Butler Township Police Department
The Butler Township Police Department is managed by Chief John Hays and consists of a lieutenant, four patrol sergeants, three detectives, twelve full time patrol officers, two part time dog law enforcement officers, and two full time clerical support staff.
The police officers are continuously participating in advanced training and the police vehicles contain the latest equipment to aid in law enforcement, such as video recording devices and mobile data terminals.
HERE AT BUTLER TOWNSHIP POLICE, WE BELIEVE THAT “WORKING WITH YOU, WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!”
The Police Department is located on the WhitestownRoad side of the Municipal Building, 290 South Duffy Road.
The police department administration office is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM. The contact information for the office is (724) 285-9600, Fax (724) 285-9443, and Email email@example.com.
Outside of those hours a call box is located to the right of the public entrance. This dials directly to 911, where an officer is notified that you need assistance.
To obtain any police assistance and services (EMERGENCY AND NON-EMERGENCY) at any time, dial 911. It is not just for emergencies anymore; it is the only way to obtain the police for all types of incidents, big and small, 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
In 2019, Butler Township Police were dispatched by the Butler County Emergency Management Center (911) to over 6,900 incidents. Butler Township Police are an active member of the Butler County Drug Task Force, participating in various community policing activities, including the Officer Phil Elementary School program.
Butler Township Police Department is now on Facebook – @ButlerTwpPD
The Butler Township Police Department has recently started a Facebook page that can be reached at
https://www.facebook.com/ButlerTwpPD. In the short time the page has been in operation the response has been significant, with much information received on various posts.
The Butler Township Police want the public to be aware the page is not monitored 24/7 and is not a substitute for calling 9-1-1. All emergency and calls for service MUST go through 9-1-1.
Unused or Expired Prescription Drugs
Unused and expired prescription drugs can be disposed of by dropping them off in the lobby of the Butler Township Police Department at 290 South Duffy Road between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm.