Cranberry Township, PA - Home Page
Township Weather
Go To Search
Police Department

police 468

Police Services


Child Safety Seat Inspections

Frequently Requested Document

facebook logo Like us on Facebook /CRANBERRYTWPPD

Register now for Alerts  from the Public Safety or Public Works Departments, as well as other community e-alerts by visiting Cranberry Connect 

Free FBI Child ID AppThe Child ID mobile app - created by the FBI, provides a convenient method to electronically store photos and vital information about your children so it’s right at hand if you need it.

The FBI's Child ID App

A Message from the Chief

On behalf of the men and women of our department, I welcome you to the official Cranberry Township Police Department website. We appreciate your interest and thank you for visiting. We hope you find the information provided is helpful.

The primary goal of the Cranberry Township Police Department is to continue to make Cranberry Township a safe and secure community for everyone that lives, works, or visits the area.
We have been proudly protecting and serving the citizens of Cranberry Township since the department was established in 1956. From modest beginnings, the department has grown to include 25 full-time police officers. They consist of the Chief of Police, a Patrol Sergeant, an Administrative Sergeant, a Detective Sergeant, four Patrol Corporals and seventeen Patrol Officers. We also have an outstanding clerical staff that will be able to assist you when you call or visit the department.

We hope that the information provided in our website will be helpful. I encourage you to participate in making our community safer. I also encourage everyone to sign up for free community and emergency notifications at Cranberry Connect
where you can get notifications regarding police activities, upcoming community events and messages from our Public Works Department regarding road closures and/or construction projects.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any suggestions on how we can provide better police services, as well as any other questions or concerns.


Kevin Meyer, Chief of Police

724-776-5180 x1416 

What is distracted driving? 
Find out more..

Stop Distracted Driving Campaign- Put It Down