The Neshannock Police Department presently provides twenty-four hour coverage that includes certain target shifts where two officers are on duty. The Neshannock Police Department consists of eight full time officers and one part time officer. Lt. John Rand, the Officer In Charge (OIC) oversees the department. Officer Al DeCarbo has an interesting partner, a Police K-9 officer named Avi. The Neshannock Township Police Department is a full service department handling all types of calls and incidents. The Neshannock Police are committed to providing the highest level of police services affordable for the community and will continue to address the needs of the citizens.
- Lt. John Rand: Officer in Charge
- Anthony Nativio: Patrolman
- Matt Seamans: Patrolman
- Al DeCarbo: Patrolman
- Shawn Hill: Patrolman
- Bob Sipe: Patrolman
- Jeremy DeWitt: Patrolman
- Philip Carlo: Patrolman
- David Gramsky: Patrolman
- David Congini: Emergency Management Coordinator
Old, non-used medication collection box is located in the Police Department Lobby.
The Neshannock Township Volunteer Fire Company provides fire protection, emergency medical response, and various technical rescue services to Neshannock Township and surrounding communities in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania. Our fire company is made up entirely of volunteers who protect nearly 10,000 citizens and more than $600 million dollars worth of property in Neshannock Township. In addition to our volunteer staff, the department receives administrative support from Neshannock Township to assist with reporting, maintenance, and fire prevention activities. We are blessed in Neshannock Township to have the dedicated and well trained volunteer company that we have relied on for Fire Protection since 1940. In 2015, the company celebrates their 75th Anniversary of service to our community.