The City of Latrobe Police Department.
Welcome to the official website of the City of Latrobe Police Department! We are devoted to ensuring the safety of our community by employing professional, highly trained officers who are committed to community policing and proactive law enforcement.
A Journey into History
We can see from history that the beginnings of law enforcement in our community has developed throughout time. In the early 1800s, sheriffs were the sole defenders of communal safety. But it wasn't until 1854, with the official establishment of the Borough, that we had our very own police department.
Meet Our Staff
The City of Latrobe Police Department now has 14 devoted officers. The Chief of Police, a Detective Sergeant, two Patrol Sergeants (one of whom is a K-9 officer), two Detectives (one specialized in juvenile problems), a Community Service Officer, and ten Patrol Officers comprise our team. We are prepared to confront a wide range of issues, from drug-related crime to identity theft, computer crimes, and the annual service demands of our 9,000-person densely populated and professional community.
A Proactive Strategy
We don't only respond to crime at the City of Latrobe Police Department; we actively connect with the community. Our initiatives are data-driven and evolve in response to crime figures and public demands. We provide 24-hour patrol services, and our officers have sophisticated investigation and tactical skills.
Beyond Law Enforcement
Our dedication extends beyond enforcement. We offer educational and preventative initiatives, as well as specialized services and a full spectrum of community police services. We are not simply police; we are your neighbors, here to meet the specific needs of our thriving community.
For the disposal of outdated and unwanted pharmaceuticals, a drug take-back box is situated in the lobby of the Municipal building. The building is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. No liquids, creams, or needles are permitted. Prescriptions can be kept in their original container or sealed in a Ziploc bag to prevent pills from falling out.
We work together with our community to make Latrobe a safer and better place to live.
If you have information or tips on drug activity, contact the Latrobe Police Department at (724) 537-5526 ext. 2003. You may remain anonymous.
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Please Remember to:
- Dial 911 if you have a Police emergency.
- Keep your car windows up and your car doors locked.
- Look out for your neighbors. If you see something suspicious dial 911.
- Be aware of internet and phone scams. If you didn't play in a contest or lottery, you didn't win one.
|Richard M. Bosco||Chief of Police||Ext 2001|
|Beth Straka||Community Service Officer||Ext 2002|
|Robert Derk||Sgt./K-9 Officer||Ext 2103|
|Michael Wigand||Sgt. Detective /
Westmoreland County Drug Task Force Coordinator
|Robert Daerr||Greater Latrobe School District School Resource Officer||Ext 2102|
|Ray Swiderski||Dr. Robert Ketter Charter School
School Resource Officer
901 Jefferson Street
Latrobe, PA 15650