions. Topics of discussion range from public safety concerns to property issues. 


MT OLIVER CITY/ST CLAIR COMMUNITY GROUP

President - Suzanne Rudat

Phone Number - 412-255-8844

Email - mtolivercity.stclair.commgrp@gmail.com

Meetings - 3rd Thursday of each month. Please contact for more information.

In Person/Virtual/Hybrid - In person.

In Person Meeting Location - Ormsby Avenue Cafe


SOUTH PITTSBURGH COALITION FOR PEACE

Executive Director - Reverend Eileen Smith

Phone Number - 412-481-2777

Email - revesmith@spcoalitionforpeace.org

Meetings - Contact us for more information.

In Person/Virtual/Hybrid - Contact us for more information.

In Person Meeting Location - Contact us for more information.

The South Pittsburgh Coalition for Peace (SPCP) was founded in 2005 by the Birmingham Foundation in conjunction with several community grassroots organizations, local service providers and faith-based institutions in response to a shooting death of a Carrick High School student. The SPCP is a conglomerate of volunteers and agencies that are committed to the prevention of violence in the South Pittsburgh communities.


SOUTH SIDE COMMUNITY ACTION NETWORK (SouthSideCAN)

Leader – Don Berman

Phone Number – 201-956-4771

Email – Info@SouthSideCAN.org

 Meetings – 6-9PM on the third Tuesday of the month

In Person/Virtual/Hybrid – In person only. Food is provided. Register at SouthSideCAN.org

In Person Meeting Location: South Side Market House (12th &Bingham)

SouthSideCAN (South Side Community Action Network) is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering community development through an Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) approach. Our goal is to identify what the South Side community cares deeply about and to empower and support the community to create positive change in achieving these aspirations.


SOUTH SIDE COMMUNITY COUNCIL

Contact – Joyce Pagan, Chief of Staff, Office of Councilperson Bob Charland (District 3)

Phone Number - 412-255-2130

Email - info@southsidecommunitycouncil.org

Meetings – 2nd Tuesday of the month at 5:30pm. 

In Person/Virtual/Hybrid - Virtual, please e-mail for the invitation. 

In Person Meeting Location: N/A

Founded in 1939, the South Side Community Council gives a voice to the residents of the South Side Flats neighborhood and strengthens the community by celebrating and embracing its history as well as its arts and cultures. Through collaboration and community partnerships, it will address the challenges facing the South Side while improving the quality of life and economic vitality of the neighborhood. https://southsidecommunitycouncil.org/about-us/


SOUTH SIDE HOSPITALITY PARTNERSHIP

Email - sshp@gmail.com

 

Our Community

Kids and Officer unpacking police unit.
Office with child dressed as policeman.
Officers standing with child with award.
Officer dunking basketball on kids, all having a great time!